Childrens Storage Solutions And Ideas
A child’s bedroom is where your child will spend most of his or her time and is probable the most personal rooms in your house where your child can spend a lot of their day playing, doing homework or watching television.
Your child’s room needs to make your child feel relaxed and comfortable, decorated with their favourite TV characters, Football heroes or a little princess. One thing you need to consider is what your child’s bedroom furniture will be made of. Of course it depends on your budget, and what you can afford but for hard wearing children’s furniture is does not get much better than OAK. Not only is it long lasting and hard wearing, it is perfect to finish off your child’s bedroom in style.
Choosing children’s bedroom furniture can be quite difficult to choose as you want to be able to cover all the bases. So you want to be able to provide enough storage for all your child’s toys, clothes etc.
Choosing a good sized wardrobe can be the hardest bit of children’s furniture to get right. A single wardrobe will usually provide enough storage space when your child is young, but as you child gets older and will inevitably have more toys and clothes, so a double wardrobe is best as your child gets older.
Other great ways to help save valuable storage space are storage chests and toy boxes. Some storage boxes have also have some great features. Not only do they look great but they also generate some valuable storage space, but some can also be used as somewhere to sit, as they come will back supports and arm rests.
Another quick children’s bedroom storage tips is that when your child takes the step from a cot bed to a single bed, some are available with storage draws underneath these beds are called “DIVAN” these beds don’t cost the earth and are a great way to gain some extra storage.
Our last storage solution for children’s bedroom is a bookshelf. You must consider how high the book shelf is going to be when it is built. Some book shelves can be quite tall, and we would not recommend a tall book shelf unit for a young child as items are prone to fall off. If you do consider one of the taller book shelf units, make sure you can fix the shelving unit to a wall using an L plate. This will allow the book shelf to remain secure if it is knocked. The low level book shelves are perfect for young children to be able to store not only books, but toys, games, art products such as pens and pencil pots. They are ideal because they allow your child to easy to reach each item of the shelves without stretching. Most bookshelves can be adjusted with removable shelf supports.