All kids like trees, no question about it. Having one in their room would surely be an awesome aesthetic addition. Incorporating the storage feature at the same time and turning it into a bookshelf is even greater while positioning it in the corner of the room is an icing on the cake that maximizes the use of storage potential without taking anything from the playing space of the room. Use the opportunity to draw branches and leaves with your kids or even build them as an additional shelving space.
Collecting different items plays an important role in the lives of the majority of children. If they are enthusiastic about the process and value the items they have, the collection should by all means be adequately displayed. Barbie dolls, action figures, superheroes or collections of bobble heads should have a special place in your kid’s room for everyone to be able to appreciate the effort put into collecting them.
Why not merge shelf design and learning? Use geometric shelves in triangular, hexagonal or any other shape and different manners of combining them to enhance the dynamics of the kids’ room design and at the same time teach the kids something about geometry and proportions. Depending on what will be stored they could be combined in small and large sizes alike, covering anything from your kid’s favorite toy to their Kinder eggs or Lego constructions.
Discovering the world of music and film is an important part of growing up. Kids go through different stages when both of these arts are concerned and their taste may often change. However, the majority of people have a tendency to return to their old music and movie favorites from time to time and saving them proves to be important when this happens. Given the fact that both CDs and DVDs come in standard sizes, building a shelf for them with your kids is a great way to spend quality time together and try out different creative ideas.
Using a shelf for everything that needs to be stored in your kids’ room will quickly make it look like a display area and completely ruin the atmosphere children’s rooms should have. To avoid this, incorporate different storage solutions for items that should not be shelved. For example, drawers are a great place to store smaller items, such as drawing aids, erasers and pencils. The same goes for checkerboard games. When balls, marbles or small toys are concerned, storage boxes are the best solution.