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Bedroom organisation, done kid style

01 August 2015

Have a peek into your kids room (if you dare!). Chances are there’s a few things out, maybe even a lot of things, as part of a big project. That’s exactly what this room from the 2015 catalogue was inspired by. It’s set up for kids to build, craft and create. And to be able to put everything away (or on display!) when they’re done, too.

Show and tell

This storage wall is made for kids who like to make things. There’s plenty of possibilities for storing supplies (both big and small) in a way that’s easy to find and grab. The bottom section doubles as a workbench where kids can work on their creations. And the tops of the cabinets provide the perfect spot for showing off all the finished projects.

Naturally pinnable

Having a desk in this creative space is a given, but we like the idea of adding a cork wall that’s perfect for collecting all kinds of inspiration. And that space under the desk is the perfect spot for working on those top secret projects. Just attach a fabric curtain to the underside of the desk to block out prying eyes. This whole set up could be used for homework and schedules when school kicks off a bit more, too.

A red and a green lamp on a white wall

Red light / green light

Of course sometimes there can be no interruptions. So we thought this could be a fun addition. Just cut out green and red paper and put them inside a frame lit up with LED lights to make a stop and go signal.