The breakfast zone
Turn a drawer (the deeper, the better) into a one-stop breakfast shop with everything the kids need to start their day right. Divide it up into little compartments for bowls, spoons, cereal, bread, and more with the help of baskets and boxes.
The lunch zone
If you’re working with a smaller space, why not try using a trolley? The shelf on top is for the stuff they both like. Then, they each get a shelf of their own for storing their personal lunchtime essentials. Make up lunches the night before and kids can grab them on the way out in the morning.
The snack zone
When tired and hungry kids come home from school, it’s best to have as clear a path to the after-school snacks as possible. That can be as simple as a few baskets hung from a rail. One for fruits, one for juice boxes and one with a mixed selection of favourite treats. Basically, all their favorite stuff in a row.