Kids bedroomShabby-Chic Style Kids, London
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Remember the kidsRather than trying to shoehorn a conventional wardrobe into an alcove in your child’s room or investing in a built-in one, install a series of hooks instead (there are so many designs available). This works particularly well in a child’s bedroom as the clothes are obviously smaller (and no doubt cuter too), plus fledgling fashionistas will be able to pick the day’s outfit without even having to prise open a wardrobe door.No-nonsense guide to organising the kids
Thanks to their petite size, hooks can be an efficient storage solution. Their small volume means they can go on a wall that couldn’t otherwise accommodate a piece of furniture. An awkward space in a bedroom or an unused portion of a wardrobe wall can be an excellent place to put hooks. Try hanging fabric storage bags or sacks on each hook for storing gloves or smaller toys.You may want to find hooks that work with a theme in your kids’ bedroom. Today’s hooks come in a variety of designs, including safari animals, trains and stars. Designate an animal or a colour of star for each child. Alternatively, hooks customised with a name are a great way to carve out a defined space for each child.