Kids’ storage solutions are usually challenging as they need to be functional, aesthetic and easy for kids to reach and use. Its outlay should be planned in a way that they can use it even after they’ve grown older.
Canterbury Robes have dealt with all sorts of clients, and our professionals absolutely love kids’ storages.
Built-Ins for Kids Bedroom
Bedroom built-ins make more efficient use of the space. The built-in cabinets’ enormous depths help prevent the space from being taken over by the custom cabinetry.
Organise the area under the bed
There’s no better place to stack shoes, toys, and other small items than under the bed. You can have designated compartments for specifics like stuffed toys and shoes, along with pull-out drawers for storing extra bed sheets or winter wear.
Mounted wardrobe solutions
One might think that children’s rooms are generally small and lack built-in storage spaces. But, Canterbury Robes specialises in custom built-in storage solutions that allow us to create functional wardrobes even in awkward spaces, like under the bunk-bed ladder, and so on.
Who said shelves can be installed only on walls? These storages allow your kids to keep their books on the shelves after reading. Extras like bed sheets can be stocked in the drawers at the base of the bed.
An easy storage idea is a wall-mounted shelf that can store books, toys, and other lightweight stuff that needs to be kept within arm’s reach.
A storage trunk is an excellent addition to your children’s room as they can just toss in their toys without having to organise them. They can dig in for the toy they need and cram it again when they’re done.
Colourful and cute baskets add aesthetics to their already pretty bedrooms and make them functional and easy. You can label each basket to make it easy for your kids to identify which one has toys, books, or even stationary!
Based on the space and requirements, a customised wardrobe would be functional even after the child grows up. You can add numerous drawers, cubbies, and cabinets for a kid with a lot of stuff but minimal storage space. One can also add open shelves to store daily school material, puzzles, stuffed toys, etc. The pull-out drawers at the bottom can easily accommodate their clothes and shoes.