ORGANIZATION OF ROOMS FOR ADOLESCENTS

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LEARN HOW TO ORGANIZE AND DESIGN THE ROOM FOR A TEEN FROM SCRATCH!

The move from childhood to adolescence is undoubtedly the first major change in life not only physically but emotionally. Transforming your children's room into a youthful bedroom will complement that open window of endless possibilities by which you begin to peek.

 

MULTIFUNCTIONAL SPACES

Think your child will like to invite his friends to sleep.

Opt for trundle, extra or divan beds. They are perfect for teenage rooms.

They're camouflaged and take up no space.

 

CUSHIONS

Don't skimp on some good pillows.

Teenagers spend more hours than we would like to lie on the bed and turn it into a sofa where they read, play and even study at night.

Choose pillows and cushions with the highest density of fibers in the filling.

They have greater softness and it will be harder for impurities to enter them.

 

MIRRORS

They love to change costumes 5 times, 4 times of hairstyle and at least 2 other shoes.

And all this without the look tests of her inseparable friend.

A large mirror will meet this need. In addition to being a very decorative element, it will double the space and light.

 

CHEST OF DRAWERS SUCH AS BED AND TABLE TABLES

Every drawer will be little to accommodate the amount of trinkets, notes and special memories safe from prying eyes from the rest of the family.

If you have at home the new Agatha Ruiz de la Prada or Bruno Rainaldi himself, do not hesitate to let them express their personality by acquiring customizable furniture.

 

HANGERS

The fact that we want them to be children again will not change the reality that they get older, and just as clothes have become small, children's and baby hangers are no longer useful.

Buy thin, non-sliphangers of a size according to your size. Hang on them T-shirts, shirts, dresses and sweaters that are not very heavy.

On wooden hangers that occupy more volume you can hang the jackets and coats.

The skirts are hung on hangers with tweezers and for the pants there are different options that will depend on the design and spaciousness of the wardrobe. They may be properly folded or hung on hangers or trousers.

 

 

 

COAT HANGERS

Very useful and a double-edged weapon in the most disorganized.

They are ideal for preparing the next day's clothes and leaving your backpack, purse and coat hanging back home.

The problem arises if it is used as a supplemental wardrobe and accumulates clothes and more clothes until the clothes rack ends up falling out of so much weight that it endures.

I therefore recommend that you be clear about its function before purchasing it.

 

DESKTOP

The time we did our homework in the kitchen as our mothers prepared our snack or dinner was over.

I still remember my ColaCao with Maria cookies!

Now children from the age of 8 already have homework and like to have their own space to organize (and to play with mobile, tablet, computer ... )

If you have a choice, place it away from possible distractions.

It is a good option that they have a drawer and an organizer of integrated cables and shelves so that they have everything at hand. This will prevent them from getting up every two by three to look for the stapler, the scissors, the posit ...

To complement the study space, buy an ergonomic and adjustable chair that grows with them for years to come.

♣ EXPERT'S ADVICE

When placing a flexo to light up your studio nights, be sure to place it in front of the hand you use to write so you don't shade it

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LIGHTING

It is one of the most important aspects and yet of the most forgotten.

Our children not only sleep in the room, but play, study and sometimes even deserve.

It is essential to have good natural lighting with elements such as curtains and blinds that regulate light, avoiding glare and excess temperature.

Did you know that natural light causes endorphins, so-called "happiness molecules"?

In terms of artificial lighting, different types of lighting must be available to use both alone and combined according to the activity or time of day.

In this way we have:

GENERAL LIGHTING: ceiling lamps that distribute light evenly.

SPECIFIC AREA LIGHTING: adjustable and addressable intensity reading lamps.

LOCAL LIGHTING: appliques that highlight decorative objects or furniture.

ENVIRONMENTAL LIGHTING: decorative lamps that offer a dim light and play with color and shadows.

 

PHOTOWALLS

Wall photo decoration is an excellent choice for bringing a teenager's room to life.

You can decorate an entire wall, a door, a wardrobe or the desk table. You just need imagination and a little skill with the paper.

Keep in mind that to make it look good, the surface has to be smooth.

Photowalls are not suitable for stumped walls or with gotelé. There are all kinds of them, from vintage to psychedelic flowers or dark comic book characters.

Use the help of a professional if you want a perfect finish.

 

 

CARPETS

Are they your children of those who are always barefoot?

Unless you are allergic to mites, a good carpet will make your room truly comfortable while protecting your feet.

With carpets you can also delimit spaces and give warmth.

The latest trends bet on the combination of different textures in one piece.

Take measurements and go out with your child on the hunt for the best carpet on the market. However, easy to clean!

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1. Bet on colors that convey tranquility and give it the color note in decorative accessories such as a carpet, lamp or desk chair.

2. Even if the room is small, try to create different areas that are perfectly defined: rest area, study area, vanity area and play.

3. Don't forget to place a tablet of notes large enough to house your photos, class schedules and memories.

4. Use separators such as curtains or sliding doors between sibling desks that share a room. Thus everyone will have their own space and intimacy.

 

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