We all tend to adapt to the trends and styles that surround us and, while adults sometimes get melancholic and choose a vintage or rustic décor for their spaces, kids will always be drawn by what’s modern. As parents, it’s your job to find the best way of using that style.
Small backyard playground.
Kids love to play outside but they don’t necessarily need a lot of space. It just has to be fun. In a small backyard, you can fit a small slide, a sandbox and a tiny table with chairs where they can have a snack or play with their toys.
Make the backyard a shared space for both kids and adults. A table with benches and an umbrella to protect you from the sun can be used by everyone. Just make sure it has the proper size so kids can sit comfortably. You should also include something strictly for them so they feel drawn to the space, something like a seesaw or a sandbox.
Kids love to climb so if you want to make the most of their room, get them a loft bed. The floor space can be used for something else, like a cozy seating area, a play area or a desk where they can do their homework.
Themed designs are always fun for kids. Ask for their opinion and together come up with an idea. Maybe they’d like to have a pirate ship in their room and surely you can find a way to make it fun and functional at the same time. The rest of the room should also match the theme.
Maximize the space.
Take full advantage of every inch of space and don’t waste anything. Just look how great this design is: a multifunctional unit with a loft bed, a set of stairs on the side, built-in storage cubbies into the stairs, a desk with wall-mounted storage and a bunch of shelves for toys, books, etc.