Let’s talk about storage in children’s rooms today — a nightmare for every parent.
Yes, we know how many things kids have, starting from clothes (which need constant updates as kids grow so fast!), toys, books, games, craft supplies, lego… the never-ending list of things kids own and play with daily.
But the question is, how to store it all efficiently but also with style?
Of course, there is no smart storage solution without first teaching children to clean and organize their things. I know how difficult it is! My eight years old son loves all his things spread all over the house. On the coffee table in front of the tv, on the eating table too, on the floor and even in the toilet! And if I ask him to clean, he honestly doesn’t know what the problem is.
Today I want to show you that our H wardrobe is not only for putting children garments. It can also be a compact solution for a child’s wardrobe + toys and books. The H dresser, on the other hand, firstly used in the nursery room can be so easily adapted in a toddler’s room and grow into a teenager room.
On the pictures, we’ve captured our eight years son playing. We want to show you how easy it is to reach all the shelves in the H wardrobe and H dresser. Both furniture is only 160cm high. It’s a nice size for a child, friendly and playful to use. We’ve noticed that the sliding doors are so much fun for kids too! It’s a Rafa-kids version of playing hide and seek. Let’s introduce it to the kids, let them discover the fun of using it, so maybe they would finally enjoy cleaning their rooms.
I personally never liked large wardrobes in kids’ rooms, as they look massive and very adult-like. Lower storage is just much more in scale for little people and makes the room much cozier. If you don’t have high ceiling in your home or have a children room in the attic, our wardrobe could be a perfect fit too.
We love the idea of putting the H dresser and H wardrobe together, which cover all the storage, a toddler’s room needs.
It will transform the room into a modern and fresh space – Believe us!