If you want to teach your kids how to be well-organized, how to keep themselves and their space neat and tidy, you need to help them on that road. Their rooms are filled with toys, scattered clothes on the floor, piles of books, and board games. Each of these things should have storage space of its own. Clothes belong in a closet, board games and balls should go in the storage boxes, but toys and books should be exhibited on the shelves. Here are some shelf designs that will free up space in your kid’s room and add to the overall look of the room.
Zig Zag Bookshelves
Every kid’s room needs a bookshelf. One way to not make it mundane and ordinary is to install the zig-zag bookshelf. It takes the shape of a letter W, and it does pretty much the same job like any other bookshelf. Except for the part that it will look cool on the wall. If your kid likes the look of it, feel free to go the extra mile and make some more alphabet letters inspired bookshelves. They can even be arranged, so they spell your kid’s name on the wall.
Themed Display Shelves
Young kids love and cherish their toys, even more so if the toys are collectibles. No matter if they are collecting Lord of the Rings figurines, or Star Wars characters, this could be an excellent opportunity to build a themed display case for their collection. It adds a personal touch to the themed design, and they will be able to show off their favorite bobblehead or batman toy in a cool and impressive way. Add a frame on display. That way you can paint on it, put some graphics, logos, pictures from cartoons, comics or films that the characters are from. What will make those toys show is some small led lights along the edges of the display?
Puzzles are a good mind game and can be fun. Also, it might be fun to put up some puzzle shelves in your kid’s room. These are made as one shelf, and if you make a couple of them, you can build one onto another. This will allow you to combine colors and make an awesome shelf for your kid to store their books, toys, and puzzles.
You can even frame some puzzles that your kids have finished and put it on the display of that shelf. Perhaps paint the wall behind it with a puzzle pattern to add to the theme. These shelves can be assembled quickly; your kids can design their room by combining the pieces of the shelf the way they want it.
This type of shelves can be used for pretty much everything, including books and toys. This impressive tree design look is a cool solution to all those stacks of books that are lying around on your kid’s desk. After all, books don’t have to be aligned perfectly to look cool. Bring the outdoors into their room; you can paint the shelf to give it a natural look. As your kids grow and collect more books, you can add more branches to the tree shelf and expand it quickly. You can even start with the root of the tree growing from the floor and then expand its branches.
It doesn’t have to be complicated to look cool. Use these awesome ideas for bookshelves designs to freshen up your kid’s room and free up some much-needed space.