Big ideas for the little ones
Designing a modular wardrobe for your bedroom sounds like the perfect choice for reorganising everything you want to store. But have you thought about what it would look like if your children demanded a wardrobe?
We know it is hard to imagine a squeaky clean bedroom when you have children running around. But a simple (and colourful) kids wardrobe design is not unimaginable if we tell you how it can transform the look of a boring kids bedroom!
Here are a few popular kids’ wardrobe designs that we absolutely love. By the time you look at these, we bet you’d consider getting a wardrobe designed for your little one.
- Bright yet neutral for the minimalists
Children love bright colours but opt for a safe shade that still stands a chance for being a ‘favourite’ when they grow older. Have a mix of open and close storage spaces, in different colours. These can be used to hoard books and toys.
- Pastels for the princess or princes!
Generally, kids love gentle pastel shades that include pinks and purples. Adding a dash of white to the wardrobe design would make the small wardrobe design look cute and elegant.
- A pop of colour
These wardrobe designs are a popular choice among older children and teenagers, where wardrobes run along two walls of the room, with ample storage space. The wardrobe laminates can hoard posters and photos of anything they like!
- Character & cartoon themed wardrobes
Be it a sailor or superman- this kids wardrobe design is suited for children who imagine creativity. The chest of drawers and wardrobes can be customised to their liking of cartoons with additional fittings like ropes that hang from the ceiling. An additional way to get creative is to place wardrobe handle designs that are quirky and fun. A simple star-shaped or animal-shaped wardrobe handle will make it look cuter!
What kind of kids’ wardrobe designs are popular?
- Tall wardrobes
These wardrobes are traditionally styled with additional hanging space for clothes, bags or other accessories, have extra shelves and integrated drawers.
- Low wardrobes
Low wardrobes are popular choices for young children, especially when the caregivers are proponents of the Montessori approach. This type of modular wardrobe design helps children to access their clothes and accessories in accordance with their height. Some drawers can be fitted underneath their sleeping beds.
- Multi-level wardrobes
These modular design kids wardrobes are a great way to instil a sense of responsibility in children. Having multiple levels in a wardrobe enables them to pick their belongings without assistance. Arranging different wardrobe accessories in a spread out wardrobe makes it easier for their little hands!
- Built-in kids wardrobes
These wardrobe designs can have single, double or multi shutters depending on the width of the space. Built-in wardrobes are ideal for smaller spaces and can be customised creatively.
- Multifunctional wardrobes
All that these wardrobe designs need is a tall wall (to which it can be fixed) and can accommodate a child’s storage and lifestyle needs. For example, a bookshelf can be combined with the wardrobe, along with a study desk. How cool is that?
- Walk-in wardrobes for kids
If your child’s room has extra space, indulge in designing a walk-in wardrobe that showcases their belongings in an organised manner. As a plus point, these wardrobe designs save you time in reorganising everything that they’ve pulled out!
- Corner wardrobes
These are stylish wardrobe designs that maximise the space in a kids bedroom. Corner wardrobes are best for children who share the same bedroom. As much as these wardrobe designs offer shelving solutions, it lengthens the size of wardrobes too.
Since kids are always on the move, consider giving finishes that are easy to maintain, especially when there are junior ‘Picassos’, painting all over the house! Getting a water-resistant finish would be ideal for kids’ wardrobes. When it comes to children’s wardrobes or accessory furniture, ensure safety by avoiding sharp corners and edges. With respect to the colours and themes that they like, remember that children always change their minds – so be smart about getting a neutral finish on wardrobes. You can always get stickers for decking up wardrobes.
With so many options to choose from, we know you’ll be confused. So let us help you in designing a cute and elegant wardrobe for your little one! With a showroom in Ernakulam (Kochi) and Thrissur and servicing Kollam, Pathanamthitta, Kottayam, Alappuzha, Idukki, Palakkad, Malappuram, Kozhikode (Calicut), Wayanad, Coimbatore and Kannur areas, reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org for designing a unique wardrobe design.