With the new school year starting, you maybe thinking it’s time you tried to squeeze a desk, or a study area, into your child’s bedroom.
This teenager’s bedroom has been rather cleverly designed to grow with your child, suiting both a ‘new’ teenager’ at 13 and with a few tweaks, a young adult at 16.
A dedicated study area is a must. Here, the desk unit provides a useful mix of closed and open storage. There’s plenty of room in those large drawers for make-up, as well as the odd text book and pen.
There’s also plenty of storage space on the mounted shelving unit with colourful storage boxes above the sofa/spare bed/chill-out zone, providing an easy way to clear away the clutter.
Although there’s lots of bright pink in the room, it’s mainly been used in the accessories and soft furnishings; things that can easily and cheaply be replaced in a more grown up, or subtle shade, one day.