Organization of space

Coming Soon to School: 6 Important Child Preparation Points and Designer Tips

A little more than a couple left before the first callweeks - it's time to prepare the nursery for school. Read about where to start, where to move and what to pay special attention to in our today's material It does not matter whether your child is going to first grade or to the last one, a light redesign of the room will help to visually reflect the new stage of growing up and inspire the child for future achievements. ... 1. More serious Isn't it time to re-paste the wallpaper? Cute clowns and doggies do not set you up for an educational mood in any way. Choose something a little more stylish and understated, such as the Cole & Son Woods graphic wallpaper. To them you can find an "adult" carpet of neutral shades and a new lamp (and here it is less serious). If the area of ​​the room allows, hang a swing (after all, the student should have fun too) or install a wall bar. 2.Trick Does your child hate learning, hates reading, and rarely does homework? There is one unusual way to stimulate him. All kids love secluded corners. Buy your child, even if you have one, a bunk bed. At the level of the second tier on the wall, you can place several shelves for books, throw pillows, hang a cozy sconce. Just make sure that the written work is still done at the desk. Bunk bed Leo bunk bed. Price - 19,990 rubles. Mito Melitonyan, architect: “The first thing you should pay attention to in the learning process is correctly selected, ergonomic furniture. The student should be comfortable, because he spends a lot of time at his desk. I recommend using furniture that can be adjusted in height, such as a desk and chair, until a certain age, while the child is growing rapidly. You should not use very upholstered furniture and armchairs in which the back reclines sufficiently strongly: this relaxes the child and distracts from the learning process. The chair, in my opinion, should be quite rigid, with a telescopic function. I also recommend using fabric upholstery or covers. Firstly, they can always be replaced with new ones, and secondly, the tactile fabrics, in my opinion, are more pleasant than any leather materials or their artificial counterparts. The table must be large, that's for sure. I advise you to distinguish between the desktop and the gaming computer area (if possible), for which, ideally, there should be a separate table. Proper lighting is very important. I always recommend cold light with dimming, which can be adjusted to the particular perception of each individual. " 3. Make a chalk wall There are now special formulations that allow you to endow almost any flat surface with magnetic properties. In particular, choosing a magnetic primer and applying blackboard paint to it creates a great work surface that can be used with equal success for both study and entertainment. Magnetic primer Magnetico magnetic primer.Price - RUB 550 Blackboard paint Tikkurila blackboard paint. Price - RUB 955 4. Instill a sense of responsibility Name décor can be a great excuse to remind your child that they are living in a room that needs cleaning from time to time. And since this is his room (his name is on the wall), then it's time for him to do the cleaning himself. Mito Melitonyan, architect:“The arrangement of furniture in the room is very important. It is believed that the light on the table should fall from the left if the student is right-handed, and vice versa. But do not forget that modern children quite often use a computer for learning. In this case, you should position the monitor so that it is not exposed to direct sunlight. To do this, you need to find out when the sun comes into the room, and put the table in the opposite corner. It is equally important to separate the work area and the rest area. I do not recommend placing the table next to the bed, because this creates the feeling that you are studying or working even when you sleep, and for children it is difficult (as, indeed, for many adults). Ideally, you shouldn't study in the bedroom at all, however, living space often does not allow you to separate these functions. Placing a TV in the child's room is also discouraged: it must be in the living room. " 5. Expand Your Sleep Boundaries Maybe it's time to buy a new bed? A large bed for a matured schoolchild is both a nice gift and another step on the way to growing up. You can put a bedside table next to the bed, and an alarm clock on it. Or are you not yet ready to shift the “joy” of waking up your beloved child onto a soulless mechanism? 6.Private area Your girl has grown up and there is no room for the dressing room? Then buy her a screen, a light bamboo chair and a large mirror. Unconditional - just a gift for a teenage girl. Well, the boy can be presented with good sneakers, let him set records. Mito Melitonyan, architect:“In addition to the rules, there are also individual characteristics of a person, which must also be taken into account. Let the child shape his space himself as he sees fit to do it. After all, his sense of comfort is different from yours, and the habits that you instill in him cannot always be called a reflection of his personal inner state. Perhaps mistakes will be made, but this will allow him to draw independent conclusions about how to organize the space, because they do not teach this at school, and the periodic rearrangement of furniture in the room will make the room dynamic. Static interiors at some point begin to be very annoying internally. By the way, when you move furniture around to create a new sense of place, you relieve stress. And remember, children want to be treated like adults. Therefore, before buying a child bright (for example, orange) furniture and putting a green carpet on the floor, look at various design sites with him: maybe it is there that he will find for himself something that will fully reflect his character. Trust your kids and don't be afraid to experiment. But this is already from the field of psychology. " petagazine.com, weheartit.com, wohnideenn.de, floridaysmom.com, boholmain.com, thehouseagent.net

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