Published at Wednesday, February 27th, 2019 - 06:13:51 AM. Kids Desk. By Anna Cardoso.
Decorating with kids in mind is no easy task. As an adult, you have to focus on functionality, durability, cost and other things that kids find boring and at the same time to try to see things from a kid’s perspective as well and to remember that the furniture you put in their room also has to be fun and to look interesting and cute. A kids’ desk, for example, is not just a regular that’s slightly smaller. A lot of thought goes in its design and you have to know how to find the perfect one for your kid. Finding the right desk is all about making the right decisions. First of all, size matters. You might be tempted to just get a regular desk designed for adults but that would be a mistake for several reasons. A child’s desk needs to be small in order to be comfortable. This helps improve concentration and it also makes the child feel special. Also, regular desks are boring and no kid wants that. You might think that kids grow fast and there’s no point to get them a small desk. If you want to plan ahead you can solve this with a height-adjustable desk or with an extendable design.
We also found another really fun chalkboard-related project which the kids might enjoy. The end result of this project featured on hungryhappenings is not an actual chalkboard but an edible one which the kids can offer to their teachers. It’s a really cute and creative idea. Kids love exploring their creativity and it’s nice to give them their own desk early on so they can have fun and develop their skills. Wall-mounted desks that fold down are a very good option for small spaces in particular but also because kids need this sort of flexibility in their rooms. Below you’ll find a bunch of examples and ideas for such desks, most of which you could build yourself at home.
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