As your child grows, their desire to express themselves also grows. Help teens with lots of open and closed storage organizers in their room so they can organize, and display, their hobbies and personal style to the fullest.
For storing socks and other items
The inside is important. The spacious drawer has room for lots of clothes, but it’s best to use the inside of the organizers to keep things neat and tidy like boxes with compartments.
White bed with storage also one open drawer filled with clothes folded in a box with compartments.
For tablets and phones
The headboard sleeping bag allows older kids to keep their technical gadgets nearby, whether they’re lounging in bed or lying on the floor right next to it.
Back of headboard with black STICKAT (From IKEA) bed pocket storage for hanging and storing books and more.
For a smoother styling routine
Make awesome dressing corners with the help of mirrors and peg boards. Together, they give your teenager a phone holder, accessory storage, and space to hang their clothes the next day.
A white pegboard with accessories is mounted on the wall beside the mirror that holds the cell phone.
To free up floor space
Closed wall storage is perfect for room use, and everything gets a special place with the help of organizers and boxes. Use the top of the cabinet as an easy-to-grip surface for important purposes like headphones.
White and light blue wall cabinets with one open door are attached to the children’s bedroom wall.
To make a cool corner
Give your teen a corner of their own living room! A few cushions on a storage bench, a reading lamp, a laptop support pillow and a Bluetooth speaker are sure to make this place one of their favorites.
Two white toy storage bins with wheels stand on the wall. There are cushions on it to make an inviting chair.