Street of Dreams Arizona
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Work stationNow is the time to choose quality furniture pieces that will last. The desk, either freestanding or built-in, needs to be functional and big enough to cope with a growing teen and mounting homework. A sleek contemporary style in neutral tones is a good option as it won’t date quickly. However, more importantly, you need a size that fits the space and is deep enough for your child to work comfortably alongside books, folders or a laptop. They don’t need everything on the desk at once; in fact, providing effective storage to keep the desk as clear as possible is ideal for encouraging a clear and organised work area. Under-bench drawers are a good use of space and if deep enough, can double as a filing cabinet. Plenty of open shelving is essential – not only for their many favourite books, ornaments and photo frames, but also bold coloured containers, a great-looking storage solution for all manner of pens, pencils and tween-age knick-knacks. Larger shelves then offer space for school books, bags and folders, as well as easily accessible matching baskets, perfect for organising bigger items such as games, craft, hats, shoes or clothing accessories.
What Houzzers are commenting on:
Mesa y estantería con papel pintado
Loft. I love the chalk board feature
Nook space can be a desk with shelving Use chalkboard paint on wall to draw