Siblings Transform A House Into A Home Full Of Life

 

~ Sibling Collection consisting of Kids’ room with accessories tells you how~

With the advent of children comes the time of the greatest joy, love and spontaneity. At the same time, our entire reality to date is changing beyond recognition. A multi-generational community, frequent meetings with the family and being together in one space. How to keep balance among so many people and worlds at once?

 At this most developmental moment of the family's life, we experience a strongly dynamically changing everyday life. "House with children" has its own rules and requires wise, responsible organization and management.

If we are professionally active, we spend a large part of the day outside the home. Coming back to it, we want to spend the remaining time together with the children, close to each other, focused on each other. We connect rooms, demolish walls, or choose a design based on the open space principle, which literally means open space. It most often combines the functions of a living room, TV corner with a rest area, dining room and kitchen Space.

When we choose this form of space, we can be sure that literally everything will happen there. We then wonder how to make the house safe and comfortable, when from morning to evening it is filled with a child's hustle and bustle, a race, tons of toys and things that get lost with ours. Arranging an open home space requires great care in planning communication, choosing the right furniture or equipment and cleverly combining it all together.

When looking for space-saving solutions, it is worth paying attention to multi-functional and multi-purpose furniture. Modular upholstered furniture like Kid’s day-bed with bottom bed and hydraulic storage from the Vox  Spot Sibling Collection allows you to adjust the seating space to the circumstances – either arranging it in multi-seater sofas when watching movies together or into chaise lounges for spending time alone. The need to combine various spaces into one whole and ensure good communication between them requires discipline in interior design. Good results they provide neutral, non-invasive backgrounds of wooden, white or other single-colored furniture, juxtaposed with stronger accents of small elements. We tame these coexisting worlds Kids’ room by taking care of the balance of forms, shapes, patterns and colours while accessorising it.

With the help of different levels of light intensity, we can separate the places where we work from those intended for relaxation.

Appropriate materials will guarantee the longevity of all the permanent elements of the interior, thanks to which we will not have to replace them after more energetic children's activities. When arranging the house with attention focused on the happy and safe childhood of your siblings, let's look for healthy solutions (appropriate paints, varnishes, components, laminates) and those that will allow us to include kids in home activities without stress.

Non-slippery and easy-to-clean floors, dirt-resistant walls, skirting boards like 635 River Oak skirting board  concealing dangerous cables - such elements will help create an interior that will ensure comfort for all users.

In a space full of curious kids, equipment adjusted to their height and age, as well as special protection against unwanted opening, will be useful. In a family home, all furniture with a large number of drawers, hiding places, easily accessible, lockable spaces will be helpful. Shelving systems with separated shelves and closed recesses (additional height adjustment is also important) make it possible to dedicate a special space to children who can use them for their "worlds", without destroying the general order of adults. For example, the Hanging shelf from Vox Evolve Sibling Room Collection with functional compartments for storing you can easily organize CDs, books etc, which can be easily a part of essential Kid’s room accessories. Such solutions are conducive to teaching children order in the spirit of respect for space and the rights of other household members. The educating space shows children how important mutual acceptance is and at the same time gives them a sense of security in coexistence with the rest of the world.

Democracy is, above all, equal rights for all household members, as well as looking for a balance in space where many parallel worlds, as part of the time spent together, take place simultaneously. A home with children also means a home filled with people: when children invite their peers, when friends visit us with whole families, when grandparents or babysitters are involved in coping with everything. Organizing a bustling home with a large, open space is quite a challenge. But if we choose such a choice, we have a chance to create a friendly, family interior that allows joyful and comfortable spending time together, while maintaining the autonomy of each of the household members.