Is your child the type to see order in chaos or one who loves tidiness? Would you like your child to be supported by a suitable learning environment? Would you maybe also want to shape their taste a bit? You don’t want the items in the kid’s room to be markedly different from the design objects in the rest of the home?
We’ll show you what you can do.
Transform your teenage daughter’s desk into a shiny workspace with Tom Dixon accessories
The Tom Dixon Cube collection of desk accessories is an exercise in absolute minimalism. Each component is made of copper-plated zinc alloy. These are heavyweight design artefacts, but ideal for the modern desktop or a sophisticated girl’s room. The product family includes a tape dispenser, a stapler, a desk tidy and a pen, and can be bought together as a set or individually.
Vitra keeps the disorderly at bay with untidy tidiness
The Uten Silo organiser is a classic designed by Dorothee Becker in 1969. It brings order to offices, kitchens, workshops as well as bathrooms. We are now recommending it for children’s rooms, above the desk, for example. It is available in two different sizes and three colours (white, black or red).
Help in doing away with chaos – this is Vitra’s storage box
Arik Levy designed this highly practical organisational utensil in 2010, perhaps most reminiscent of a toolbox. It is perfect for storing accessories and small items. Thanks to its handy size, it can be easily stowed in a cabinet or on a shelf, but does not take up much space on a desk. Available in multiple colours, thus ideal for any environment.
If you happen to be looking for a stylish and elegant pen, look no further than the 849 Alexander Girard collection.
Together with Girard Studio and Vitra, Caran d’Ache introduced the 849 Alexander Girard Collection in 2018. Applying graphic patterns by Alexander Girard to the refined 849 silhouette, Caran d’Ache has created a timeless classic writing instrument.
Disorder – None of that! Let the USM Inos help you out.
Stylish and functional storage accessories. USM Inos pieces are custom-built to fit snugly inside or on top of USM Haller furniture. Thanks to their unique design, they work well in any environment.
Notebooks, calendars, journals and other stationary items – personalised from Design Letters
Design Letters is a young Danish design company founded in 2009 by the former journalist Mette Thomsen. After a career with words, Mette decided to unite her passion for words with her passion for design and established the Design Letters brand.
The company’s world of letters is based on typography hand-drawn in 1937 by the iconic Danish architect Arne Jacobsen (1902-1971). Design Letters obtained the exclusive rights to use the typography on a range of designs, including stationery and accessories such as lunch boxes and thermo bottles.
HAY adds even more style to contemporary children’s rooms and desks
HAY was founded in 2002 with the ambition to create contemporary furniture to satisfy the needs of modern living. The brand’s fundamental goal is to make good design accessible to the largest possible audience. If forced to choose just two industries whose values the brand combines, these would be architecture and fashion. HAY products are inspired by the stable structures of the former, and the dynamics of the latter. HAY cooperates with some of the world’s most talented, curious and courageous designers.
Its desk accessories are equally impressive, regardless of whether you’re looking for a pen-holder or perhaps a bohemian waste-basket. In our opinion, they also look great in children’s rooms. The wonderful hourglass timers are sure to be appreciated by any secondary school-age child.