One of the notable things about kids is that they grow. As they grow their needs change. Not only do they take up physical space, but as they get older they begin to discover their independence, to crave their own space. Living spaces, therefore, should also adapt to children as they grow and develop.
As bricks and mortar spaces it is obviously very difficult for interiors to adapt to their inhabitants. Often it can feel as though the inhabitants are adapting to the space, rather than the other way around. But does it really have to be this way?
Modern homes are fundamentally more adaptable than they’ve ever been. A great example of this is the advent of garden buildings and garden rooms. These are very functional buildings that can be constructed in garden areas to provide that much needed extra space.
This extra space can be extremely useful for families who have children. Perhaps their kids are getting to that age where sharing rooms is not ideal. Maybe there are pressures from school or university – and your home, as it stands, simply doesn’t offer enough functional space.
This new space could become a dedicated study area, or perhaps it could become a playroom or even second bedroom. Modern garden buildings have all the functionality that you’d expect any room in a modern home. For instance they can be easily connected to mains electricity, heating sources and even wireless internet.