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Case Study


Project Type  Room organization



In the first phase, the focus was on establishing systems that would facilitate easy maintenance and adaptability as the child matures. This involved careful consideration of the closet's design to accommodate changes over time, ensuring that updates could be seamlessly integrated to suit the child's evolving requirements.

Establish Systems


The second phase centered on aesthetic considerations, with a particular emphasis on integrating pink and bamboo elements to harmonize with the overall aesthetics of the room and closet. By selecting materials and colors that complemented the existing décor, the closet became not just a functional space but also a visually pleasing one.



Finally, in the third phase, the organization of the closet was meticulously planned to optimize the child's daily routine. Dividing the closet according to the order of getting dressed ensured efficiency, while grouping accessories together enhanced accessibility. Placing items commonly used by children on lower shelves encouraged independence, allowing her to easily access their belongings without assistance. Additionally, the use of matching pink hangers further contributed to the cohesive and appealing aesthetic of the closet.


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