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Children's Storage Solutions

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shaliyapatel Sun 11-Sep-16 22:52:48


I'm a product design student currently in my final year of A levels and am looking to design and make a multifunctional storage solution for children between the ages 3-6. Please could you take 5 minutes to fill out my survey which helps me learn more about my target market. I'll happily welcome any suggestions or questions because the more the better!

The link for the survey is below:

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Thank you smile

mycatstares Mon 12-Sep-16 11:40:24

Done smile.
Good luck with your A levels.grin

NapQueen Mon 12-Sep-16 11:42:19

Done. Good luck!

Do you want any suggestions for ideas.

shaliyapatel Mon 12-Sep-16 12:48:42

Thank you so much for all your feedback I really appreciate. I'd be happy to welcome any suggestions for designs as it would really help smile

Ifailed Mon 12-Sep-16 12:54:02

I hadn't realised there was a market for storing children? wink

Survey done. Good luck!

MakemineaGandT Mon 12-Sep-16 13:02:10

What an interesting idea - best of luck! I've filled out your survey.

I love the idea of multi-functional furniture eg integrated storage under seating. I always love ideas like that - eg the stairs with hidden drawers under the treads that you can see on Pinterest

shaliyapatel Mon 12-Sep-16 14:21:24


Haha I only just realised I should've worded it differently grin thank you for completing the survey!


Thank you for your suggestions. There isn't a lot of multi functional furniture out there at the moment however it is becoming more popular as it's a great way to save space in the home!

MakemineaGandT Mon 12-Sep-16 17:49:53

Bumping for you OP

NapQueen Mon 12-Sep-16 18:10:19

I'd want something which has an outer door/cover which suits a grown up living room but can be slid back or flipped around the back to reveal good storage. A mixture or smaller and larger drawers or pull out boxes which can keep a good selection of toys in the living room. The ability to then make the unit look "adult" once the kids have gone to bed would be good.

Magstermay Mon 12-Sep-16 19:37:24

Done. Good luck!

divafever99 Tue 13-Sep-16 18:01:33

Done! My DD has a small child size table and chair from Ikea that she uses for drawing / painting. It would be good if it had shelving attached for storage

heymammy Tue 13-Sep-16 18:14:19


Somewhere to store bottles of paint and brushes so it wasn't such a rigmarole to get out/prepared would be good smile

Beanzmeanzcoffee Thu 15-Sep-16 19:00:22

I'd like there to be a bit of lockable storage as part of it. I don't want my 2 nearly 3 year old to be able to access things like paint/glue etc.

incogKNEEto Thu 15-Sep-16 19:14:45

Done smile

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