March 16, 2010

Boosting kid's imaginations, one room at a time.

I've always wanted to experience my enviroment from a different vantage point. I remember as a kid always turning my bedroom into some sort of fort or maze. I used boxes and bedsheets to create, what I thought, were new rooms and spaces. I wish I had a few pictures of those forts, but really I know the pictures would never do justice to what I imagined them to be. Anyway, this has led me to another business idea.

I've always wondered if creating custom kids' bedrooms could be shaped into a profitable business. I'm not talking about extravagant museum quality kids spaces, but maybe a lofted bed, or a perch, maybe a slide, possibly a lofted creative painting space. How about a porthole to get into the bedroom?

Cost would be the most obvious hindrance to this type of business. I'd bet, though, if we add up all the money that we spend on toys each year, a custom kid's room would probably not be too far from that price range.

All kids are different obviously, and so are their rooms. So the customization would be endless if you found the right clients.

I wouldn't want to jump in front of the kid's imaginations by creating a fully detailed space, but I think by adding a few "new experiences" in a room, it could spark an already wonderful imagination. I don't know, what do you think?

1 comment :

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