Published at Wednesday, July 31st 2019, 05:23:31 AM by Jacqueline Lamarre. Bed
For older children who haven’t yet stopped growing, a combination bed is a great idea; they include a twin bed or twin bunk beds with a desk for doing homework. Once your child has left home the beds are easily separated and the room can then be converted into a guest room. Or a bed with storage space underneath always comes in handy. Before you hit the stores check out the size and shape of the room first. Is there any particular place you want the bed to go? If the room is only small then you don’t want to take up all the space with a bed that is far too big for a small child.
If you don’t have much room to spare then consider buying bunk beds, a loft or cabin bed, as they take up less space and are ideal places for kids to play, study, store their bits and pieces, and sleep. High sleeper, captains beds or mid sleeper cabin beds are particularly good for older kids, providing an elevated but safe sleeping bunk with chairs or sofas and workstations below. Kids’ beds, especially for toddlers, are great fun and come in a range of themes and colours that can brighten up the room without the hassle of re-decorating. Let your child join in with the choosing process as it is their room and at this age their personalities are really starting to appear.
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