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A guide to choosing the best kids furniture
As kids grow older and grow out of their cradles and cribs parents need to think about what types of kid furniture they need for their child to create the best kids room that they can. Children’s furniture ranges in size, color, and material depending on what you or your kid need. In addition, the furniture you select will depend on you and your child’s personal design preferences. Since this is something that your child will use, but you will have to get and furnish in your home, it’s a group effort to find the perfect piece of kid furniture.
The last piece to any kid’s room is a bookcase. Bookcases are valuable because they give your child a place to keep their books and toys and since there aren’t any drawers they are always easy to access. Keep in mind the material when you’re looking for this piece of children’s furniture. Kids bookcases come in just about any material ranging from wood to metal to plastic. The material changes based on how easy it is to move around the room. So, if you like to rearrange bedrooms often, a lighter bookcase material is better for you than something heavier.
Choosing convenient, comfortable bunk beds
Fun and practical, bunk beds make efficient use of vertical space to pack two beds into the floor footprint that one bed typically occupies. Bunk beds are a favorite bedroom-furniture item for children, but adults can take advantage of this design as well for vacation homes and small-space living. The available options in this product category can be surprisingly diverse, and there s a bunk bed to suit just about every need in this section. In addition to variety in material options and furniture design styles, bunk beds come in several different sizes and formats.
Bunk bed terminology
The basic concept of a bunk bed is easy to understand, but the nature of the bed-on-bed stack can vary from model to model. Make sure you get exactly the bunk bed you want by learning the difference between different bunk bed styles. Considering these options prior to browsing may change your perception of which bunk bed will work best in your home.
Loft: Loft beds are structured similarly to bunk beds, only with an open space on the bottom rather than a bottom bunk. This elevates the mattress above the ground, usually to a height of 7 feet or more, leaving enough room for furniture or storage in the empty space below. Some loft beds come with furniture like desks built into their under-mattress compartment area, while others leave this space completely open for you to customize however you like. Rarely, loft beds are available with full-size frames, making these beds a good choice for adults who live in dorm rooms or small apartments.
Provide productive comfort with children’s desks and chairs
Whether your child needs a dedicated homework area or a space to spread out and explore their imagination, a desk and chair setup can provide space to help them stay organized, focused and entertained. Just as it is with your office furniture, however, there are some important things to consider when it comes to the desk and chair’s ergonomics, size and features. We’re here to help you learn more about children’s’ desks and chairs so you can make the choice that’s right for your little one’s needs. Here’s what to keep in mind while you get started shopping.
When kids are comfortable, it’s easier for them to concentrate. Staying comfortable when working at a desk means that both the desk and the chair need to be sized properly to fit your child’s height. Fortunately, figuring out the dimensions that the desk and chair should be is a similar process to determining what size your own office furniture needs to be — only with smaller proportions. Get the following measurements before you start your search.
Chair height: For proper posture, find a chair that allows your child to sit with their feet flat on the ground and their knees bent at a 90-degree angle. Have them sit this way, and measure the distance from the floor to the back of your child’s bent knees. This number in inches should match the seat height of the chair you select.
Types of desks
Your child may benefit from having different desks at different life stages. In general, kids’ desks can be divided into three types: preschool, elementary school and junior high/high school. And, while many of the product listings in our selection provide appropriate age ranges to help you decide, it’s also important to consider the different features of each desk type to see what meets your child’s needs.
Preschool: These desks are often made of plastic and other materials that help them remain durable, easy to clean and relatively soft at the same time. Desks for toddler and preschool-aged children typically have smooth, rounded corners to protect against accidental bumps and bruises. They may incorporate one or two large lower shelves for storing crafting supplies, or they may be completely open with narrow legs, which helps keep them easier to move around and sit at. They also tend to come in bright, visually stimulating colors that look great in a playroom, and many have attached bench seating, which eliminates the need to purchase a chair separately. Most tables and desks for this age range have open, flat surfaces where kids can spread out with crayons and toys. If you have multiple younger children, a table-style desk is ideal for helping them all work in the same area. For kids who love drawing, select a desk with a tilting top that props up to do double duty as an easel.
Kids’ Bedroom Sets
The wide selection of kids’ bedroom sets at Shop Kids’ Furniture makes it easy for you to get a bedroom set that fits the available space and your child’s preferences.
Bedroom Set Bundles: These sets are a convenient and budget-friendly way to get a matched set. They include the bed along with items like dressers, nightstands and desks.
Storage Beds: Our kids’ beds with underbed storage are handy for keeping a small room or shared room organized. Our selection of storage beds includes loft beds, bed frames with bookcase headboards and pedestal beds with drawers underneath.
Lofts with Desks: Make the most of a small room and turn it into a study nook by choosing a loft bed that has a matching desk underneath.
Be sure to check the weight rating on any loft bed you choose and compare it to your child’s weight to be sure you get a sturdy bedroom set.
Whether you’re adding an extra bed for a growing toddler, or just trying to make the most of your guest room for when friends and family visits, a bunk bed is the ultimate space saver for a bedroom. Kids also tend to get really excited about having one in their room. Bunk beds are great because they give each child their own sleeping space, as opposed to making them share a queen or full size bed. They also allow for convenience when your child has a friend sleepover that friend is guaranteed a comfortable place to sleep. There are a ton of benefits to using toddler bunk beds, but how do you know which one to choose? If you’re opting for a bunk bed, you probably want to make the most out of the space that you have. When it comes to kids there isn’t anything that is as functional as a loft bed or as fun as a bunk bed. Bunk bed typically have two beds, one on top and one on the bottom. A loft bed, on the other hand, has one bed on top and no bed on the bottom, which leaves all that space below that you can use for whatever your child’s interests are. There are a few things to think about when it comes to looking for the right bunk or loft bed and that includes thinking about what you need to use it for, the material that you think is best for your child, and the size of the bed.