Kids n' Such Cotton Blend Jersey Knit Fitted Playard Sheets, Fleur and Floral 2pk
|Brand||Kids N' Such|
|Fabric Content||100.00% Premium Cotton|
|Manufacturer Part Number||PLAY-FLEUR|
|Manufacturer||Kids N' Such|
|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)||38.00 x 24.00 x 5.00 Inches|
The Kids N' Such Fleur and Floral Playard Sheets (fits Pack n Play) will provide restful sleep minus interruptions and irritation for your little one! We didn't sacrifice high quality to give you the cheapest sheets on the market. Our playard sheets are made of 100% premium lightweight jersey...
Great sheets, I ordered the matching changing pad sheets as well! They are a little spendy but pretty soft so i'm not mad. If these were to get stained you would hardly notice, the design of them is very nice :)See more
very pretty, love the colors! the sheets are very thin though, I was expecting a little more for the price. they're about as thin as the Walmart brand sheets.See more
Colors are very viberant even in person! I love the feel of the sheets however they are thin. The other thing is the smell they smell like paint but i was going to was them before my daughter is here anyway and the smell came out super easy just with a cool cycle wash. All in all i would highly recomend the company and these crib sheets if you dont mind a thinner coverSee more
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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 next most important piece of any kids’ room is the dresser. A dresser is where all their clothes are kept to stay organized and off the floor. When selecting this piece of furniture keep in mind the color that you want. A good rule of thumb is to match the dresser to other children’s furniture you have in the room. So, if you have a white nightstand and chair then a white dresser would be a great match.
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.
Queen over queen: In rare cases, bunk bed frames may be available in queen sizes. These beds tend to stack in parallel, and they accommodate standard queen-sized mattresses for a more generous sleeping space.
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.
Desk height: Once you know the correct chair measurement, it’s easy to find the proper desk height measurement. This number should be about 7 to 9 inches higher than the chair seat to let your child’s arms rest comfortably on the tabletop without hunching over. Remember that kids grow quickly; it may be a wise decision to purchase a desk with adjustable legs that you can crank or twist to different heights. That way, it’ll suit your child’s height as they get taller.
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’ Chairs & Seating
Add some fun variety to your child’s bedroom by furnishing it with additional seating. Your child will love having a chair, sofa or rocker in his or her bedroom so friends can sit and play when they come over for playdates instead of having to sit on the bed.
Whether it’s a bean bag chair, rocking chair, recliner or sofa, your child will enjoy having comfortable and fun place to sit. kids’ chairs are great for relaxing, reading, playing or entertaining friends. Bean bags can be a fun and playful addition to a bedroom or play room while more standard upholstered chairs with cushions, butterfly chairs or rocking chairs provide more support if your child wants to relax or read. Sofas or recliners are ideal for comfort while your child is playing in his or her bedroom. Your child will love haivng a desk chair when sitting down to do homework.
There is a variety of kids’ chairs and seating options available at Shop Kids’ Furniture to furnish your child’s bedroom or play room.
Baby & Kids’ Armoires
Armoires (pronounced ärm-‘wär) are a type of furniture that usually come with closet space in addition to cabinet or drawer space. It comes from a French word that refers to any tall, free standing cupboard. Other names for a baby armoire are wardrobe or cupboard. When homes did not have built in closets early on, armoires were created as a solution. Today, they are useful for rooms with limited closet space since you get extra hanging space with them. Armoires have a handful of use cases such as placing them in dining rooms, living rooms, and bedrooms. You can also purchase an armoire for your nursery or kids’ bedroom. If your nursery is lacking closet space, then browsing for the right baby armoire from Shop Kids’ Furniture is just what you need! Remember these tend to be slightly bigger and taller than a dresser so make sure you measure the space you have in your kid’s bedroom or nursery before purchasing. Some kids’ armoires come with enough drawer space to possibly take the place of getting a dresser for the room as well.