Wooden Furniture for Kids

Posted on January 13, 2015 by Nick Marquet | 0 Comments

Wooden Furniture for Kids

wooden furniture for kids

It seems that every time you turn around your kids are outgrowing their clothes, their shoes, their toys, so wouldn't it be nice to know that the wooden furniture for kids you purchased for them, will endure over time?

Create the cosy environment that every child needs with quality wooden furniture. Whether you're looking for kids’ beds or kids’ storage furniture, you can find quality pieces that will take your kiddos through every stage of their childhood.  Wooden furniture for kids is a good choice if you are looking for pieces that are functional, stylish, and reasonably priced.

  1. Children’s’ beds. There are a variety of kids’ wooden beds to choose from including some that incorporate storage underneath. Other styles range from canopy beds and sleigh beds, to theme style beds. A trundle bed features a second mattress that slides under the main mattress, giving you the option of a second sleeping space that you can tuck away when not in use. A bunk bed has an added bonus in that your kids can sleep in one room. Make sure that the bunk bed has guard rails and a sturdy ladder for safety, and that only older children sleep in the upper bunk. Another great option to save space is the loft bunk bed, which may include, a futon, shelves, or a kids’ desk on the first level and a bed on the second level.
  2. Kids’ desks. As your child gets older, they will be spending more time on homework and school projects. You can give them a homework zone with the right kids’ desk. For instance, choose a computer desk if he’ll have his own desktop computer or any kids’ desk that appeals to you both will work if he'll just be using a laptop or pen and paper. You can coordinate the color, style or material with the bed for a cohesive look, but don't limit your creativity, because a kid’s room should be more about fun than matching. Choose a desk that can be cleaned easily and that can store their supplies.
  3. Kids’ storage. Baskets or bins that can be kept on wooden bookshelves or in closets can be used for added storage. Wooden coat racks will not only keep coats and jackets handy, but they can also keep a backpack full of homework ready for school.

These are just the tip of the iceberg in terms of what is available.  When you have the choice always choose wooden furniture for kids over any plastic variety.  Furniture crafted from wood is the only choice for durability and low maintenance.

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