Childrens Bedroom Furniture – So Many Choices for Boys and Girls Rooms!
The market for children's bedroom furniture is hot!
Consumers have more choices than ever before, especially with the advent of new and exciting bedroom themes and furniture designs for both boys and girls rooms. Popular cartoon characters alone create so many options for room themes.
But what types of children's furniture should you buy? Should you go with white, un-finished or the traditional oak furniture in the bedroom? Should it be contemporary or traditional in design? Read on to help you decide what’s best for your child’s bedroom. . .
The Bed – So very many options exist for beds! Whether it’s a race car bed, or a castle, a cell phone, a cartoon character or frog bed, be sure your child’s interest will last for awhile. You won’t want to switch it out relatively soon, so be careful about your decision.
A child’s bedroom with bunk beds is usually a fun option, and there are lots of cool, contemporary designs to pick from. Bunk beds make a lot of sense if two children are sharing a room, and they want or need more play space.
Just make sure one of the children is content with the top bunk for awhile!
Table And Chairs – It’s always nice to have a table and chairs set in both boys and girls rooms. When he or she has friends over, it can be used for coloring, playing a game or pretending they’re in school.
Plus, it can always be moved to a playroom later—versatility rules!
Desk – When purchasing children's bedroom furniture, some people opt not to get a child’s desk. I really don't think it’s a good idea, though. Why not do all you can to encourage your child to be studious? If you ask me, the presence of a child’s desk says "let’s study!"
Besides, I always had a desk growing up, and felt it was my own special work space where I did both school work and art projects.
Extra Chair – If you have the space, why not add a cool, extra chair in the corner of your child’s room? The chair can be a fun, outlandish, bean bag chair (since they’re relatively inexpensive), or a funky, trendy chair. I’ve always liked bean bag chairs myself!
I had a bright lime green one as a child. Funny how the bean bag chair still works...but now it has a "retro look"! The chair can be a nice place for your child to read, work on the computer, listen to music or talk on the phone (when older)!
Children's bedroom furniture should be both fun and functional. Decide what furniture pieces make the most sense given the layout of your child’s bedroom, and his or her interests.
Also, remember that a table and chairs set, desk, and extra chair can be used in both boys and girls rooms, and in a playroom.