Posted on 29th Mar 2015
It isn’t a small task to start planning the design of your baby’s nursery, kid’s bedroom or playroom. Besides a conflict between your ideas and your child’s personal opinions, the vast kid’s furniture market can overwhelm your decisions.
Selecting children’s bedroom furniture requires a lot of careful study. You can’t just buy the first set of bedroom furniture that you see.You take considerable care to buy the best baby lotion or safe toys for your child. Then, why should choosing your precious baby’s furniture be any different?
Buying kid’s furniture is more than just picking out the cutest crib or coolest loft bed. It involves your concerns about safety, quality, durability, style and pricing. Updating a child's room requires more work than most parents expect.
Follow these guidelines to ensure that both you and your child are satisfied with your purchase.
- Involve your kids: Obviously, your child’s opinion is a must when selecting the furniture for their room. Children above four years old can well tell what they like and what they don’t. Pick themes, ideas and colors of their preference to help them enjoy and be excited about their new room.
- Select a theme: A theme can be anything, from a favorite color to a favorite movie or a favorite character. Make a list of all such possibilities and narrow it down to one or two top picks.
- Think about safety: A fancy piece of contemporary bedroom furniture may catch your eye but you need to consider if it’s actually safe for your child’s room, and whether it suits your child’s needs. Purchase furniture that is updated and child friendly. Ensure that the furniture is made from sturdy materials and will stand strong over time. For example, if you choose a bunk bed, make sure they have sturdy legs and that the ladder is secured strongly to the bed frame.
- Manage Space:Choose modern bedroom furniture that serves dual purposes and is multi-functional. Especially if working in small rooms. For example, furniture that offers storage solutions, hideaway options, storage boxes and attached desks provide great functionality without taking up a lot of floor space. Cribs that convert to toddler and full-size beds offer long-term use.
- Easy to maintain and repair: Select furniture for your kids that are easy to repair. Kids can be hard on their furniture and minor scratches are likely. Furniture made from all-wood materials is easier to repair and maintain. Always remember to check for the warranty and guarantees of the furniture you buy.
Besides these things, other important concerns include your budget, room measurement and moreover, the comfort of your child. Remember, your child should feel comfortable and enjoy his/her space.