Need a new bed for your child’s room? Or maybe you’re looking for new childrens furniture. Maybe you’ve decided that it’s time to upgrade your almost-teenager from the kid’s furniture she’s had since she was a baby.
Either way, ChildrensFurnitureSpot.com is the best children’s furniture store online to get just the right children’s furniture you need for your home. We offer huge varieties of bedroom, living room, and play furniture for your child. It’s important that your child have the best environment to grow and play in, and our furnishings offer just that – the most in enrichment at a fraction of the cost.
Our kid’s furniture is backed by manufacturer warranty, so you never have to worry about defects. Our extensive online catalog is simple to browse through, and offers as much information as we can convey through the Web.
We have a very knowledgeable customer care team who can assist you with anything from browsing, to custom orders. Suppose you purchase something, and it’s just not what you wanted – it doesn’t fit in your house as well as you were hoping it would. Shop with confidence; we have an easy return policy especially so you don’t have to worry about getting the right item.
We have everything that you need for a child’s bedroom, or children’s playroom. On our website, you can select to browse by room, or select by type, such as beds, tables, or dressers. We’ve got it all. From recliners for children, specially sized for them, all the way up to drafting tables for the aspiring teenage artist. Our website is easy-to-use and open 24 hours a day, unlike brick-and-mortar kid’s furniture stores that keep short hours.
A room is more than just the furniture, though. We also offer a huge selection of accessories. Rugs sizing from full-room to small decorative ones can help pull a room together. We also offer wall hangings, lamps, ceiling fixtures, throw pillows, and hanging pegs – nearly everything you need for a child’s room (except the paint!)
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Buying kids’ furniture can be a tricky purchase. You want something that appeals to a creative sensibility you no longer possess, and at the same time, you want something that will last through the dramatic changes your child will undergo as they age from an adolescent to a teenager. The best way to compromise on these two differing themes—durability versus imaginative flexibility—is by buying furniture that can be painted, altered, and decorated, and is not so small that it will be outgrown in just a few years.
The two main types of children’s furniture are bedroom furnishings, such as beds, desks, dressers, and chairs; and play furnishings, such as playful rugs, outdoor play sets, train and puzzle tables, building blocks, and more. The two categories obviously overlap, though there are important differences. The bedroom furniture will need to last a long time because it will most likely run you at least a few hundred dollars. Toy furniture, on the other hand, won’t be used every day. Instead, children tend, in my view, to cluster their attention in intense spurts, so that for a solid week they want nothing other than to play with the hopscotch pattern on their toy rug, and then for five years they seldom return to it. For this reason I would spend more of my money on bedroom furniture than on the toy furniture. Toys can be improvised. A bed, if it’s to be comfortable, cannot be.
The great thing about buying kids’ furniture is that for the child it can be a form of play. When you buy a plain bed, you have the opportunity to turn decorating the bed into a game. Paints, drawings, stickers, silly putty creations—all these crafts can enliven a plain frame. They may be difficult to remove after a few years stuck to the surface of the bed, but that too can be a game: whoever scratches off the most stickers gets some icecream, for example. Read the instructions on your paint supplies carefully to avoid anything toxic or permanent.
Besides paints and other utensils to color the bed or desk frame, accessories are \used to enliven a setting to fit the child’s temperament. If you’re child loves dragons, buy a comforter with dragons for the bed. The comforter is showier than the bed anyway, and can be replaced at a cheaper price than replacing a dragon-themed bed frame.
As for play furniture, look for toys that engage the mind and exercise the body. Many toys do this. Many children’s rugs are studded with alphabets, number problems, hopscotch, jigsaw puzzles, mazes, two-square courts, and other infinitely repeatable game boards to ensure the rug’s continued importance in your child’s life.
Another great toy is building blocks. There are literally hundreds of kinds of building block toys. You may think these shouldn’t count as furniture, but some of them are so large that children can make their own furniture out of them! In today’s culture, personal preference, individual taste and creativity, are touchstones for the individual. Individuals succeed by how well they know and can produce what they like. Get your children started early by encouraging their ability to dig out and create what they are interested in through furniture that needs a child’s hand to build it.