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First, consider your little one's biggest needs. Will their kid bed be a twin bed, daybed, bunk bed or – for sleepovers with friends – a full bed or queen bed with a trundle? A kid's bed takes center stage in their room so when it comes to style, the sky's the limit. Dazzle them with a hand-painted bed featuring themed motifs, a fanciful canopy bed, or an over-sized traditional sleigh bed. Iron beds and poster beds are ideal for little girls, while colorful cottage styles are well suited to boys' rooms.
Great for small bedrooms, the Kidspace Milo bed comes with options to pack a lot into its design. Instead of a stepladder, the steps up to the bed have integrated drawers; a pull-out desk and extra drawers can be added on. There's a choice of blue or pink finish and standard or premium mattress. Assembly isn't the easiest, but Very offers a service for this. The bed isn't suitable for kids under six.
A thoughtfully designed kids room will (and should) reflect the juvenile preoccupations of its occupant. But creating a stimulating and joyful space for your child doesn't mean making an esthetic break from the rest of your house. In theory, good modern design, irrespective of its target age, should look perfectly suited to any room—and modern kids decor is no exception.
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