5 quirky and cool children’s bedroom furniture pieces
Gone are the days of plastic furniture in exclusively primary colours being the only choice for children’s bedrooms. Thankfully, there’s now an abundance of more quirky and uniquely designed pieces that boast a more neutral-toned finish. Some of these furniture ideas are perfect for creating a nursery space if you’re sticking to a gender-neutral theme, or even just to add some substance to what can become a chaotic part of the home.
Read on for some stylish children’s furniture suggestions…
1. Read the room
Make your little ones books easy to access to make storytime simpler with these simple shelves (from £124, Tidy Books). They’re perfect for encouraging reading from an early age. The simple white design means it fits into any space and can be upcycled and altered as children get older.
2. Style spotter
Encourage your child to get involved with picking their outfits by swapping the boring wardrobe for this lovely white wooden clothes rail (£49, JoJo Maman Bébé). As well as hanging space, there’s storage room at the bottom for blankets and toys. We also love the idea of using this rail to display all your child’s fancy dress outfits, as having them visible will encourage more imaginative play.
3. Superior set
Furniture that is multipurpose is a godsend when it comes to children’s bedrooms, especially if you’re short on space. This fabulous furniture set (£750, Little Folks Furniture) combines a top bunk bed with a chest of drawers to store your little ones outfits! The bed also comes with a desk on wheels (ideal for moving around if you want to put it into another room), and a chair.
4. Butterfly seats
Sitting down at the table just got more exciting! These beautiful butterfly chairs (£115, Westholme Interiors) are elegant and the design is bound to be popular with your little ones. They come with a slider to protect flooring and are weather-proof so can be used outdoors without worry.
5. Storage spot
Ensure toys are put away safely and sensibly with this wooden toybox (£570, Painted Furniture Co). The sleek design doubles up as a window seat. The large sizes enables you to store plenty of toys, or later blankets, bedding or whatever else you’d like hidden away. It’s available in a huge selection of neutral colourways.
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