Children's bedrooms should encourage the imagination and offer them a world in which to explore their own character and keep them occupied when you cook the dinner. They aren't going to notice if the mattress is hard or soft or which material the headboard is made of, but the colours, patterns and inspiration from each bed design will encourage them to learn and enjoy themselves -leaving you more time to yourself. So, we've thrown together some ideas for you to take a look at and perhaps draw some inspiration from yourself; when it comes to buying one for your own child…
A great novelty idea for kids the love everything ‘travel’. A winning point with this design is that mess and things like storage for books can be localised to within the frame of the bed - meaning less work for everyone involved.
If after dinner, instead of telling our children that they've to go to bed, we tell them to go back to their house, bedtime might go down more smoothly. This original bed has it all: a roof, windows with shutters, a wooden fence and gate that leads out onto its own patio.
I'm sure that more than one of us has had a dream about sliding out of bed; this bed can fulfil that dream—a cabin bed , plus stairs to climb with a fun slide. Ideal for rainy days when we can not take the kids to the park and every morning, when they wake up.
If your kids are crazy for Pirates, this cabin bed will have them swashbuckling into their sleep. Simulating a pirate ships, this wooden structure complete with strings, a rudder at the foot and sails, we think this bed is awesome. Soon they’ll be sailing the seven seas, with their cut-throat crew, looting the fridge and plundering the bathroom!