Just thinking about kids furniture invokes a sense of nostalgia. Who doesn’t remember the way their bedroom looked growing up? Now that you’re the parent, you tend to have a more practical perspective when looking for your kids bedroom furniture. What you need: something easy to coordinate, a timeless design, gender neutral style, and durability. What you want: a cozy and cute haven for your little one, for play, for stories, for winding down at the end of the day. Try a bedroom set for added convenience and extra savings. The Darby five-piece bedroom set of solid wood includes a headboard, footboard, rails, mirror and dresser. With simple lines and classic style, this bedroom set takes your child from little kid room to a simple teen space with ease. A coordinating trundle bed, sold separately, is a convenient space for a sleeping-over friend or sibling. Dressers that coordinate with the bed add polish to the kids’ room. Go for an option that includes lots of storage and a classic style that can grow with your little one. Go beyond the set with attractive, coordinating pieces like a desk and chair, nightstand and more.
Once your kiddo is a bit older, kids beds that aren’t part of a set may better suit their needs. A platform bed is a great choice. Simple in style, it’s a functional alternative that works well in smaller spaces. Or go for a bed fit for a princess: A canopy bed is classic and sophisticated, sure to inspire sweet dreams. Traditionally styles, a sleigh bed is a beautiful choice that will look great during the childhood years and beyond. Smoothly transition into the preteen and teen years with the quintessential teen furniture, bean bags. They’re always a popular chill-out spot for watching TV, studying or just hanging out with friends. Select bean bag chairs come with convenient side pockets that act as TV remote or phone storage.