Solutions on Kids and Teens Furniture for Small Spaces
The most important piece of furniture in a small child's room is the bed.
Add to that the disadvantage of having ample space, and you just may feel you have your work cut out for you.
Take a deep breath and relax while you read up on a number of ways to make a small space into a great room.
BedsAs stated the first selection should be the bed. There is any number to choose from consisting of twin beds, trundles, lofts, bunks, and captains bed to name the more noted styles. Everyone is acquainted with the twin bed, while the others may leave you wondering exactly what they are.
A trundle is a bed with another tucked neatly below it. It would work wonderfully for an overnight guest. When it comes to small spaces the loft is a particularly good choice. This bed is elevated above the floor leaving the space beneath open for other things.
The captain's bed is a similar style but this one has the space below it consumed with drawers and even a spot for hanging some items of clothing. When it comes to small spaces the multi-purpose items should always head the list unless of course, you they do not appeal to you.
Kid's SeatingChildren of all age enjoy furniture that is sized especially for them. It is so much easier for them to get in and out of these styles rather than trying to get into an adult sized chair.
There aren't many pieces that haven't been sized for a child but recliners and rocking chairs remain two of the most favored kid's seating. This is probably due to the fact that small kids have an affinity for a rocking motion.
How often have they been lulled to sleep in this manner so rocking means calm and a feeling of security? Add a reclining mechanism to the same chair and a little one has a great place to catch forty winks out of an otherwise busy day.