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When setting up your child’s room, the most important thing to think about is how they’ll be using it. You’ll need a bed and storage to put clothing, books and toys. You may also want a table or desk and a chair or couch for your child to sit on. Youth
When you shop for furniture, consider your child’s age. For a preschooler, you’ll want a room that allows for lots of play and minimizes the risk of injury. Grade school children need space for a bit of creativity. Youth
Create a spot to read and relax, but also leave room for storing and playing. Older kids need larger pieces of furniture as well as a place to do homework. Youth
All children require someplace to store clothing. Look for a kids’ armoire if the room has insufficient closet space, or a captains bed which already has additional storage. Youth
Kids outgrow clothes and shoes fast, but Mod1Living.com has furniture that grows with them for years. Discover beds, dressers, desks and chairs that make your little one’s room complete. Beds come in variety of styles, including standard beds with headboards and footboards, or frames with storage options built-in to it. The storage beds feature wood frames with two storage drawers on one side. This allows the bed to be placed against a wall and still provide access to all the items you tuck underneath.
A tall chest of drawers can be used for children of any age. Neutral colors allow these pieces to work well with many different room designs and suit children of all ages. The styles include chests with totals of six drawers, including two small and four large, that allows your child to store anything and everything in there over the years. The dressers come with a very important tip-resisting kit, so you don’t have to worry about the dresser falling over if your little one tries to pull the drawers open.