1. Make use of bunk beds that can be separated and can be used as standalone beds. As your kids grow older, the bed can be assembled and used as a bunk bed. 2. Desk and chair is also essential furniture. Keep in mind your child’s height as well as room décor. 3. Various types of armoires such as wardrobe armoire, television armoire, jewelry armoire, bookshelf armoire can be added to kids room.
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Get something that is basic and easy to paint. Kids change what they like every few years and if you have basic furniture a new coat of paint to go with the new theme and just change bedding and curtains and accessories. It is easier and cheaper than buying new furniture to go with each theme.
-Lots of room -A "toy tub" for storing all of their toys -Some form of natural light entering the room(window, etc.) -A table were they can color, etc. -Wall-mounted lights -Easy cleanable carpet -Comfy chairs(bean bag, planet chair, etc.) -Some form of song-playing tech(radio, stereo, etc.) -A clean colored room(only one shade) so they can grow into it when their older