Childhood flies by so fast, why shouldn’t you go a little overboard and celebrate your children’s growing-up years? These beds will give your kids as much enjoyment as they do you when you see their jaws drop and their smiles light up their little (and not so little) faces. Which bed would you love your child to sleep in?
Outdoorsy types will love this tent-style bed that will make them feel like they’re camping even when the next trip is months away. There’s a trundle bed underneath for sleepovers, and the fabric flap folds down for secret meetings when required.
Children’s Tent Cabin Bed: Cuckooland
This bed works well in a space-themed room, but it also could be just right in one decorated as if it’s under the sea. Its wide lower-level bed ensures its longevity, and there’s plenty of storage to boot.
What child wouldn’t want a bed suspended from the ceiling on ropes? This one’s big enough to accommodate a pile of giggling girls for a sleepover. Updating the bedding will keep her room in sync with her style as she gets older.
Bunk beds are great, but if you don’t have the ceiling height, you may have dismissed them as unsuitable. This design might have you thinking twice about that decision. With the lower bed at floor level, it is as useful for comfy floor play for a toddler as it is for lazing about with a laptop for a teen. And ceiling height just isn’t an issue.
There’s something magical about four-poster beds, and children can make a design like this one their own. Drape it in sheer white fabric for a dreamy effect, or bright curtains, pompoms and bunting for a cheerful look that will work for boys or girls. Anything goes with this bed — it’s just awaiting your child’s imaginative touch.
Bed: Danai, Coco-Mat
This bed features a retractable desk, storage drawers under the bed and in the stairs, and a matching wardrobe and shelving that fit neatly into the corner. It could be a great option when space is at a premium.
Can you imagine the look on your son’s face if he came home to find a bed like this in his bedroom? I love that the framed photos on the wall feature old pickup trucks, and don’t even get me started on the fuel pump in the corner.
If your daughter’s outfit of choice is a princess gown or fairy dress, this bed is sure to delight. Just make sure being a princess doesn’t go to her head, or you might find her refusing to do her fair share of chores.
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By: Joanna Tovia (Houzz)
Cuckooland, original photo on Houzz