A themed kid's bedroom can sometimes be offputting, especially when you know your child's interests can swap and change so quickly. However, there are quite a few ways you can find a simple way to incorporate their passion into their bedroom, no matter if it's Lego, LOLs, fairy princesses or nerf guns.
We understand the importance of letting your kids express themselves, however, it is important to get the basic bedroom furniture right so they can last the years as your child grows. Themed bedroom just needs the basics, and you can adapt everything else as your child continues to grow. So where do you start with themed kid's bedroom inspiration? Look no further, we've got some top bedroom ideas right here.
Gain some space
To maximise the space in their bedroom you might want to consider investing in a mid or a high sleeper to maximise floor space and available storage. Mid sleepers and high sleepers that incorporate essential storage and furniture reduce the need for additional furniture in your kids bedrooms. Meaning you can optimise how your kids use their room and incorporate more functional space whatever that need may be.
They might be able to play in their bedroom more...
It’s almost time for the clocks to change, the nights become lighter and days become longer, and most parents know that the change in clocks can often play havoc in a bedtime routine and getting kids to sleep on time. Kids have no ideas if they're coming or going as the routine they were used to has gone.
Keep to your routine
Don’t change anything just because the clocks have changed. It is important to stick to the routine you already have like clockwork. Homework, tea, bath, story time and lights out all need to continue at the same time.
Not only will this give you a bit of time on an evening but it will also ensure your little ones get the amount of sleep that they need before another busy day ahead.
Get beds they love
If your child loves their bed and the idea of bedtime then they are a lot more likely to get into bed each night and drift off. Whether it is a mid sleeper, in the style of a race car or princess bed or a bunk bed to share with siblings, knowing your kids want to go to bed is often half the battle.
Talk to them and find out what they’d love in their bedroom,...
Deciding between brands comes down to your specific requirements and the flexibility you have in your child’s bedroom. Whether that’s traditional single beds, sleek bunk beds or space-saving mid sleepers, both brands have a wide range of beds for every age and bedroom floor space. Here's a selection of just a few of our most popular Kids Beds brands we're lucky enough to stock at Kids Beds Online.
With over 80 years of experience designing and developing kids beds, Parisot beds will not only guarantee a quality product but that will be manufactured to the highest of standards. Founded in 1936, the French brand Parisot has grown to become an industry leader in producing children’s beds, ensuring each bed is designed to include fun alongside functional kids beds.
Parisot aims to design furniture that is highly versatile and adaptable to any child, yet also innovative and stylish. They have a wide range of durable mid sleepers, high sleepers and bunk beds with a wide range of colours and design features to choose from. Parisot’s selection of elegant French design brings a distinctive touch of style to any kid’s bedroom.
Julian Bowen has an enviable reputation for designing and building high-quality kids beds. Whether that’s traditional...
After over a year of chaos and constant disruption, we all deserve a rest and some relaxation time this Easter is a must. Relaxation for you and relaxation for your kids may have two completely different meanings, however, whatever you do, it doesn’t have to be stressful or expensive. We’ve pulled together some of our simple Easter holiday hacks for you to have a go out and enjoy yourself as a family.
Easter holiday couponing
With a lot of people still staying in the UK this year for holidays and trips away in comparison to pre-Covid years, days out and adventures will be a lot more popular. Before you go anywhere, have a quick search online and try to find a voucher before
setting out for the day. Whether it is 2 for 1, 25% off or kids eat for free, there should be a voucher out there to help you save a bit of money. Sometimes buying online rather than when you get to the location can often be cheaper and quicker too.
If you’re flexible on days and times there are loads of offers out there as businesses are trying to make up for many months without trade due to the pandemic....