Parents of multiple children also often gravitate to custom beds, since a lot of commercial furniture designed for two or more children tends to be bulky and unattractive. Most regular metal-tube bunk beds look very out of place in princess rooms, but customized kids theme beds can incorporate bunks and loft beds with ease, and still fit a room's décor. Parents of single children with a lot of friends get a lot of use out of beds in the loft style, since the space left under the bed itself can provide a small study or play area. Some custom beds include doors and windows, which turn beds into play castles in princess rooms, and a bunk into an island tree house for a boys pirate ship room. For this reason, they're also useful for decorating rooms without a lot of space for extra furniture- some custom bed designs can incorporate the functions of a bed, desk, dresser, and bookshelves in one piece of furniture, and still leave room for a small play area.
He's no infant anymore. He's toddling around now and outgrowing clothes faster than you can acquire them. Your little boy is growing up into quite the big boy now, and that means it will soon be time to move him from his crib to a big boy bed. How best to make that transition in a way that's most comfortable, supportive, nurturing, and above all effective is the subject of this article.
Take into consideration how long you want to use this bedding. To get the most "bang for your buck", use themes and colors that are lasting and will grow with your baby boy's development. For instance, the sports theme mentioned above. Try to avoid themes such as, nursery rhymes, these have a "short shelf life". Just my opinion.
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