Parents of special needs kids have complained for years that the only beds available to their children have been cribs and not beds. Not only are special needs cribs expensive and ugly, but they can also be humiliating and disempowering for special needs kids older than toddler age who have enough to work through already without also having a bedroom that makes them feel like they're still an infant. Other past attempts at special needs beds just look like stalls and hospital beds, none of which inspire any sort of delight in the child forced to sleep there.
If you wish, you can keep his bedding the same for a while, to give him the comforting feeling of some sort of continuity in the transition. Or you can have brand new custom bedding designed to match the theme of his big boy bed. Which option is best depends really on the child.
A small room calls for practicality, but don't let that cramp your style, there are plenty of funky and inspired ideas for décor and furnishings if you do some research. Only invest in products that serve a useful purpose such as a bed, wardrobes, a chest of drawers and a mirror. What else do you actually need?
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