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.
It is a skill we do not want to lose, so it is good to see British bed making heritage being looked after so well. The truth is, whatever theme you can think of, there is likely to be a childrens bed maker that can produce a good looking bed that will make a child's room look attractive and perhaps have the added benefit of making the child want to go to bed early - very important these days when us parents are run off our feet at work and indeed at home!
Wooden beds are most common but are also considered as much more stylish in recent years with many styles such as Nordic beds and Asian inspired platform beds being the recent trends that a lot of UK sleepers have chosen. Darker woods like Ash have become very popular in recent years whilst cheaper wooden furniture such as pine wood can be good for getting matching drawers, wardrobes and bed side cabinets too
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