Cute and playful bedding ideas for kids

Decorating a child’s room is a job full of contrasts. On one hand it’s fun because you get to work with bold colors and cute shapes and you remember how it’s like to be a kid again but, on the other hand, it’s also difficult because don’t care about all the functional aspects of the furniture and all they want is for it to look good. It’s why choosing a bed is usually such a big challenge. The answer to the problem is simple: consult the experts. In other words, talk to your kid.

Of course, when you find a bed that looks like this it’s useless to ask for a second opinion because you just know your kid will love it. These beds combine a series of awesome elements: first of all, they’re cute and cuddly so you know kids like them; also, they have a strong and durable construction so you know they’ll last. It’s the perfect combination of functional and playful elements.

The beds look like giant stuffed animals and, depending on what your kid likes most, you can either choose a giant T-rex or a snugly dog. They come in separate pieces: the head, two arms, two legs and a tail. Assembly is easy and a perfect opportunity to also get your kid involved in the process. So, as you can see, it’s useless to look elsewhere for answers when the Incredibeds offer you everything you were looking for. I guess this time getting into the belly of the beast is not a bad thing.



Published by in Interiors, on April 13th, 2010

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