Cute daybed for kids

In the living room it seems natural to have a sofa. This is because it’s usually a place designed for interaction and socialization. Also, most sofas can also be turned into beds in case you need an extra spot. When you think about it, the kids’ room is similar to this one.
During the day they need a place to play, do homework, hang out with friends while during the night the room turns into a bedroom. So there has to be a way to make all this possible when choosing the furniture. The best solution would probably be to opt for a bed like this one.

The daybed is similar to a sofa and it’s as comfortable as a bed. Also, there’s an optional trundle that allows you to keep an extra bed underneath for the sleepovers. This one is not included. The bed is very durable and safe, with hand-applied finish that protects the wood.

The Daybed is a very good compromise for your little girl’s room. The design is very attractive and cute so I’m sure she’ll love it. This item is not available in stores but it can be purchased on macys.com. The dimensions of this beautiful piece of furniture are 88″W x 42″D x 40″H. First consult with your little girl before purchasing it just to be sure there are no problems.Available for 799$.



Published by in Kids, on June 16th, 2011

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