Children's furniture is not easy for adults to select, and when choosing your kid's furniture it is important to get their input. If you expect them to live with it for a few years, then at least allow them to have some say in what you buy for them. Even if they can't get exactly what they want, at least they will have had some input.
Their age will have a lot to do with it of course, and while you could certainly get away with choosing children's furniture for your 3-year-old, you would never get away with it for your teenage daughter! In between 3 and 13 – well, it's up to you, but you would be well advised to get them involved from 7 years old at the latest – perhaps earlier depending on their maturity. You can buy children's furniture at www.officelogixshop.com/.
What you should keep in mind is that once you let them have a say in their furniture, they will also want to choose their clothes, and their newfound freedom of choice might even extend to having Big Macs or KFC every day rather than 'sensible' food! So be tactful, and explain that they are having a say, but you will make the final choice (ho-ho!).
So maybe you should forget that and just make the choice – then ask your kids for their approval. That's probably the least stressful way for you to choose your children's furniture. That agreed, what options do you have with kids' furniture. What can you offer them that they will accept and think you are the best parent in the world?
Children's Furniture: The Problems
We will generally be talking bedroom furniture here, although they might want their own chair or small sofa in the living room. However, focus on the bedroom and worry about the rest later.
Kids Furniture Options
Storage is essential for kids of any age, whether they are 2, 12, or 22! You have two types of storage, and perhaps three: their clothing, their 'stuff', and perhaps also bedding – spare sheets, pillow cases, and so on. That doesn't have to be stored in their room and is generally best left out of the equation.