Unique Designer Childrens Bedroom Furniture
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How much furniture do you have in your room as a child? I suspect that if you are a child from the 60s, 70s or 80s, your bedroom will be what we now consider ‘minimalist’. The furniture, if purchased newly comes in a white MDF flat package that never lasts more than a year, but more often than we end up sharing one wardrobe between six and only having one drawer. This recycling attitude has been revitalized since the recession.
Furniture is no longer thrown into leaps to make way for new, now revamped and rejuvenated thanks to all DIY programs during the day. But maybe we also understand the value of good furniture and more willing to buy high quality furniture that we can pass from generation to generation. Today’s modern furniture designers will surely arrive at the Antiques Roadshow event tomorrow.
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Designer Childrens Bedroom Furniture
So you do not just buy furniture, you buy an investment. Now if you are going to invest something that you will do in your research first and take the time to make such an important decision. The same applies to furniture designers, you need to take the time to choose the right pieces (or pieces if you feel a little flush!) That will make you proud to be in your child’s room. So what to watch out for in designer children’s furniture.
>>Perhaps the most important consideration – make sure your child likes the piece! There is no point investing in a £ 1,000 bookshelf if your child hates it and refuses to use it.
>> Do not ever think that it must be immortal, often inspirational and strange designs are the best pieces to look for because they will soon be considered ‘retro’
>> Do not choose something soft so your child is too paranoid to use, furniture is meant to be fun, to use and play.
>> No need to match. If there is one room in the house where you can go by picking and mixing the furniture in the children’s room.
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