Decorate your child's bedroom in a way that makes her happy, at ease and promotes creative play. Focus on creating a room that is attractive and functional. Dressers and bookcases are essential for any bedroom; be it the master bedroom or the children's bedroom. Dressers are available for all age groups. While choosing a dresser for your child's room, consider where it will be placed and for what purpose it will be used.
Shape and Size
Select a dresser for your child's room after measuring the space available. For a large room, opt for broad dressers like an armoire or dressers with multiple drawers. If you have a modest space, opt for a vertical dresser in neutral shades like white or beige.
When choosing a dresser for your child, ensure that it does not have any sharp edges. Opt for baby furniture with rounded edges. You can also baby-proof sharp edges with tape or padded cushions.
Another important aspect to consider is storage. The storage requirement depends on the age of your child. If you have an infant, opt for dressers that can turn into a changing table and have multiple drawers. If you have a toddler or preteen, opt for dressers with a mirror and larger drawers to accommodate toys, clothes and books.
Every child has their favorite stories that they love to read or listen to night after night. If your child loves to read or if you want to inculcate the habit of reading in your child, opt for bookcases. By having a special spot in the room for books, you can emphasize the importance of books to your child.
Bookcases make essential furniture for a bedroom or playroom. It is advisable to opt for a bookcase of your child's height to ensure safety and convenience. Children's bookcases come in various themes and styles. Take a pick from themes like princess, flowers, astronaut and Wild West bookcases. When books are displayed in a decorative way, they appeal to children even more. If you want to encourage your child to read, select a bookcase constructed with an all-wood frame or a wood-frame with fabric pockets, designed to show the front-cover of a book to attract the attention of the little readers. Kids' bookshelves with soft, canvas pockets are perfect to store books of all shapes and sizes.
Help your child learn the importance of organization by teaching them to take care of their books and belongings by storing them in bookcases and dressers.