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  • When should you move toddlers to big kids beds

    big kids beds

    As your baby grows many things will change, including their bed. But working out the correct time to make the change to a big kids bed, could seem like a daunting task. In actual fact, there is no set time that your child should make this move. It is roughly suggested that between 2 and 3 and a half years old is about the time to be thinking about the move.

     

    There are some circumstances that may accelerate this move, for example if your child is climbing out of the cot, if your child is toilet training then you may want them to be able to get to the toilet in the night should they need it or you may have a new baby who needs the cot. If the latter is true then moving children from their cots to big kids beds should be done a couple of months before the new arrival so that become accustomed to their new surroundings. Moreover, if there are any night time problems, hopefully they would be sorted before the new arrival requires your attention too.

     

    Some children will adjust easily to the change, however some may not, and as every child is different it is not easy to predict the outcome of the situation until you have given it a go. For first born children the change may come at a time when lots of other things are changing, such as potty training and going to nursery and so could seem a little over whelming, taking things in stages and not making these changes all at once may help here. For younger siblings, they may want to make the move from a cot to the big kids beds because they want to be like their brothers or sisters.

     

    One way to ease the transition is to try and keep their bedroom the same at first and place the bed in the same space that the cot was. Another method could be to allow your child to choose kids bedding where they can then pick a design that they want, whether its pirate or princess theme, giving in to their choice here may be a good idea over fighting them on it as it may make them resent the move as opposed to helping it. Finally, consider you childs bedroom and your upstairs area when making this move and prepare it for a little one possibly wandering around at night time. This may be a good time to think about a night light that your child can easily switch on.

     

    Kidzdens has a great range of kids beds in stock to meet your needs, also on the website you can find handy accessories such as kids bedding and night lights to help make your childs bedroom the perfect haven for them.

  • Top Tips for building children’s beds

    Modern flat-pack furniture is great for ease import and delivery, enabling manufacturers and retailers to keep costs down. But this also means that consumers often have to build furniture themselves, a task that many are unused to. Here are a few tips to take you through the process of building a children’s bed in a systematic way.


    1. Receiving delivery
    Check your parcels when they arrive. If they are damaged in any way, sign the delivery note as “damaged”, “box 1 damaged” etc. and tell the delivery driver you are doing so. If for some reason you are unable to check the parcels, sign the delivery note as “unchecked”. This covers you and the retailer against damages by the delivery company, and ensures you can get any replacement parts swiftly.
    If the parcels are clearly so damaged that the bed will be unusable, you are perfectly within your rights to refuse delivery.


    1. Have the right tools
    Knife – for opening packaging
    Hammer – usually needed for attaching hardboard cupboard backs
    Nail holder – I find it useful to have a small nail holder for aligning those short thin nails you often get in flat-pack furniture. It saves time and reduces the chance of bashed finger and thumbs. Annoyingly though I don’t know here to get hold of one; I got one free in some furniture once and it has served me well ever since, but I’ve never seen one for sale.

    Screwdriver – a multi-headed screwdriver with a range of heads is the best. Try to get hold of some allen key heads as well as normal flat and cross screwdriver heads

    Hand held drill – This is to be used in screwdriver mode to speed up the insertion of screws and bolts.

    It is best to have one with variable torque so you can set it to stop turning when it meets a certain level of resistance. This helps ensure you don’t over tighten bolts and risk damaging your bed.


    A few plastic boxes – a little thought about item, but can make life so much easier. When you first open your plastic bags full of screws, bolts and dowels they are usually in a jumble – if you quickly separate them into separate plastic boxes you can easily count them and easily find the ones you’re looking for at any point.


    2. Preparation: It’s tempting to just dive in, find the first board or leg of the bed, and start pushing in dowels and screws. But you’re better off taking your time and checking a few things before you start.


    Take care when opening packaging. I would advise trying to damage the boxes as little as possible in case you need to repackage the furniture for some reason. Also take care not to damage the furniture parts when using a knife.
    Count the boards and panels. Manufacturers have been known to make mistakes in packaging, although this is extremely rare these days. Identify the pieces on the instructions and place them in easy to reach positions out of the area where you will actually build your children’s bed.


    Check for damage. Even if the packaging doesn’t appear damaged it’s always worth checking each piece of wood. It can be a pain to have to wait for a replacement part, but it’s more of a pain to have a half-finished, unusable bed in your child’s room while you wait for that replacement.


    If you find damaged pieces, contact shop or website where you bought it and explain the situation. They will usually order a spare part to get to you as soon as possible. In the mean time you may still be able to build the bed with the damaged part as long as it doesn’t affect the safety of the child.


    Separate and identify the screws and bolts. Most flat-pack furniture has a wide range of screws, bolts and other attachments that make building a bed easy. But it’s important to ensure you know which ones are which, and it speeds things up if you have them in separate tubs from the start. Some beds we deal with can have 2 types of screw that are only a few mm different in length, so it’s better to have them in their own tubs from the start.


    Move packaging out of the way. Once you’ve catalogued your bed parts you should be able to clear the room of packaging to give you plenty of space to work in. I would advise you hang on to the packaging, at least until the bed is finished, in case you need to repackage some parts for any reason. Additionally, the packaging can be of use if you’re building the bed in a room with a wooden floor. Lay the large pieces of cardboard out to protect the floor from scratches as you build.


    3. Building: When it comes to actually building the bed it should be fairly obvious. Most instructions these days are pretty clear. However, with some imported furniture you may find instructions hard to follow or poorly translated.


    Follow the instructions properly. This may seem obvious, but people do phone us to say they’ve got the wrong pieces, only to read the instructions again and find they had made an incorrect assumption about what to do next.
    Check you have the right screws at all times. Again, seems obvious, but it can be frustrating to put 12 screws in, find you are four short but that there are sixteen of that other type of screw.


    Recruit help if necessary. Most builds for children’s beds can be done by one person. However there will be times when you need help to lift the bed upright or hold something in place while you screw it in. If in doubt, get someone to help. A dropped panel or bent bed leg can be a disaster.


    Don’t over-tighten screws. You can always tighten them later, but it’s hard to repair wood if you damage it
    And that’s it. I hope this helps from a practical point of view. It’s experience gained over a lot of bed builds and has served us well over the years.


    Modern flat-pack furniture is great for ease import and delivery, enabling manufacturers and retailers to keep costs down. But this also means that consumers often have to build furniture themselves, a task that many are unused to. Here are a few tips to take you through the process of building a children's bed in a systematic way.


    1. Receiving delivery
    • Check your parcels when they arrive. If they are damaged in any way, sign the delivery note as "damaged", "box 1 damaged" etc. and tell the delivery driver you are doing so. If for some reason you are unable to check the parcels, sign the delivery note as "unchecked". This covers you and the retailer against damages by the delivery company, and ensures you can get any replacement parts swiftly.
    • If the parcels are clearly so damaged that the bed will be unusable, you are perfectly within your rights to refuse delivery.


    2. Have the right tools
    • Knife - for opening packaging
    • Hammer - usually needed for attaching hardboard cupboard backs
    • Nail holder - I find it useful to have a small nail holder for aligning those short thin nails you often get in flat-pack furniture. It saves time and reduces the chance of bashed finger and thumbs. Annoyingly though I don't know here to get hold of one; I got one free in some furniture once and it has served me well ever since, but I've never seen one for sale.
    • Screwdriver - a multi-headed screwdriver with a range of heads is the best. Try to get hold of some allen key heads as well as normal flat and cross screwdriver heads
    • Hand held drill - This is to be used in screwdriver mode to speed up the insertion of screws and bolts. It is best to have one with variable torque so you can set it to stop turning when it meets a certain level of resistance. This helps ensure you don't over tighten bolts and risk damaging your bed.
    • A few plastic boxes - rarely considered as part of your DIY armoury, but can make life so much easier. When you first open your plastic bags full of screws, bolts and dowels they are usually in a jumble - if you quickly separate them into separate plastic boxes you can easily count them and find the ones you're looking for at any point.


    3. Preparation
    It's tempting to just dive in, find the first board or leg of the bed, and start pushing in dowels and screws. But you're better off taking your time and checking a few things before you start.
    • Take care when opening packaging. I would advise trying to damage the boxes as little as possible in case you need to repackage the furniture for some reason. Also take care not to damage the furniture parts when using a knife.
    • Count the boards and panels. Manufacturers have been known to make mistakes in packaging, although this is extremely rare these days. Identify the pieces on the instructions and place them in easy to reach positions out of the area where you will actually build your children's bed.
    • Check for damage. Even if the packaging doesn't appear damaged it's always worth checking each piece of wood. It can be a pain to have to wait for a replacement part, but it's more of a pain to have a half-finished, unusable bed in your child's room while you wait for that replacement.
    • If you find damaged pieces, contact shop or website where you bought it and explain the situation. They will usually order a spare part to get to you as soon as possible. In the mean time you may still be able to build the bed with the damaged part as long as it doesn't affect the safety of the child.
    • Separate and identify the screws and bolts. Most flat-pack furniture has a wide range of screws, bolts and other attachments that make building a bed easy. But it's important to ensure you know which ones are which, and it speeds things up if you have them in separate tubs from the start. Some beds we deal with can have 2 types of screw that are only a few mm different in length, so it's better to have them in their own tubs from the start.
    • Move packaging out of the way. Once you've catalogued your bed parts you should be able to clear the room of packaging to give you plenty of space to work in. I would advise you hang on to the packaging, at least until the bed is finished, in case you need to repackage some parts for any reason. Additionally, the packaging can be of use if you're building the bed in a room with a wooden floor. Lay the large pieces of cardboard out to protect the floor from scratches as you build.


    4. Building
    When it comes to actually building the bed it should be fairly obvious. Most instructions these days are pretty clear. However, with some imported furniture you may find instructions hard to follow or poorly translated.
    • Follow the instructions properly. This may seem obvious, but people do phone us to say they've got the wrong pieces, only to read the instructions again and find they had made an incorrect assumption about what to do next.
    • Check you have the right screws at all times. Again, seems obvious, but it can be frustrating to put 12 screws in, find you are four short but that there are sixteen of that other type of screw.
    • Recruit help if necessary. Most builds for children's beds can be done by one person. However there will be times when you need help to lift the bed upright or hold something in place while you screw it in. If in doubt, get someone to help. A dropped panel or bent bed leg can be a disaster.
    • Don't over-tighten screws. You can always tighten them later, but it's hard to repair wood if you damage it
    And that's it. I hope this helps from a practical point of view. It's experience gained over a lot of bed builds and has served us well over the years.


    Modern flat-pack furniture is great for ease import and delivery, enabling manufacturers and retailers to keep costs down. But this also means that consumers often have to build furniture themselves, a task that many are unused to. Here are a few tips to take you through the process of building a children's bed in a systematic way.


    1. Receiving delivery

    • Check your parcels when they arrive. If they are damaged in any way, sign the delivery note as "damaged", "box 1 damaged" etc. and tell the delivery driver you are doing so. If for some reason you are unable to check the parcels, sign the delivery note as "unchecked". This covers you and the retailer against damages by the delivery company, and ensures you can get any replacement parts swiftly.
    • If the parcels are clearly so damaged that the bed will be unusable, you are perfectly within your rights to refuse delivery.

    2. Have the right tools

    • Knife - for opening packaging
    • Hammer - usually needed for attaching hardboard cupboard backs
    • Nail holder - I find it useful to have a small nail holder for aligning those short thin nails you often get in flat-pack furniture. It saves time and reduces the chance of bashed finger and thumbs. Annoyingly though I don't know here to get hold of one; I got one free in some furniture once and it has served me well ever since, but I've never seen one for sale.
    • Screwdriver - a multi-headed screwdriver with a range of heads is the best. Try to get hold of some allen key heads as well as normal flat and cross screwdriver heads
    • Hand held drill - This is to be used in screwdriver mode to speed up the insertion of screws and bolts. It is best to have one with variable torque so you can set it to stop turning when it meets a certain level of resistance. This helps ensure you don't over tighten bolts and risk damaging your bed.
    • A few plastic boxes - rarely considered as part of your DIY armoury, but can make life so much easier. When you first open your plastic bags full of screws, bolts and dowels they are usually in a jumble - if you quickly separate them into separate plastic boxes you can easily count them and find the ones you're looking for at any point.

    3. Preparation

    It's tempting to just dive in, find the first board or leg of the bed, and start pushing in dowels and screws. But you're better off taking your time and checking a few things before you start.

    • Take care when opening packaging. I would advise trying to damage the boxes as little as possible in case you need to repackage the furniture for some reason. Also take care not to damage the furniture parts when using a knife.
    • Count the boards and panels. Manufacturers have been known to make mistakes in packaging, although this is extremely rare these days. Identify the pieces on the instructions and place them in easy to reach positions out of the area where you will actually build your children's bed.
    • Check for damage. Even if the packaging doesn't appear damaged it's always worth checking each piece of wood. It can be a pain to have to wait for a replacement part, but it's more of a pain to have a half-finished, unusable bed in your child's room while you wait for that replacement.
    • If you find damaged pieces, contact shop or website where you bought it and explain the situation. They will usually order a spare part to get to you as soon as possible. In the mean time you may still be able to build the bed with the damaged part as long as it doesn't affect the safety of the child.
    • Separate and identify the screws and bolts. Most flat-pack furniture has a wide range of screws, bolts and other attachments that make building a bed easy. But it's important to ensure you know which ones are which, and it speeds things up if you have them in separate tubs from the start. Some beds we deal with can have 2 types of screw that are only a few mm different in length, so it's better to have them in their own tubs from the start.
    • Move packaging out of the way. Once you've catalogued your bed parts you should be able to clear the room of packaging to give you plenty of space to work in. I would advise you hang on to the packaging, at least until the bed is finished, in case you need to repackage some parts for any reason. Additionally, the packaging can be of use if you're building the bed in a room with a wooden floor. Lay the large pieces of cardboard out to protect the floor from scratches as you build.

    4. Building

    When it comes to actually building the bed it should be fairly obvious. Most instructions these days are pretty clear. However, with some imported furniture you may find instructions hard to follow or poorly translated.

    • Follow the instructions properly. This may seem obvious, but people do phone us to say they've got the wrong pieces, only to read the instructions again and find they had made an incorrect assumption about what to do next.
    • Check you have the right screws at all times. Again, seems obvious, but it can be frustrating to put 12 screws in, find you are four short but that there are sixteen of that other type of screw.
    • Recruit help if necessary. Most builds for children's beds can be done by one person. However there will be times when you need help to lift the bed upright or hold something in place while you screw it in. If in doubt, get someone to help. A dropped panel or bent bed leg can be a disaster.
    • Don't over-tighten screws. You can always tighten them later, but it's hard to repair wood if you damage it

    And that's it. I hope this helps from a practical point of view. It's experience gained over a lot of bed builds and has served us well over the years.

  • Kids beds from KidzDens, you won’t have any problems getting them to go to bed!

    kids beds

    There's no doubt that the favourite kids beds at KidzDens are bunk beds! Children love bunk beds, they're lots of fun for the children, and there's a stack of reasons why you should consider buying some bunk beds for your brood.


    Why do children love bunks? Because bunks are fun. Children often make bunks into imaginary play areas and treat them as their own little den or hideaway, from a pirate ship or maybe a princess' castle? There's so many things that a child can do with a bunk bed that they can't do with a regular bed. Hang a sheet from the top bunk and you've got a house or a dungeon.


    Kids beds from KidzDens are sociable. Children love to sleep close together, it gives them a sense of familiarity, and it gives that comfort factor when it's dark, windy, or raining - somebody else is just above or below.


    Parents love bunk beds too. Two children in one little bedroom would be crammed if two standard kids beds were present but when bunks are utilised, only one bed space is used up but two children can be accommodated. If you've got more kids than bedrooms buy a bunk bed instead of a new house, it's way cheaper. And the kids will love it too, rather than complain as they would if you tried to squeeze a second bed into a little bedroom.


    There are some people who believe that bunk beds are dangerous, but there is no evidence to support this whatsoever. If children are careful and sensible and the dos and don’t are correctly explained there is no reason for bunk beds to case any problems. In fact it’s probably more dangerous waking down the street or walking down the stairs.


    Bunks also look really good, whereas regular beds are merely a platform to carry a mattress. At KidzDens we have many different varieties of kids beds not just bunks, we stock a huge range of styles and colours. Make your childrens dream come true this Christmas and get a bed from us, see our online range today.



  • Quality kids beds won’t help them sleep.

    kids beds

    Whilst we accept that new babies are prone to waking up in the night, once children gets to a certain age, adults fairly reasonably begin to hope they’ll start to get a full night’s sleep again...  One day…  Please?  At Kidzdens, we empathise with the dread of sleep deprivation but we are also well aware that parents are often their own worst enemies when it comes to helping their kids beds get a full night’s use!  Here we’re going to take a look at how to break the cycle and help the whole family, children included.


    Generally after about 3 months, your child can hold enough food in their belly not to be hungry overnight.  Thereafter, any wakefulness is a consequence of habit and, in lots of cases, our babies not having picked up the requisite “falling asleep” skills, when they’re tucked up in their kids beds. And if this is the case then, unfortunately, us parents are reaping what we’ve sown for it is usually the case that the very strategies you rely on - jiggling, nursing, singing, etc – are those that your baby becomes reliant on every time his sleep cycle brings him into a light sleep state; and so you’ll be obliged to jiggle, suckle, etc every 90 minutes or so throughout the night.


    So, clearly, you need to encourage your baby to pick up healthy sleep habits. Ensuring they’re awake when you put them into your beds for kids is central. If they fuss or cry, engage and comfort them but always return to the kids beds awake. Your babies will gradually learn to comfort themselves to sleep.


    As they get older, the issue becomes less about whether they can fall asleep and more about their conscious desire to be there in the first place.  Creating an environment that they want to be in becomes crucial, with childrens furniture that is the right size for them and is decorated with colours and characters that they love will help children establish a direct causal connection between their bed and comfort.


    Kidzdens have a fantastic array of kids beds, kids bedding and accessories along with broader ranges of childrens furniture that will ensure your kids love their bedroom and love spending time there.  Making sure they can get to sleep once they’re in there, however, is of course down to teaching them the skills to help themselves.



  • Kids beds: Why not double their fun with kids bunk beds?

    kids beds

    There are many versions of kids beds but to save and create space we at Kidzdens believe kids bunk beds are the best way to make this space as well as creating enjoyment for the kids.

     

    Bunk beds are ideal kids beds and are also the perfect sleeping setup for small rooms. Instead of having two single beds taking up twice the amount of space on the floor, you have two beds in one space in the bedroom which creates more space for other furniture to go into your child’s room. This also means more space for you and your children to bond and play in their rooms, which helps a family come closer together.

     

    For children, they are exciting as well as extraordinarily fun and also the perfect addition to any child’s bedroom as they can have friends stopping over and not creating too much hassle for the parents.

     

    Kids beds can be all fun and games for kids, but some parents may feel that kids bunk beds are a hazard.  As a concerned parent, they may consider some safety concerns and issues in themselves. As children will climb on them, there is the potential that children could fall from a height.  However, bunk beds have been redesigned over the years and modern models have side panels to protect your child from falling from a height.

     

    Kids beds also have a vital part to play in the growth of your child as having a correctly sized bed allows the child to stretch and move during the night.  If a child’s bed is too small, this could cause loss of sleep for the child as they won’t be able to fully extend their bodies.  As we all know children grow rapidly so it is important that you consider this when you buy childrens bedroom furniture.

     

    Here at kidzdens we have found a way to aid children’s growth as well as turning them into adventurous kids by creating new opportunities for them to grow as people as well.  Also by opting for kids bunk beds, you provide the opportunity for children to use rest of their room to play games with the family as well as with their friends. Come and check out our fantastic range of beds and bedding today.

  • Kids beds: Not a Simple Choice

    kids bed

    Kids beds are one of the most intricate furniture in a family home; it needs to be attractive enough so that it may lure your child to use it. It should be safe enough so that the parents feel confident about the kid’s wellbeing during the night. This is particularly true, when your little one makes the move to sleeping alone. These kids’ products, in the long run, have to be ergonomically designed, so that it will create a correct environment for your child to relax properly while sleeping. Good kids beds will provide maximum support, so that it aids in the development of the spine and other vital bones for the correct physical development of your child. Your child’s first bed is a place for them to play, to read and to sleep on their own and this is the first spot where they can make their own exclusive world. In this aspect a kid’s bed plays a significant role in the growing phase.


    KidzDens offer a large selection of beds specifically designed for children. They have kid’s furniture from world leading children’s furniture manufacturers such as Thuka and Stompa.  Beds for kids are mostly popular with woods or with metals. Both the variants are equally popular and it depends on the discretion of the parents to opt for a particular type. This decision is totally related to your specific child and their needs.


    Bunks beds are one of the most popular variants of kids beds that are available from KidzDens made with wood or metal. In wooden varieties, oak and pine woods are commonly used for making the kids bed. These wooden items are available with different colours and with different colour mattresses which seem attractive for the kids as well as adding to the colour shades making the room ambience bright which is again stimulating for your kid. These bunk beds for kids are available in 2ft 6 inches sizes to 3 ft sizes with multiple variants. The best advantage of bunk beds is suitable for tots’ to teens’ and as such is a long wearing piece of furniture that hardly requires changing.


    The likes and dislikes of a growing boy commonly differ from those of a growing girl. Therefore, keeping this change of preferences in view, bed manufacturers have introduced different bedding arrangement for girls and boys, respectively
    It is always wise to make the purchase of beds from a reliable online store because a reputed store stands reliable in terms of quality of products and timely delivery of the purchased items. The KidzDens online store, they offer a range versatile stock including kids beds and kids bedidng; you will not be disappointed.




  • Beds for kids: Need not cost a fortune

    best beds for kids

    At Kidzdens we offer beds for kids that won’t break the bank. We all want what’s best for our little ones, this include proving a sleeping solution that provide the support that they need. Kids beds are different than adults beds in several respects. As we all know the one thing that children do constantly is grow. With the majority of this growth occurring at night, beds for kids need to be durable. There are many beds, out there that claim to be designed for kids, which carry a hefty price tag. The key thing to look for is the potential longevity of a piece of childrens furniture. Good beds for kids, have features that can be altered to create a longer lasting bed. For example take the design leading Thuka range that has the ability to change from a den like play area to a space for a desk or sofa. This flexibility allows it to make the transition from a young child’s bed to a bed for a school child.


    This additional longevity in beds for kids should be taken into account when pricing your new bed. While it may be tempting to go for a basic model, you may fall victim to the “buy cheap, buy twice” scenario. For example if the cheap kids bed is not durable enough and gets broken you will have to replace it.  Another example is buying a cheaper bed with fewer features over a multi-purpose bed that will last twice as long in terms of functionality.  Choosing a kids bed from Kidzdens extensive range of childrens furniture and you can be guaranteed that you are investing in a piece of quality kit. We stock pieces from the best designers across the world such as Kidsaw, stompa and Kipling. This helps to ensure that we have all the latest trends and designs to make your little ones room perfect. Why not check out our range of cabin beds, which are perfect for smaller bed rooms.  With a built in storage area underneath the bed area, there is no excuse for your children not to tidy up their clothes and toys.




  • Help me find a bed for kids that will get my kids to sleep at night

    kids beds

    Many parents have the problem of getting their kids to bed at night and here at KidzDens we believe that having a good bed for kids will get them to sleep properly at night. Some kids might play up and cry just so that they can stay up longer. Getting your child into a bed for kids that is comfortable and fun may solve this problem.


    Some children don’t like to go to bed before their Mum or Dad or older brothers or sisters. Some children see this as a punishment and start to cry so that they can stay up later. Buying a bed for kids from KidzDens is a great idea as we have plenty of fun and exciting beds for kids. For a child who is fascinated with football, not being able to stay up and watch football is upsetting for them. We have a bed for kids that is suitable for kids who love football. You may want to look at our range of single beds that have a football as the headboard, which might settle your child down at night time. Maybe your child wants to stay up at night to watch racing cars? We also have a range of single beds and midsleepers that are designed like racing cars.


    Comfortable beds for kids are essential so that your kids get a good night sleep and aren’t tired before school in the morning. We have a wide range of top quality beds and kids bedding sure to make your kids comfortable and excited about going to sleep at night. Reading a bed time story with your kids can get them to sleep at night in their bed for kids from KidzDens. This will settle them down, ready for a good sleep before school.


    Get your child into a bedtime routine so that they will look forward to getting into their bed for kids. You may want to have a look at the range of midsleeper beds at KidzDens that are fun and exciting. Midsleepers are similar to a bunk bed for kids but they are smaller and fitted with more safety precautions. For a wide range of beds for kids and kids bedding visit KidzDens product pages now.




  • Great ideas for kids beds are available at KidzDens!

    kids beds

    At KidzDens you will find a great range of kids beds for you to choose from. If you are in need of ideas to make your childs bedroom a wonderful haven, then take a look at the variety of kids beds available from KidzDens.


    A bed is an important part of a childs bedroom, as it is the place that they need to feel the safest in order to get all of the sleep that they need. As children grow they need to keep their energy levels up for daytime activities such as school and so on. If your child is still young then looking at junior beds is a great way to encourage them to sleep in their own bed without making the full jump to a single bed. Junior beds which can also be referred to as shorty beds, come in a multitude of styles, your child could be sleeping in a race car for example or even in a digger! If this does not appeal to you then there are also midsleepers which are a great storage solution available in the “shorty” style, alternatively there are also classic beds from Thuka to suit your needs.

     

    Single beds also come in a variety of styles, where your child could be sleeping in a fire engine for example, or have a pink bed if your little one is crazy for pink. As mentioned, kids beds can also be great storage solutions! If your child requires more space in their room or a place to do homework, (so that the kitchen table is free for meal times!) then midsleepers are an excellent choice. This is also a great choice if your child does not want to sleep too high up. These kids beds also offer excellent storage space as your childs possessions seem to expand exponentially as they grow.

     

    Highsleepers are also great kids beds, especially if your children are that little bit older, as they create much more storage space for computer desks, even spare beds for when your childrens friends stay over. Highsleepers are so great they can even fit a wardrobe underneath them if your teenager is struggling to find room for all of those must have items of clothing! If you would like to see all that KidzDens has to offer, click the following link; KidzDens.


  • Finding kids beds inspired by football

    football theme

    The new Premiership Football League is nearly upon us. Supermarkets are stocking up on merchandise, ticket sales are increasing and the TV adverts are becoming more frequent. People are getting in the zone ready for a new season with new players and it’s not just the adults that are getting excited it’s the kids too!

    At KidzDens we have a range of kids beds that are designed with football in mind to get your kids into the football season. All our kids beds that are inspired by football, aren’t designed with a specific club’s logo on so that they will last for the long term, especially as children tend to change which team they support dependant on who’s winning. With the Premiership just about to start, the team leading the League will constantly be changing.

     

    Our football kids beds are made by leading companies Thuka, Julian Bowen and Kidsaw. All of our kids beds are competitively priced and are perfect for your little ones with an interest in football. All of our kids beds are extremely safe for your kids, meaning that those budding footballers can get a good night sleep!

     

    You may want to get stickers to match your kids beds. All of our stickers are easy to use and easy to remove. They will brighten up any kids room. Our stickers will change any child’s room into a football haven, perfect for the new season. If you don’t fancy sticking any stickers on your walls, then maybe you might like a football inspired mirror to match your football kids beds. Our mirrors are shaped like a football for all budding football stars. Maybe it isn’t stickers or mirrors that you are looking for to match your kids beds it is childrens bedroom furniture. Finding childrens bedroom furniture that will match your kids beds can be tricky, but if you come to the KidzDens website we have plenty of football kids beds that match with football furniture. You can choose from football shaped chairs and tables shaped like a football pitch or maybe you are looking for a chest of drawers incorporated with the football theme. All of this and more can be found with the KidzDens website.


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