By Tallis Carressa. Bedding. Published at Saturday, June 23rd, 2018 - 09:29:25 AM.
Every parent with more than one child must face this problem at one time or another, and even single children would not be happy using the same furniture all their lives! Children's bedroom furniture changes as they age and you must prepare and budget for it. You can bribe them to an extent by purchasing a sofa bed that can be used for sleepovers, although that is not always an acceptable solution to an age-old problem.
Certain other choice accessories added to the bedroom decor can complement the princess castle bed and accentuate the feeling of being treated like a lady. For example, no proper lady would be without a dressing table, or at least a glamorous wardrobe or dresser befitting a lady and a well-lighted mirror for her to properly primp in front of. A bedside table or nightstand is also an elegant and luxurious touch for a little girl - and one that can easily be built into the design of the princess bed itself.
There are many bedroom furniture suppliers that manufacture sleigh beds in addition to Nichols and Stone. Stickley furniture itself offers a number, including the magnificent Tribeca King sleigh bed in a number of sizes, including the King size at 79.5 inches wide by 96.5 inches long, with and without the footboard.
Next you'll want to choose a fabric. This depends a lot on the preferences of the child you're designing for. Some like softer fabrics while others want something crisper. Take the climate into account as well. In an area where you have warm summers and mild winters, you won't have to worry about this as much. However, in a place that's hot or cool year round, you'll want to plan for this in your bedding. Use thick, insulating fabrics like wool and flannel where it remains cold all year. In warm climates, satin and cotton are good.
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