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Web Exclusive | February 2015

5 funky beds for kids rooms

While designing a kids room it is imperative to not just utilize the space in an optimum manner to provide enough space for play, study, storage, etc, but it is also important to create a space the child can relate to. It’s probably the first space a child takes ownership of, and choosing the right furniture for this could be quiet tricky. With beds being the most important element in kid’s rooms, we bring to you 5 beds from Peek-a-boo Patterns that are unusual yet functional.

Ideal for a girl's room, this multipurpose bed converts in a cosy seater when required. Add to that ample of strorage space, this bed made of high quality wood, with headrests on 2 sides and child friendly fixtures is sure to add of sense of pride to any daughter's room!
Designed for a pair of girls who like to be break the cliché of pink, this twin bed is girly yet provides scope to grow with the girls. Its L shaped layout ensures privacy and at the same time, offers bonding opportunities to the occupants. Made of high quality wood with a smooth paint finish and child friendly fixtures, this one is idea for small rooms.
For all those with a tangy taste, this one is an extension of a baby?s cot. Suspended with strings, this bed made with rubber wood with high gloss pain finish is for an adventurous child!
For those looking to create a space that will evolve as the child grows, a neutral colour bed in a wood and white combination is ideal. A bunk bed makes it adventurous while the premium laminate finish and white gloss paint ensures that the bed is easy to clean and maintain.
If you are looking for style, function and creativity, this bunk bed combined with a library is the right choice for you. It?s a space saver too, giving all required shelving space, relaxing space and recreation space for the kids.
For details visit www.peekaboopatterns.com
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