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Unlike an adult bedroom, where relaxation is key, a kids’ bedroom is constantly full of energy. A children’s room needs to be equipped to handle any and all activities, including sleeping, coloring, doing homework, roughhousing with friends and playing with toys. Accommodating so much can be a challenge, especially when so many bedrooms are far from spacious. To find room for the mini table and chairs, dresser, toy chest and kids’ bed, some serious organization needs to take place; even nurseries, with their changing table, baby swing, cribs and rocking chair, can be quite daunting. Make everything fit by strategically filling every inch with just-right furniture pieces for the right price. More 
Extra Changing Pad Topper, Soft White
$29 More Colors
Having a stash of soft and quilted changing pads is a must for every changing station. Whether rolled up in your diaper bag or stashed under the changing table, these stylish toppers will give you a clean and quick place to change baby's diaper.
“baby” — parkla01
Red, Blue, Green and Brown, Foliage Leaves Contemporary Upholstery Fabric By The
$45.89 $50.99 More Sizes
This contemporary upholstery jacquard fabric is great for all indoor uses. This material is uniquely designed and durable. If you want your furniture to be vibrant, this is the perfect fabric! Pattern Number: P202002 Durability: heavy duty Contents: cotton, woven polyester and rayon Pattern Direction: shown not railroaded (up the roll), but non-directional Repeat: horizontal: ...More
“living room colors” — godingkitchen
DaVinci Porter 4-in-1 convertible Crib in Cherry Including Toddler Rails
Da Vinci - Cribs - M8501C - Crafted as meticulously as all DaVinci products are the Porter Crib will keep your baby safe in his slumber. With easy conversions the crib turns into a toddler bed daybed and full size bed when your baby is ready. Its sturdiness and classic lines are sure to make the Porter the centerpiece of your nursery. Available in cherry espresso and white. ...More
Devon Changer
Maybe it's time to change things up with a contemporary changer that sports clean lines and contrasting colors. The top surface has plenty of space for changing your little one, while the three drawers will hold all of the necessities. It can also serve as a dresser as your child gets older.
“clean” — nfraney27
Vitra Eames Elephant
$330 More Colors
Designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1945 but never before put into production, this playful pachyderm is constructed of durable plastic. Add a whimsical stool or tiny table to your child's bedroom, or put in the playroom to encourage elephant rides! This lightweight piece can easily be carried to the backyard for an insta-picnic.
“table” — paezhj
Kalaheo Print Fabric, Sulphur
$79 $104.00 More Colors
2 YARD MINIMUM ORDER This F. Schumacher pattern Kalaheo Print is by Trina Turk. Fabric Content - 100% Acrylic Vertical Repeats - 27" Horizontal Repeats - 27" Width - 54"
Green, Yellow and Red, Geometric Striped Contemporary Upholstery Fabric By The Y
$45.89 $50.99 More Sizes
This contemporary upholstery jacquard fabric is great for all indoor uses. This material is uniquely designed and durable. If you want your furniture to be vibrant, this is the perfect fabric! Pattern Number: P001002 Durability: heavy duty Contents: woven polyester Pattern Direction: shown not railroaded (up the roll), but non-directional Repeat: horizontal: 5" x vertical 5.5"
“upholstery kitchen chairs” — newdigs1965
MLB Detroit Tigers Baseball Set of 2 Logo Pillow Cases
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FEATURES: *Two MLB Detroit Tigers standard pillowcases. *Genuine licensed merchandise. *Machine washable *Standard pillowcase. Goes with any size bed! *Super-soft microfiber! CONTENTS: *Two standard pillowcases, finished size 20 x 30 inches (51 x 76 cm).��
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Place furniture along the room’s perimeter.

In a kids’ room, the floor is valuable play space, so avoid taking up too much of it by setting furniture against the walls. Dressers, toy chests and kids’ beds or cribs are easy, but leave a little extra space for a rocking chair or glider. Don’t forget about using your wall, either; wall organizers are great for storing things, and tall cubbies make use of vertical space. For the child who loves to roll around on the floor, find a kid-friendly rug that’s colorful, fun and, above all, easy to spot clean and wash.

Use plenty of baskets, bins and boxes for toy storage.

Those toys can easily get out of hand, so prevent a pileup by keeping baskets and boxes handy. Wood or plastic storage bins in built-in cubbies are a great way to stay organized, and toy chests make cleanup a breeze. To make your job easier, teach your child what goes where and get him or her to help out when it’s time to put toys away.

Create a child-friendly workspace.

Whether they’re doing their homework, painting a picture or building a new toy, children need a sturdy surface for work and play. Invest in a kid-friendly table and chairs, and keep the space clean by placing organizers nearby to house crafts and office supplies.

Bring in fun, kid-friendly colors.

By nature, a kids’ room should be full of bright, vibrant colors, so use playful bedding, curtains, rugs and paint to get there. Stuffed animals and oversize pillows make a room feel cozier, and mobiles and wall decals are great accessories for either a child's room or a nursery. If your child is old enough, have him or her help pick the colors (and don’t worry so much if they clash).

Buy furniture that will last.

Children grow up way too fast, but make sure they don’t outgrow their furniture as fast as they outgrow their clothes. Although you want to avoid furniture that’s too big, some pieces, especially organizers, should last throughout childhood. Despite its size, a smaller dresser should have sufficient space from infancy to the middle school years, and storage containers for toys and accessories shouldn’t be a problem. If you buy durable, quality furniture the first time, you will likely save money in the long run and reuse it if and when any siblings come along.
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