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Even though the size of my girls' room is good, I wanted to maximize space. I chose this loft bed for the right look at the right price.
Need a bedding set for the big sibling who has to share a room with their new baby brother or sister? This set is neutral and can lean toward a boy or girl with just a splash of color in some sheeting or pillows.
Whether you add a second twin below for a modern take on bunk beds, or add a desk, or leave the space open for spreading out toys, this loft bed adds great design to any kid's space. With a safe and sleek ladder system and storage on the end, this is may be all of the furniture you need in a small...
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Your little dancer will slip into bed with delight under this ballerina canopy. Hanging from the ceiling, this delicate lady showers over a simple bed, creating a wonderland and even eliminating the need for a headboard, if desired.
Turn your little girl's bed from a simple sleeping space to a wonderland. With the simple addition of this canopy, you can eliminate the need for a headboard while creating a delightful world for your daughter to play in.
How sweet is this setup? It makes my inner organization junkie go all gaga. My two oldest boys share a small room, and something like this would make the most of the available space. Look at all that storage — and the space for the computer!
I love this bed! It's for kids, but I know I'd find myself hanging out a bit more in my daughter's room if this were in it. The fun lines in vibrant colors and the giant reproductions of everyone's favorite childhood tools conjure up pure nostalgia about my creative primary-school days.
Tools of the Trade Twin Bed
This twin bed is such a super cool use of space. Sleek and condensed, this contemporary design offers a bench at the footboard, perfect for toys, books, or laying out tomorrow's clothes.
Your little girl loooooves pink and you're determined to give her pink. Well this velvet bedding will do it. With a quilt, skirt, pillow, and throw in varying shades of that bubble gum hue, your daughter will be delighted to go to bed on time, thank you very much.
Create your own custom look with these platform daybeds. They can be used alone or in a group of two or three to fill a room.
I think I would put a bed like this in my son's room because it's a great alternative to dressers, and it's a space saver. Gotta have room for the toys!
These pom pom pillow covers, which can be monogrammed, would be the perfect addition to a little one's room. I love the fun colors available.
I cannot get over how fun yet simple these modern yellow bunk beds are! These would be the perfect pièce de résistance for any guest or kids room.
Ikea's leaf canopy is still the best way to bring some bright green jungle time into your boring old kids' room. These things are large — I just want to snuggle underneath it with a stack of my girl's favorite books (and her!).
Löva Bed Canopy
Kids love polka dots because they're just so fun. Check out this polka dot bedding that comes in bold mix-and-match colors. It's great for younger kids, as well tweens and teens.
This bed's Swedish design is a classic, and like all good classics will continue to look good for years to come — essential for growing kids whose tastes are constantly changing.
This bedroom collection by Serena and Lily is nautical in all of the obvious ways, but oh so adorable!
If you have a dino lover, here's a fun tower of dinosaurs on a quilt from The Land of Nod. Plus, there are some great pillows for your future paleontologist to snuggle up with too.
Glow in the dark rocket flannel sheets? Yes, please! It doesn't get any better than this. I'd want these and I'm a girl — and a grownup.
I wish my budget was a wee bit bigger so that I could stock up on handmade duvet covers and pillow shams from Etsy seller Gatehouse Lane. This is pure, pink and peachy perfection!
This bedding feels youthful and fun, but it's versatile enough to stand-up to room evolution. It's just as good for a seven year-old as it is for a seventeen year-old!
Bring the enchantment of a treehouse indoors! A twin bed sits above an open play area to double the space in the room.
This bed is in a somewhat realistic price range, yet it still has that "spaceman swag." It's a bunk bed too, perfect for hours of imaginative fun and a good night's sleep.
I'm starting to think about toddler beds, and I love the idea of storage under the bed. I'd probably use the extra space for clothes that don't fit or are out of season.
This solar system quilt features our eight official planets orbiting the sun. (Sorry, Pluto.) But the bedding pays homage to the little dward planet with a throw pillow. This bedding is out of this world.
The ruffled tulle adds a little detail to the bed and makes the space under the bed available for hiding things away.
Your little robot is bound to love this bright vintage-inspired bedding. With crisp images and soft fabric construction, this 100% cotton percale will have your kid doing the robot out of sheer glee.
It’s OK for the kids to rock the boat in this bed! It's perfect for kids who want to pretend they’re sailing in the ocean, and at night, they can imagine the waves rocking them to sleep.
KidKraft Boat Toddler Bed
I'm drawn to color like a moth to a flame, so when I saw this kid's bed available in a rainbow of colors, I was sold. Now if only they made them in queen and king sizes for us older folks!
This guitar pillow will have your little band member air-guitaring with excitement. Measuring about 12 by 4 inches, this hand-embroidered pillow adds a funky homespun touch to a child's bed.
For a hint of elegance and the exotic, consider this pillow as an accent to your child' bedroom. The sheen of the fabric helps showcase the cool Mediterranean colors that will look great in any space.
Have your daughter begging for bedtime with this bright paisley bedding. Lush and soft as well as full of life, this quilt and sham can grow into a bigger girl's room.
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