On the opposite end of the whimsical kids' room from the bunk beds, a toddler bed is nestled. Complete with its own orange teepee, this area creates a space that is perfect for big kids and little kids alike.
As seen on HGTV’s House Hunters Renovation, gray and orange bedding in a merry mix of graphic prints makes this kid's bed cute in the chic-est possible way! Bed: Baby Relax Cruz Grey Toddler Bed; Pillow: Wally Whale Shaped Decorative Throw Pillow both provided by Overstock.com.
With a crib and changing table on one side of the space, this built-in toddler bed adds a place for an older sibling to comfortably enjoy a new room with the new baby. Shelves on either side of the bed and drawers below add storage for toys and clothes, giving the big kid a corner of the room that is all his own.
This toddler bed has been customized with a sprayed violet paint finish. To give basic bedding a designer update, decorative trim was added to the pillows and a duvet cover, originally picked up from a big-box retail store. Hardy Crystorama pendant lights shaped as bouquets of roses were installed in the ceiling above plastic nightstands.
Toddler-size bunk beds are an excellent space-saving furniture option for children under the age of seven. Thinner and less wide than twin-size beds, toddler-size beds use up less space, thus allowing extra chairs or tables to fit into the room.
Bed sheets can be a costly investment, especially for potty-training toddlers who require frequent sheet changes in the middle of the night. Ashley Muir Bruhn recommends Target’s Pillowfort collection, which offers a range of stylish but reasonably priced bedding options for kids.