Can We Just Talk About White Furniture And Kids For A Minute?

November 29, 2017

Can We Just Talk About White Furniture And Kids For A Minute?

Can We Just Talk About White Furniture And Kids For A Minute?

It’s easy to assume that having children means the end of truly trendy furnishings in your home. That’s how it’s always represented in film and television, right? Jam sandwiches squished into couches and carpets, muddy handprints climbing the walls, and dirty nappies for decorations instead of designer prints?

But parents don’t have to sign a contract at the birth of their children condemning them to a life of cheap and nasty furniture. You can hang onto a sense of elegance while maintaining functional family minimalism – as long as you make the right furniture choices.

Let the Hip Kids range of easy-clean, white kids’ beds and bedroom accessories bring style AND function into your family home.

A white kids’ bed keeps the room looking clean and fresh

The clean, cool lines of a stylish white bed keep your child’s bedroom easy on the eyes AND easy to keep clean. Finger prints are spotted straight away and will simply wipe off if you choose good quality furniture.

As your child grows, white never goes out of style, allowing your child to transition through ages and stages maintaining their bed as a base for each new theme.

A sturdy, cleverly designed timber bed like the Ambrose (pictured) comes with removable guard rails, taking it from toddler to tween with ease.  It provides the perfect canvas around which you can build a beautiful bedroom style that changes as your little ones change.

 

Unlimited design possibilities

Using your white bed as a starting point, why not continue the theme with accessories like a handy white kids’ bedside table? This not only complements the bed, but continues the idea of white as a base colour for any design concept that takes your fancy. A simple change of vibrant cushions or wall prints and voila!

Cool white bedroom furniture can also be moved into living areas for storage or use as a ‘day bed’ for relaxing, or passed on to siblings. A great quality kids’ bed can become a family heirloom!

A children’s bedroom classic

Let’s face it, clean, white, minimalist furniture represents a classic style of nursery and bedroom décor. Your white kids’ bed can be as cute, romantic, or playful as you make it – not to mention being suitable for boys or girls.

White furniture brings an air of calm in a world of chaos, and is always on trend! With well-designed white furniture, you don’t have to sacrifice your love of beautiful home décor just because your family is growing.

Find your perfect new white kids’ bed here, or explore the full range of stunning bedroom accessories from Hip Kids!



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