Children's bedroom furniture buying guide

From toys to books, collectibles to crafts, children seem to generate a surprising amount of clutter.Thatʼs why weʼre here to help with a wide choice of well-designed furniture featuring creative,space-saving storage solutions.

Under bed storage

Hides away clutter

Simple storage solution

Designed to fit under a single bed

Add a mattress for an extra bed

Where can you put all that clutter out of sight when you need to see your childrenʼs bedroom floor in order to vacuum it? One idea is an under bed storage drawer on castors. A simple solution that fits neatly under a standard single bed, itʼs one of the most effective space saving ideas, (plus youʼll know exactly whatʼs under the bed, meaning no missing bits of puzzle, and no monsters hiding away). Some under bed drawers also double as a roll out spare bed for summer holiday sleepovers by adding a mattress.

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Bunk beds

Great for smaller bedrooms

Give siblings their own space

Perfect for sleepovers

So many styles

bunk beds

Bunk beds are perfect if your child has a best friend who seems to show up every weekend for pizza, popcorn and movies. Bunk beds are also the classic solution when siblings share a room, saving loads of space. The only problem is the argument over who gets that coveted top bunk…

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Beds with drawers and storage

A creative storage solution

Keeps bedrooms neat and tidy

Helps kids stay organised

Saves space

drawers and storage

Children love collecting things, from rocks to comic books to hair accessories. And space can become an issue when generous grandparents, aunties and uncles shower them with toys and games every birthday and Christmas. So, if a drawer under the bed is simply not enough for all their goodies, a bed with inbuilt storage could be the answer. Many childrenʼs beds now include storage drawers and bookshelves, leaving plenty of space in their room for the all important stuff like flying space rockets, building castles and creating play houses!

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Fun, multifunctional cabin beds

Perfect for very small rooms

Stylish and attractive

Clever ergonomic design

Built to last

As your child grows ever taller, space is even more at a premium. The beauty of cabin beds is that theyʼre multifunctional. By day, pull out a desk for homework (and for planning how to save the world). By night, everything is stored underneath for bedtime and a good nightʼs sleep. Every mini superhero needs to recharge their (super power) batteries!

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Space-maximising high sleepers

Fun and functional

Best for older children

Efficient use of floor space

Encourages imaginative play

High sleepers

Children absolutely love ‘high sleeperʼ beds. Super cool, super tall and a bit of fun, theyʼre ideal for your older child who wants to be King or Queen of the castle. High sleepers achieve all that, maximising bedroom space too. Many include wardrobes, chests of drawers, bookcases and desks. With all that space saved, youʼll be wondering what to do with the rest of the room!

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Chests of drawers, wardrobes and more

Roomy storage for growing kids

Wide range of styles

Personalise with colourful handles

Durable finishes

chest of drawers

Matching furniture can make a smaller bedroom appear bigger, especially when itʼs white or cream. Childrenʼs bedroom furniture ranges include chests of drawers, wardrobes, desks and bedroom chests. Cut outs and feature handles in shapes such as butterflies or stars create a fun, coordinated look.

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How to create a bedroom that's homework friendly

In a busy home, when it comes to exam time it's the bedroom that becomes a refuge in which to work. Children's desks can be built in under high sleepers or, if there's room, stand alone. Many have integrated shelves and bookcases, ideal for storing school textbooks, dictionaries, exercise books and of course that enormous collection of pens, pencils and felt tips.

How to make sure your children's bedroom furniture meets safety standards

With children, safety is of course paramount. Look for furniture that's strong and sturdy, ideally made from long lasting hardwood. Make sure the paint or finish is tough, durable and non-toxic. Ensure the furniture is properly assembled, and there are no loose screws or wonky castors that could compromise safety.

In the UK, kids' furniture should be designed to meet child safety standard EN747. We only sell children's furniture that meets and often exceeds rigorous UK safety standards.

How to create a bedroom that's homework friendly

In a busy home, when it comes to exam time it's the bedroom that becomes a refuge in which to work. Children's desks can be built in under high sleepers or, if there's room, stand alone. Many have integrated shelves and bookcases, ideal for storing school textbooks, dictionaries, exercise books and of course that enormous collection of pens, pencils and felt tips.