Nowadays, everyone dreams of having a comfortable bed to relax. Choosing the right bed for your child is not easy, especially when it comes to comfort and safety. Here arises a question about what kind of bed you should choose for your children.
We have both single and bunk beds, as well as double beds and children mezzanines. For a smaller room for two children, we recommend buying a bunk bed. It is very functional and takes up little space. Sophie and Wanda are one of the most popular bunk beds. Both of them are made of high-quality solid wood. An additional advantage of Sophie is its very durable frame, which is made of fourteen wooden slats joined with tape. The maximum load of this type of bed is about 190kg. Wanda is primarily characterised by a large space between the levels so that your children can sit on it at ease. Water-based ecological and anti-allergic varnishes are used in its production.
A mezzanine bed can be a great solution for older children. The space underneath the bed can be arranged as a play area or filled with a desk and other furniture. Hubi children beds are made of solid wood combined with a wooden board. They are extremely durable and stable. The entry is universal - right and left-handed. You can select from 5 different sizes. For those who appreciate traditional beds, we recommend single or double beds. They have safe, rounded sides and drawers for bedclothes. All our products are made of the highest quality materials, so they will serve you for many years. Beds for children from WNM Group are a guarantee of quality and comfort!
In the past, the choice was simple - a common room for siblings was something completely normal - most of us shared a room with a brother or sister.
Teddy bears, dolls, balls, tons of bricks and lots of accessories, including shoes, clothes and accessories - all this must fit in the children's room.
One of the fundamental issues that appears basically at the very beginning is what wall color to choose
The interior decorated in shabby chic style looks as if moved from a Jane Austen novel or Lucy Maud Montgomery. Which of you after reading Anne from Green Gables or Sense and Sensibility, did not want to move to those times for a moment?
Today we have some suggestions for you how to arrange a developing space for children, which everyone will benefit from.