beds for kids

Low Lofts: The Cornerstone of Your Kids Bedroom Furniture

Low Lofts: The Cornerstone of Your Kids Bedroom Furniture
I have a friend who has an obsession with changing her kid's room design. It may be borderline crazy (ha!) as something is new every time I enter her son's bedroom. Even though she wants a different look each year - or sometimes even seasonally - she knows how to update wisely. A bedding change, maybe new pillows or accessories, and sometimes a furniture switch-out.

We know there are parents who love to reinvent spaces, but they also don't want to reinvest in multiple beds as their kids get older.

That's why we recommend starting with one core bed... a low loft. It's the one item you need in your kid's bedroom design (as they MUST sleep!). When your child gets older, you are already on the right path with a bed that grows up with your boy or girl.

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Begin (or jump in at any other time) with the perfect toddler bed- a Low Loft. Here's why it's the right bed choice at that stage and every after:


Low Loft Transitioning
    • - It has excellent quality. Our beds are made from solid hardwood and designed to last a lifetime.
    • - There's a rock solid connection thanks to the rock-lock. It will not budge or wobble like other loft beds can

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  • - Low lofts come with lots of fun accessories like slides, curtains, towers, staircases and more – so you can really make it your - I mean your son's our daughter's ;) - own.
The low loft bed may begin as a play fort for your little boy or Princess canopy bed for your little girl. But, eventually there will be the need for bedroom items like a student desk and more grownup accessories (maybe pack away those bed tents or curtains as fort time is over).

Just start with the Maxtrix Low Loft and watch it covert into the next dream bed. It's really that simple. Need more inspiration - take a look at our furniture system in action, or ooh and aah over these low lofts:

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