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In line with the best multifunction furniture decoration is complete proposals for children’s bedrooms, consisting of everything needed to compose two different rooms one for the first months of life of children and another that can be used in the early years. Initially, when the child is still your baby’s bedroom consists of a cradle, with drawers to store multiple elements needed for small and ancillary care changing table, a wardrobe, and complements the decor of the room with a frieze of drawings in the wall, and dim ambient light, dolls and other ornaments.
As the child grows and accessory drawer changer becomes a nightstand, and a study desk with drawers and shelves, the basis for the crib, of course on a trundle bed with his head and bars the cradle can be placed on the wall and used as a hanger for objects that the child needs to use in their day to day, to develop their play activities and tasks.
You just change minimally decoration, adding a matching rug, a chair to complete the set of study, where the child can comfortably do their homework and changing the border of children’s toys with a more youthful, figurines and ornaments from baby can be replaced by other supplements best suited to the child’s age, like a puff of form and color fun games or other more appropriate to the age of the child, as construction sets.
This dual-use room allows maximum usage of the initial expenditure involved the arrival of a new member of the family because this way the room will be useful for several years and therefore better amortize the payment made to purchase furniture.
This one you can find it in Quiver furniture, among other proposals of no less suggestive decor, both for children and youth bedroom and also in double bedrooms, living rooms and even kitchens. There are many companies and shops that are working today line multifunction infant furniture because it is very practical, useful and highly functional addition to aesthetic and highly adapted to the tastes of children.