Rooms Your Kids Won’t Outgrow

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Any parent will tell you that when it comes to kids, they go from infants to teenagers in a flash! While there is a lot of learning, growing and maturing along the way, the last thing you want to think about is making major updates to their bedrooms as often as their growth spurts. It’s entirely possible to design a room that will grow with your child, and we’ll tell you how to do it!

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  • Think ahead.  The bright pink dresser and bed frame is adorable for a young child, but to get the most out of the furniture, consider classic wood pieces with traditional finishes that will not look outdated.
  • Get creative with bedding and décor! Your kid’s room can still be youthful and fun with the help of bedding and accents. These purchases aren’t a big investment, and they are a great way for your child to express their taste and style.
  • Anticipate their needs. Get more mileage out of the children’s room by investing in stain resistant carpet, durable materials and surfaces, and scratch resistant furniture.

Do you have any tips or tricks for designing a room for kids? Share them below! 

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  1. bed frames that are made form steel are always great because they are long lasting. :

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