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Children Bed Furniture

  • Children’s Bed Shop Spring Sale Offers

    Looking to redecorate or freshen up your child’s bedroom this spring? We understand that from time to time our home décor can become a bit tired and will require a little tender loving care. We want to make it easy for you as customers to redesign or add a pop of refreshing colour to your little one’s bedroom. At Children’s Bed Shop we strive to give you the greatest in bedroom or playroom furniture at the very best prices!

    We want you to be able to spruce up the bedrooms in time for the sun to trickle through onto the freshly made bed sheets and light up your child’s face with some new bedroom treats! There are several special offers available including package deals on Steens for Kids High Sleeper with Futon Beds and Julian Bowen Mid Sleeper Beds, along with some amazing accessory options for those who wish to add a touch of sparkle to their existing bedrooms!

    Take a look at some of our amazing spring sale offers below:

    Steens

    Our super Steens sale offers a superb range of products from within the Steens For Kids bedroom section including single beds, mid sleeper beds, high sleeper beds and bunk beds, as well as other bedroom accessories to complete the look!

    One of our favourite Steens For Kids products is the high sleeper with futon in solid plain white complete with storage box. This is the perfect solution for children’s sleepovers with the futon chair transforming into an additional sleeping area. The storage box also offers a great way of housing all their toys after a long day of playing!

    Steens Spring Sale Promotion!

    Was £529.00, Now £499.00! (saving £30.00)

    A great way to brighten up your child’s room is with the Steens For Kids High Sleeper Bed in whitewash. By keeping the furniture neutral it allows you and your children to decorate with colourful accessories and fresh blooms! With matching pedestal desk and low bookcase all available in the authentic whitewash wood grain finish will provide a cool and calming space for your child to do their homework or read you a story.

    Steens Spring Sale Promotion!

    Was £579.00, Now £539.00! (saving £40.00)Julian Bowen

    Looking for a unique, contemporary design? Check out the stylish Julian Bowen Mid Sleeper in smooth dove grey. It doesn’t stop with the sophisticated ensemble it also gives you great functionality complete with robust ladder and the option to convert to a single bed when your little one is not so little anymore! Add a fun, patterned tent to the mix to give the play space a vibrant touch!

    Julian Bowen Spring Sale Promotion!

    Was £343.00, Now £319.00! (saving £24.00)Why not try this lovely sleek setup? With the Julian Bowen Grace Day Bed, a superb design for any little boy or girl. Offering great functionality with its handy shelving it will compliment any sized bedroom. Sometimes we are limited with space so this could be a great option to solve the problem with the bed's additional under bed drawer. Alternatively, use it as an extra sleeping surface for your little one’s guests.

    Julian Bowen Spring Sale Promotion!

    Was £229.00, Now £199.00 (saving £30.00!)

    Perhaps you are looking for the ultimate accessory to liven up their bedroom? Why not try the Kidsaw grey star table and chair set to add a little creative character into their space? It can be used for tea parties with friends or for them to occupy themselves by drawing pictures and colouring until their heart's content!

    Kidsaw Spring Sale

    Was £65.00, Now £60.00 (Saving £5.00)

    Shop the full range of our spring sale products here.

  • Schools Out for Easter

    The Easter holidays provide a break from school work and a chance to refresh before the summer holidays. As parents, you probably think that the kids are forever on a school break and it can be a real challenge to keep your children happy during the holidays. We have put together a mini guide on how to keep your children occupied over the Easter break:

    Easter Education

    Seems as schools out for a few weeks why not bring education home with them. Encouraging your kids to learn about the reason why they are having a break from school will not only help to keep their minds active but will provide them with relevant knowledge. Keep it simple if the children are younger and explain that Easter isn’t just about receiving chocolate eggs but symbolises the rebirth of Jesus. Easter is normally explained to children in school prior to the holidays, so you could also use this time to ask them what they have learned.

    The Easter Bunny

    Easter is also related to the rebirth of life in spring and is symbolised by the rabbit or more famously, the ‘Easter Bunny.’ The first story of the bunny dates back to 1680s and legend has it that he lays, decorates and hides eggs as they are a symbol of new life. The peak time for Easter egg eating is on Sunday morning where children (and adults) can enjoy chocolate for breakfast!

    Why not also make some spiced hot cross buns with the little ones? Sharing a hot cross bun with someone is supposed to ensure friendship throughout the coming year, encourage them to make them at sleepovers or with you on Sunday afternoon to keep them happy and engaged!

    Arts and Crafts

    Easter bonnets are more than just an excuse to attach the world’s most colourful hat to your child’s head for school (miniature chicks included). They are designed as a throwback to the days when people denied themselves the pleasure of wearing finery for the duration of Lent. We don’t think your child will have any trouble giving up their bonnets for Lent, but you can encourage them to give up their electronic devices and swap them for books or sweets could also be an option.

    Easter Decorating

    Whilst the kids are off school it isn’t just an opportunity to decorate Easter hats, but the time can also be used to spruce up their bedrooms ready for spring! Let your little ones help out with the decorating and restyling of their room whether it’s a full makeover or a little revamp.

    Check out the amazing spring sale at www.childrensbedshop.co.uk for beds, accessories and all the inspiration you need!

  • Spring is Almost Upon us – How to Get your Child’s Bedroom Ready!

    On 20th March we said goodbye to winter and hello to spring; the great thing about spring is the fact we are only one season away from summer but not only that it’s beautiful to see the trees and flowers starting to blossom again. At this time of year, it’s when we all start getting the tools and paint brushes out to attempt some DIY… if this year you’re focusing on the kid's bedrooms our cabin bed range from Julian Bowen is a great place to start for some inspiration.

    The little ones will get all excited knowing they’re getting their room decorated and no doubt have some crazy ideas for colours and themes which we all know if we went ahead with they’d be bored of it within a matter of weeks!

    Whether you’re doing the kids room because it needs a freshen up or because they’ve grown out of the current decor our Julian Bowen range has plenty of items to choose from; from a Julian Bowen Midsleeper, to chairs, chest of drawers and bookcases.Let your decor ideas blossom this spring

    This time of year it’s good to splash some colour and bring the bright vibes to life. Pastel colours are always a winner in our eyes, they’re neutral colours which can be suitable for all year round and of course, they’re not anything too bright and luminous that are going to give you a constant headache when cleaning the kid's rooms.

    If you’re looking to keep the walls a basic colour why not look at having one feature wall with gorgeous floral paintings, this way the spring and summer season will always be present in your life so when the weather does get miserable outside your children will still have something to brighten their mood and will be happy to play inside.

    By sticking to neutral, tame colours accessorising the room is easy, our Julian Bowen range includes a lot of whites, light greys and wood which will all go perfectly with your kiddies calm decorated room.

    A Julian Bowen Cabin Bed for their Sleepy Heads

     Before decorating your kid's room you’ve got to face the task of emptying it out first and that’s when you will realise how much stuff they have!

    After lumping all the toys, shoes, clothes and books out of the way we guarantee the realisation will start sinking in as to where all of this will then go once the room is decorated. That’s where our cabin bed range can come in useful, not only does it provide a luxurious bed for the little ones but they come with plenty of built-in storage. If you find one of our cabin beds isn’t exactly what you’re looking for then our Julian Bowen Midsleeper might be the ideal alternative.

    Although it doesn’t come with built-in drawers it does have plenty of space under the bed due to it being a midsleeper, this way you’ve got space to fill with drawers and storage units which you can choose.Be Spring Ready with Children’s Bed Shop

     Getting the kids room ready for spring doesn’t always mean having to decorate the whole room, you can make some smaller changes which will still have a huge effect on the room.

    From new bedding to twinkle lights, little features like this will brighten up the room; and who doesn’t love fresh bedding?

    Whether you are opting for a new Julian Bowen Midsleeper or cabin bed or just going for the smaller features to update the room we’re here to help with our expert tips and guidance.

  • Celebrating Mother's Day with your Little Ones

    We’re approaching the beautiful time of year where we celebrate how fantastic our mums truly are. From making the children’s beds to hoovering the whole house along with making delicious meals; as they say, not all superheroes wear capes!

    This one is probably one for the dads out there to read up on as you can help your little ones surprise their mum on Mothers Day and plan something wonderful to show her exactly how much she means to the family and to make her feel special.

    Our Children’s Bed Shop experts want to help you plan the perfect day and give you a gift guide that won’t break the bank but will be a gift all the special mummies are going to love!

    From Making the Children’s Bed to Breakfast in Bed

    Mother’s Day is the perfect day to get the kids up to make a tasty breakfast in bed, of course, dads make sure the children are supervised and not left frying the bacon or burning the toast on their own!

    Accompany the breakfast in bed with a fresh glass of orange juice or if you want to step it up a notch how about a mimosa, it’s only Mother’s Day once a year, it’s the perfect excuse for a cheeky bit of fizz in the morning. Don’t forget some beautiful flowers to add the finishing touches to the breakfast (maybe avoid picking mum’s freshly planted flowers in the garden though!)

    You can celebrate as a family by doing something fun but most importantly together, whether it’s bowling, cinema, a walk in the park or a lazy couch day watching all your favourite films with plenty of snacks.

    End the day with a candlelit bubble bath, while mum soaks, it’s up to you and dad to make sure she has her peace and quiet; probably a good time to do some bedtime reading!

    A Gift that will Mean the Most

    Buying a gift for someone isn’t about the price tag, a gift with great meaning and sentiment can mean a lot more when you know the person you’ve received it off has really thought about it and put a lot of effort in.

    Some great gift ideas for Mother’s Day could include

      • Baking a cake
      • Personalised photo mugs
      • Handpicked flowers (not from mum’s garden)
      • A family photo frame
      • Her favourite chocolates
      • Handcrafted Mother’s Day Card

    These are just a small few ideas which also don’t come with a big price tag.

    Hopefully, our tips have helped and you can make it the most fabulous Mother’s Day yet, enjoy the little ones being on their best behaviour and treating you like a queen; like we said the day only comes once a year!

    For all other days that the kids are getting up to no good and you need some other guidance and ideas on your children’s beds, bedtime routine, decor ideas and much more be sure to visit Children’s Bed Shop again.

  • Our Favourite New Products Available at Children's Bed Shop

    When choosing a bed for your children the sky is the limit. From Indian tipi tents to speedy race cars, we have something for everyone! Themed beds are a great way to introduce some fun and excitement into the bedtime routine. As much fun as a romantic Princess bed would be, it is also important to think about the functionality of the bed too, especially for smaller bedrooms, so whilst the campervan bunk bed may be fun, the Pegasus highsleeper or our midsleeper range may be a better option.

    The dark nights are slowly disappearing. Spring is fast approaching. It’s that time of year for a big clear out ready for the change in seasons and that all-important spring clean. It is also a great time to spruce up the house and decorate your children’s bedroom. A new bed and some bright accessories will keep the room looking fresh whilst providing your little one with a whole new room to explore and have fun in! We’ve listed our new spring arrivals below for you to take a look at.

    The Julian Bowen Pluto Midsleeper Bed

    New and exclusive to Children’s Bed Shop is the best selling Julian Bowen Pluto Midsleeper Bed now available in the fresh and stylish surf white colour. This midsleeper is both sturdy and sleek finished with a smooth white lacquer. With superb functionality, it can be used as a single midsleeper bed or paired with matching Pluto furniture to providing a neutral and stylish ensemble to your children’s room.

    The Eliza Day Bed in White

    Another classic white single bed design perfect for any children’s room. This beautiful modern design includes an under bed drawer ensuring your little one’s room stays clean and tidy. Alternatively, the Eliza Day Bed can transform into an extra sleeping space for your child’s sleepovers with friends.

    Julian Bowen Campervan Bunk Bed

    When it comes to the best in themed bunk beds, we have you covered! The Julian Bowen Campervan Bunk Bed is an amazing themed bed ideal for packing up and setting off on their wildest adventures, in their dreams. This fun-filled bed features a steering wheel and surfboard style ladder, hopefully, your little ones will take their feet off the gas when it comes to bedtime! Add a pop of fun and colour to your child’s room with the exciting Julian Bowen campervan bunk bed.

     Julian Bowen Pegasus Grey Highsleeper Bed

    The Julian Bowen Pegasus Highsleeper Bed comes complete in a cool anthracite colour with silver grey accents and is the latest in functional children’s bedroom furniture. This highsleeper bed is also a great option for the cool tweens looking for a more sophisticated bedroom ensemble. Short on space? This isn’t an issue with the new Pegasus highsleeper as it provides maximum storage options with its integrated chest of drawers, pull-out wardrobe and study desk area. There’ll be no excuses when it comes to keeping the mess at bay and completing homework on time!

    To shop our full range of children’s themed beds, midsleeper beds, highsleepers and bunk beds check out the link below.

    https://www.childrensbedshop.co.uk/

  • Ways to Help your Child Unwind Before Bed

    We all live pretty hectic lives in terms of juggling the school run, extra-curricular activities, holding down a job and running a household before tucking the little ones into their highsleeper bed. Often, we push our bodies to their limits cramming too much into our days, which results in us feeling tired and defeated when it comes to bedtime.

    As part of a good night’s rest, it’s important to take some time to unwind and relax before bed and don’t just encourage your children to do this, take some time for yourself too (if there are enough hours left in the day).

    We’ve put together some tips to help your children relax and wind down before bedtime…

    Our top relaxation tips A healthy bedtime routine will help promote a good sleep pattern for your little ones. By implementing relaxing things into a bedtime regime and doing them at the same time each night will aid their sleeping. Try a warm bath before they jump into their PJs (preheated on the radiator, of course) ready for story time. Reading a bedtime story together is also a great way to relax your child before they drift off to sleep. Also, remember to keep lights dim as this will enhance children’s hormones produced in their sleep. Meditation or relaxing breathing exercises are also a useful way to calm the mind before catching those all-important zzz’s.

    Turn off all technology It is always a good idea to limit your child’s use of electronic equipment and screens throughout the day and especially at night time as smartphones, tablets and televisions can affect how quickly a child will fall asleep. Try limiting all screen and electronic devices to before the bedtime routine or at least an hour before they go to sleep.

    Your child's bedroom Again, keeping your child’s bedroom dimly lit or dark is a must when settling them for the night. Making sure their rooms are clean and tidy will also help to declutter the mind and getting them to tidy up can also be a great way to tire them out (win, win). In the warmer months, be sure to keep their rooms well ventilated as a stuffy room can agitate their sleep often making children feel unsettled. Utilising the bedroom space allows for the room to appear lighter and more spacious, invest in a Julian Bowen highsleeper providing you with a comfortable bed and multiple options for storage.

    Tweens also need sleep Tweens tend to enjoy long lie-ins and an even longer time in front of the laptop or TV. Teenagers’ body clocks are set later than children’s, studies actually back your teens in terms of them being able to stay up later. It seems they can also rise later too which is apparent when the alarm goes off for school! Encourage your tweens to refrain from being a tired, miserable adolescent and work on regulating their body clocks. Avoid lie-ins on the weekend and use a family trip as an excuse to reintroduce them to daylight – we’re sure they’ll thank you for it in the long run!

    Hopefully, this post has provided you with some ideas to revamp your current bedtime routine and give your child the chance to unwind before curling up in bed. If you’re looking for a highsleeper bed or any bed for your children’s room take a look at our range of beds here.

  • Fun & Friendly Arts and Crafts for the Whole Family

    Whilst we are still waiting for Spring and the warmer days why not try some fun arts and crafts indoors? This is a great way for the family to spend some time together and for the kids to channel their inner Picasso. Let your children embrace their artistic side and use this post as a guide for some creative ideas. We bet they have been dying to test out their new desk on the Gami Montana High Sleeper Bed.

    Get creative with fun family time, it’s a chance for everyone to learn a new handcraft whether you’re making pasta jewellery for loved ones, or moulding animals out of Play Dough, there are multiple ways for your little ones to express themselves, take a look at the fun and friendly arts and crafts we have put together below. Play it right, tire them out and they’ll be tucked up in their high sleeper loft bed in no time.

     Play Dough for toddlers

    So, we realise that we need arts and crafts for the whole family to enjoy and what toddler (and adult) doesn’t love Play Dough? There is something so satisfying about moulding animal shapes or pushing it inside the cutters to reveal spaghetti or star shapes. Toddlers could make their own Valentine’s Day cupcakes from Play Dough using colourful paper cupcake cases. Make sure they don’t put this dough in their mouths though, even if the end results look good enough to eat!

    valentines day cardboard hearts

    This is a great way for the family to make gifts for each other in preparation for Valentine’s Day! Cut out some cardboard in the shape of hearts for the little ones and gather some decorating materials to create the perfect gift! Sprinkle some love onto your hearts using anything from glitter, ribbons, sequins and feathers. Now leave them to busily work at their desk (the practical high sleeper was a great choice after all). We are sure you’ll be head over heels for the designs your little sweethearts come up with.

    Chalk pops

    Use coloured chalks to decorate the back yard or paths leading to the front of the house. If the sun isn’t shining outside yet, why not encourage the children to draw their own? You can also put some time aside as a family to make your own chalk pops using ice lolly moulds. Follow these easy steps to making your own colourful utensils and watch them have fun creating eye-catching pictures and learning through fun time with the family!

    Pasta Jewellery

    How long has that bag of pasta been in the back of the cupboard? Why not use it for this simple and enjoyable craft that will provide the perfect entertainment for you and the children. The beautiful pieces can also double up as a second gift for your loved one. Everyone loves a homemade present! The art of pasta jewellery making isn’t just for little girls either, boys love to dress up too when pretending to be Cowboys and Indians.

    Let us know what fun and creative designs you made as a family.

  • Utilising the Space in Children’s Bedrooms

    Sometimes we struggle for space when it comes to our children’s bedrooms. This can pose a real problem when it comes to redecorating. Luckily there are ways we can utilise a small space and bring their bedrooms to life, with the Julian Bowen Pegasus High Sleeper Bed for example. It is important for our little ones to have a bright and uncluttered room to do their homework and play when the weather isn’t so great outdoors.

     With a little bit of thought and inspiration from this post, you should be able to turn the ‘box room’ that doesn’t fit anything into a wonderful, fun and organised space for your child to play and kick back and relax after a long day at school, once the homework is complete of course.

    Multi-use bedroom furniture

     It is important to open up the small space as much as you can to avoid the room feeling cluttered and slightly overbearing. A smaller wardrobe with a split chest of drawer’s section is perfect for children’s clothes as they don’t tend to take up as much space. Double up with the use for a cosy armchair, it can be a great addition to a desk for doing their homework but also great for story time before bed.

     The most important piece of furniture in any bedroom is, of course, the bed. And choosing the right bed for a small bedroom is crucial when it comes to utilising space. The Julian Bowen Pegasus High Sleeper Bed is the ultimate multi-use piece of bedroom furniture for children of all ages. The Pegasus High sleeper is both practical and timeless in design. A bed such as this with pull-out wardrobe feature and integrated storage drawers would be perfect for this type of room. Complete with working desk and even more storage options a high sleeper is ideal for your children’s bedroom.

    Colour scheme

     When it comes to colour scheme perhaps a more neutral option is better suited to a small space. A lot of bold colours can sometimes make a smaller room appear more cluttered. A slightly subtler tone of paint can make the bedroom appear much bigger than it actually is. Keep it clean, keep it streamlined and add a few exciting touches here and there to still give a little character. Some random bursts of colour such as cushions and soft fleecy blankets will finish the compact look keeping it fun for your little one.

     Limit wallpaper and accessories

     It is worth mentioning not to go overboard with the accessories as there are subtle hints of colour and then there’s brightly piles of clutter everywhere. Instead of scattering cushions, rug and blankets, why not opt for a statement wall and add a coloured and patterned printed wallpaper. Just to clarify, only buy paper for one wall, as you don’t want to close the space up again. Alternatively, bold bed linen could be an option. Afterall it will be easier to change when they get bored than scraping a whole wall of paper.

    Hopefully, this post has helped you with ways to utilise your children’s bedroom space, check out our full range of Julian Bowen beds here.

  • Managing the Children's Holiday Hype

    The holidays are a time for celebrations with family and friends. Creating memories with loved ones is the best, however, this busy period can sometimes bring about unnecessary stress, especially for parents. Managing the children’s holiday hype can be challenging even if everything was ticked off your list months in advance. It’s still difficult to prepare for the random outbursts when they don’t wish to share their new games console or refuse to eat their sprouts in front of the family member that is forever criticising your parenting decisions. Children sometimes act out when faced with an audience of relatives you haven’t seen since the last festive gathering, add that to the heaps of sugar from all the Christmas sweets and exhausted energy levels from playing with their new gadgets and you have the ‘crazy holiday hype’ all parents dread. Once their new year’s bedroom is revealed they might be excited to spend time in their new Steens bed, but be careful what they wish for if they end up on Santa’s naughty list…steens sleeperThe holiday season does not have to be perfect

    So, your children act a little crazier around Christmas – it’s the holidays, who cares? What the relative's witness during this time of year is just a fraction of a much bigger picture. If you put some rules in place and have certain expectations in mind, you just need to remind yourself that the holiday season does not have to be perfect and some unexpected behaviour can be managed.

    What to do if a tantrum does happen

    Take a deep breath. When tantrums happen parents often feel tremendous pressure to make it stop. Stay calm and remember to ignore everyone else and listen to what your child needs. However, do not reward tantrums but giving into your child for the sake of an easier life. Encourage your little one to also take a deep breath, alternatively try putting them on a chair for a time out.  Perhaps investing in a new bedroom accessory isn’t such a bad idea. And if the chair doesn’t work you can put their new Steens bed to use and provide them with an early bedtime.Keep them occupied

    Keeping children occupied during Christmas is an activity where you will not fall short. The holidays are about spending time with family so why not incorporate games, quizzes and giant jigsaw’s into spending time with the little ones. Be tactful when choosing presents, a large trough of Lego might be a good idea to get the family involved in building something together.

    Leading up to the holidays

    Why not channel the extra excitement fuelled by this time of year and find ways to keep children occupied whilst you prepare for the busy season ahead? If you’re one for only letting them decorate the back of the tree, then maybe allow the kids to make some decorations of their own to hang in their bedroom. This is a creative way to occupy them whilst you wrap presents or make dinner. Perhaps make Christmas paper chains to hang on their new Steens bed to keep the Christmas feel going.Hopefully, this post has reassured you that the holidays do not have to be as hectic as you may think, and we wish you all a very Happy Christmas!

  • Exploring New Ideas for your Children’s Bedroom

    Decorating your child’s bedroom can seem like a daunting task. Why not take it as an opportunity to explore some new ideas? Have a little fun, explore new concepts, try your hand at being a modern mum, think of it as a new space where you can be a bit more brave with your choices. Invest in boldly patterned rugs and dazzling wallpapers or get your little one involved in painting their very own mural.

    And If you’re struggling for floor space then a Mezzanine level could be an option. Kill two birds with one stone and opt for one of our Steen high sleepers to solve your space problem, you’ll also be acquiring the latest trend in children’s beds. Multifunctional furniture allows for more room to house the essentials such as a play area or desk space.

    You could even keep things a little simpler and play around with revamping the furniture. Make it a family activity – choose your favourite shades and get to work on painting the chest of drawers and wardrobes to give a new fresh look to the bedroom.

    Tipi bed

    Create a playful effect with a tipi bed and the pull out under bed drawer will also be great for storage. This fun and trendy themed bed will not only add an element of adventure to your child’s room but provides the perfect equipment for a sleepover!Tipi Cabin BedCreative wall space

    Hold the blue tac and Disney posters and give your kids a chance to create their own work of art. You could put up a giant blackboard wall to showcase their latest drawings or add a personal touch to the room and frame their school paintings.Create the perfect playroom for your kids with steens kids furnitureMake it multi-functional – mid and high sleepers

    The Steen high sleeper is an exciting addition to any children’s bedroom and is especially appealing to parents looking for extra storage space. High sleepers are often eye-catching in style and as well as being useful in terms of space to slot bookcases or wardrobes underneath them, they also provide a fun way to climb into bed. Accessorise with fun storage

    As well as the concealed hidden look underneath the bed, why not experiment with some fun storage options around the rest of the room. Try Joey the JCB digger design or add a matching bookshelf to your bed and try a tipi style casing for all your bedtime stories. The Tipi bookcase is a fun and stylish way to incorporate a modern idea into your child’s bedroom.JCB Skip Toy Box We hope this has helped with adding some new and exciting items to your children's bedroom.

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