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  • The best beds to feed your child’s imagination

    Children's Bed Shop - themed beds guide

    All kids are different and have their own interests and hobbies, which is why it can sometimes be tricky to find a bed that’s comfortable enough to give your child a good night’s rest while also feeding their imaginative side! Luckily, here at Children’s Bed Shop we have a wide selection of themed beds that are perfect for imaginative little ones. Since creative play is crucial to development, take a look at our guide to some of our favourite beds that are sure to unleash your child’s imagination in no time!

    Themed beds - house cabin bed

     

    For the one who likes to ‘play house’

    If your little one loves playing house in their bedroom, the house cabin bed is a perfect fit! The frame of this bed comes complete with windows, a skylight, and a windowsill to keep any bits and bobs. Your child will love transforming this into their own little den, and it even comes with added storage drawers which is a bonus for those looking for space saving options. 

    Themed beds - fire engine bed

    For the budding firefighter

    The fire engine bed from Julian Bowen is definitely one of the most fun styles we offer, making it perfect for imaginative kids! The bed also features a realistic drivers area and front window which lets the bed double up as a fun play space.  

    Themed beds - Steens Memphis midsleeper

    For the circus lover

    If you’re looking for themed beds that are creative and fun but also have a more versatile design, the Steens Memphis bed in grey is a great choice. This bed has the option to attach a tent to the lower part of the frame, which provides the perfect play area for your child. To feed their imagination even further, consider transforming the under bed space into a reading den for your child, adding bean bag chairs, fairy lights and a selection of their favourite books.

    Themed beds - race car beds

    For the one who’s car obsessed

    You’ll be hard pressed to find a child who doesn’t love the novelty of sleeping in a racing car, making the Julian Bowen Venom Racer Bed a great choice to liven up any room. This bed features immaculate graphic details, unique design and striking blue finish that you and your child will love.

    Themed beds - tipi cabin bed

    For the festival fan  

    Whether your child daydreams about the fields of Glastonbury or the wild wild west, they’ll love camping out in the tipi cabin bed. The design of this bed is super fun while also being versatile enough to fit any colour scheme. For added brownie points, shop the full set including the tipi bookcase and desk for the ultimate finishing touch.

    Want to see more? Shop our full range of themed beds now at Children's Bed Shop! 

  • What to do about sleepwalking in Children

    Many of us will have encountered sleepwalking at one point or another, and while sleepwalking is a common occurrence in children, it can still be alarming to see. If your little one is prone to sleepwalking and you’re looking for some advice on what to do, read these simple tips from us at Children’s Bed Shop.

    Children's Bed Shop - what to do about sleepwalking in children

    Keep a sleep log

    In order to get more of an insight into the issue, try keeping a log each night that outlines your child’s sleep behavior. Note down what time your child went to bed, what they did before sleeping (e.g had a bath or watched TV) and other details like what they ate or drank. If you find that sleepwalking occurs on nights when your child sleeps later than usual or after they’ve been exposed to technology too close to bedtime, this could indicate the cause and suggest how you can alter their bedtime routine to try and stop it happening.

    Uncover possible causes

    Often there’s no specific reason why children sleepwalk, there are certain things that can make sleep disorders such as this more common. The most common causes include sleep deprivation, stress and certain types of medication. Other reasons sleepwalking can happen is if your child is startled while in a deep sleep, or wakes suddenly due to needing to go to the toilet.

    Make their surroundings safe

    When sleepwalking, your child isn’t usually aware of their surroundings meaning there’s a higher risk of injury. In order to give yourself some peace of mind, you should take extra precautions and child-proof the home. This could mean adding a gate to the top of the stairs to stop your little one wandering down, and ensuring all windows and doors are locked at night. Keep their room tidy and free from toys or other bits and bobs lying around which your child could trip over. If you have two children sharing a room, consider switching bunk beds for a midsleeper bed like the Steens Memphis midsleeper in grey from Children’s Bed Shop which is lower down but also has some space to add a small single bed underneath.

    Keep calm

    If you come across your child sleepwalking, it’s important to remain calm and not to startle them. Gently guide them back to their bed in and speak to them in a reassuring tone. They should usually settle right back into a restful sleep in no time!

     

    Remember to always seek medical advice if your child’s sleepwalking becomes more of a chronic issue, and take a look at our full range of beds at Children's Bed Shop to find the best bed for your little one.

  • Introducing the grey range at Children’s Bed Shop

    There’s lots of things to consider when it comes to decorating a child’s bedroom, whether that’s the colour scheme, decor or layout of the room. While these are all big elements however, one thing that deserves your full attention over is the bed! The bed you choose for your little one’s room is important as it should meet your child’s needs, be comfortable, and be versatile enough to fit the design of any space. One way to ensure your child’s bed is stylish enough to stand the test of time is to focus on a minimal colour scheme for the frame, which is why we’ve put together a guide to some of our favourite beds from the grey range. From the Gami Montana Cabin Bed to the simple Steens High Sleeper, here’s some of the best grey beds perfect for any room!

     

    Grey Kids Avenue midsleeper bed - Children's Bed Shop

    Kids Avenue Urban Grey Midsleeper 2

    Great for saving some space in your child’s room, this practical yet stylish bed by Kids Avenue is not to be missed. The mix of light grey and white is a fresh addition to any bedroom, while the built in desk and cabinet provide space to store any bits and bobs while also doubling up as a handy study area.

     

    Steens high sleeper bed in grey - Children's Bed Shop

     

    Steens For Kids High Sleeper Bed in Grey

    If you want versatility, you can’t get much better than the Steens High Sleeper Bed in Grey. This bed’s simple design puts the focus on the decor of your child’s room, while the bunk bed frame also adds a fun element that your little one will love.

      Gami Jeko single bed - Children's Bed Shop

     

    Gami Jeko Single Bed

    For those who like to keep things classic, a single bed is usually the best option. This Gami Jeko Single Bed features a calming grey shade that would look great paired with a bright colour scheme, or even with minimal interiors if that’s what you prefer. This bed also has some under bed space for you to keep any unsightly items and keep your child’s room looking as neat and tidy as it should!

     

    Julian Bowen midsleeper bed - Children's Bed Shop

     

    Julian Bowen Pluto Midsleeper Bed in Grey

    Similar to the Steens frame, the Julian Bowen Pluto Midsleeper bed in grey is a simple yet beautiful children’s bed. This frame features a lighter grey shade than the Steens model, and also comes with the option of an added tent to instantly transform your child’s bed into the perfect play area or reading den!

    Gami Montana cabin bed - Children's Bed Shop

    The Gami Montana Mezzanine Cabin Bed in Grey Oak

    Out of all the grey beds available at Children’s Bed Shop, the Gami Montana Cabin Bed in grey oak is the most suitable for more sophisticated decor. Perfect for smaller spaces, this bed comes with a built in desk, bookcase, wardrobe and chest of drawers to easily keep all your child’s belongings in one place.

     

    Shop these styles and the full range of grey beds available at Children’s Bed Shop now to help find the perfect bed for your little one!

  • How to make your child’s room extra cosy this Autumn

    The nights are getting longer, so make the most of the extra time spent indoors with your little monster, keeping them as comfortable as possible with our range of furniture, wardrobes, children’s bunk beds and other accessories. It won’t stop them from bouncing off the walls, in fact it may even encourage them. But hey, that’s children for you.

    Cosy bedrooms are built around the bed, so let’s start with that. Out of our wide range of children’s bunk beds, the grey Julian Bowen Pluto Midsleeper Bed is one of our favourites, with a stylish, smooth, grey finish. It has a nifty little ladder for the little one to scramble up, hopefully tiring themselves out in the process, and it even comes with a little play space underneath. Perfect!

    Pluto grey mid sleeper bed

    Of course, all that play will encourage lots of toys to be left about. And if you’ve ever stood on an action figure, well, you’ll know it’s the opposite of cosy. So why not check out our range of play boxes and storage units that not only look great, they’ll (hopefully) reinforce the idea to your child that putting their toys away is part of the play time experience.

    Inspire your child

    Then there’s our collection of stylist, elegant bookcases. It’s often said that reading gives us someplace to go when we have to stay where we are, which may be vital during those winter storms. A bookcase will not only brighten up your child’s room and keep all their favourites in order, it’ll encourage a wonderful hobby that enriches the imagination and helps with cognitive development.

    Of course, all that reading might make your child into a budding author, in that case they may also need a play space for the mind. Our selection of desks are built to accommodate various room sizes and shapes, including pull-out desks, matching desk and chair pairs, desks with drawers and shelves. Meaning there is plenty of opportunity to write that short story, or scribble and colour away, with the storage space to keep it tidily in place.

    Gami grey children's bookcase

    Keep them safe

    …as well as snug. Our sprung and memoflex mattresses are carefully crafted for the beds we provide, and are designed to be as safe as possible without sacrificing comfort.

    Of course, this is only a little taste of what we have to offer. Check out Children’s Bed Shop’s full collection of children’s bunk beds, mid sleeper beds and more for a design that you and your child see fit.  

  • The best CBS beds for small bedrooms

    There are lots of factors to consider when choosing the right bed for your child. Whether you’re looking for a simple single bed or a fun frame to brighten up the space, it’s important to explore your options carefully to make the right choice. For those with only the option of smaller spaces for their child’s bedroom, there are a variety of great beds available at Children’s Bed Shop that are ideal for saving space. From midi sleeper beds to cabin beds, take a look at our top picks of the best Children’s Bed Shop beds for small rooms.

    Steens midi sleeper beds grey

    Steens For Kids Midsleeper In Grey

     

    For those who wish to keep things simple yet stylish, this grey midsleeper bed from Steens is a fantastic choice. The minimal design and grey shade of this bed frame means it’s versatile enough to fit into any colour scheme, and the mid height design allows for handy underbed space to store all your child’s bits and bobs - tidied away neatly of course! Thuka midi sleeper beds

    Thuka Trendy Midsleeper Bed

     

    For those who wish to add a pop of colour to their child’s bedroom, the Thuka trendy midsleeper bed is a great way to bring some fun to any room’s decor. This bed’s frame is made from solid pine with a beautiful white finish, and the built in tent provides plenty of space for you to keep toys and other items out of sight. Best of all, this midi sleeper bed can also be easily transformed into a single bed, meaning it can be used even as your child grows older. Gami midi sleeper beds

    Gami Babel Compact Cabin Bed

     

    Another from our grey range, the Gami babel compact cabin bed is a cool yet practical frame for your child’s room. Crafted from solid particleboard, this bed comes with plenty of storage space, with the option of a built in bookcase, wardrobe, cupboard, shelf and pull out desk, keeping all your child’s belongings nice and compact. Parisot high sleeper bed

    Parisot Swan High Sleeper Bed

     

    When it comes to compact bed frames, you don’t get much better than the Parisot swan high sleeper bed. The slender design of this bed includes a desk area, shelves and hanging rail which is ideal for those short of space. The minimal style of this frame also blends perfectly with any colour scheme. Top tip - pair this bed frame with neutral coloured walls and furniture to optimise your space and make the room appear more open!

     

    To see more of our space saving high sleeper, cabin and midi sleeper beds, shop the full range now at Children’s Bed Shop!

  • Why you should let your child help decorate their bedroom

    While most parents likely have a bunch of ideas on how they want their child’s bedroom to look, it’s important to remember to include your little one in the decorating process. Whether it’s picking out fun children’s themed beds, or being set on a particular shade of paint, children will love being involved in the process of designing their own bedroom. Take a look at these top three reasons why you should include your little one in the decorating process.

     

     

    It feeds their creative side

    We all know how important it is to encourage your child’s creative side as much as possible, and involving them in the creative process of their bedroom design is a great way to do this. Looking at all the colours, patterns and styles is beneficial to their cognitive development, and helps them think in a more visual way. You never know, you could end up with a budding interior designer on your hands!

     

    It encourages independent thought

    Even if they’d prefer children's themed beds over your choice of a more versatile style, giving your little one a say on how they’d like their room to look encourages independent thinking and more independence in general. Once the bedroom is finished, your child will also feel more of a sense of achievement knowing that they contributed to the decor, and enjoy their space even more.

     

    It gives you some fun bonding time

    Aside from the benefits decorating together will have on your child, another good reason to do so is that it gives you both some quality bonding time. From looking round furniture shops or online stores, choosing paint and wallpaper samples to working together to make sure everything’s in the right spot, you’ll be able to make memories that will last a lifetime!

     

    To take a look at our wide range of products including children's themed beds, mid sleeper beds and more, shop our full collection at Children’s Bed Shop for the perfect child’s room!

  • Top tips to encourage your child to tidy their bedroom

    From looking after your little ones, to keeping on top of the homes daily chores, parents already have a lot on their plate when it comes to keeping the household happy! Having a child that helps out by tidying their bedroom is a huge blessing for busy mum’s and dad’s, and also teaches them independence and essential life skills early on. Here at Children’s Bed Shop we’ve put together a few handy tips to help get the ball rolling and encourage your child to keep their bedroom tidy all year round.

    Show them how it’s done

    Since your child might not have a lot of practice in this area, it’s best to start off by tidying with them. This way you can talk them through each step and teach them things like hanging clothing, and show them which drawers each item should be kept in. A great space saving solution when keeping your child’s room is to look for cabin beds with storage drawers built in. Once your child feels like they know what they’re doing, they won’t feel as overwhelmed when the time comes to tidy up on their own.

    Make it fun

    If your child is reluctant to tidy, try turning tidying up into a game. This could mean setting a time limit for all the tidying up to be done in, making them eager to complete the task within the amount of time set. Just make sure the time limit you choose is reasonable for the amount of mess or size of their room - the last thing you want is toys and mismatched socks stuffed under the bed by a very rushed little one! Another trick could be to spruce up your child’s bedroom furniture by using toy boxes with fun designs such as a kitchen playbox. This makes tidying up seem more like playtime, while your child may also take more pride in the fun design of their room.

    Give them rewards

    Once your child has successfully tidied their bedroom, give them a reward of some kind to reinforce the idea that they did a good job. This could be their favourite sweet treat, letting them watch their favourite show or taking them on day out to a place they love. Whatever you can do to let your child see what they’ve done as an accomplishment is going to improve the chances of them being more motivated to tidy up after themselves in the long run.

  • Our top picks for Children’s bedroom furniture

    When shopping for the perfect items for your child’s bedroom, you can often forget to put as much thought into the bedroom furniture as you do the bed itself. Once you’ve found the perfect bed from our wide selection at Children’s Bed Shop, take a look at this guide to some of our top picks for bedroom furniture.

    Kidsaw JCB Bedside Table

    Equally as fun as it is practical, this JCB Bedside Table from Kidsaw is sure to brighten up your child’s bedroom! This table combines the design of a JCB workshop table with a practical bedside table and shelf unit for your child. Best of all, this table is incredibly easy to assemble, with pieces that easily slot together without the need for screws and tools.

    Gami Elisa Chest

    The Elisa Chest of drawers by manufacturer Gami is a great piece of furniture for your child’s room. The modern white and lilac design of this piece will fit perfectly in princess themed bedrooms, and is ideal for brightening up a bedroom with minimal decor. The three drawers in this chest leave plenty of room for storing your little one’s bits and bobs, while sturdy construction means this product should last for many years to come.

    Gami Montana 3 Door Wardrobe in Bleached Ash

    For optimum storage space and a strong, stylish design, the Montana 3 door wardrobe by Gami is a wonderful choice for children’s rooms. This wardrobe is especially handy for older children who need a larger wardrobe for their growing clothing collection, while the bleached ash shade makes it versatile enough to fit any colour scheme.

    Tipi Desk

    Every child needs the right spot to settle down and get some homework or reading done, and this tipi desk is perfect for that! Part of the equally as stylish tipi bedroom set, this desk features a cool design and high quality pine finish, making it an ideal fit for any bedroom.

    Steens For Kids Low Bookcase in Grey

    Practicality and style are merged into one with this beautiful grey bookcase from Steens for Kids. This bookcase is perfect for reading corners or dens, being compact enough to fit comfortably into small spaces while still having enough storage space for all your child’s favourite books.

  • The best children’s beds for sleepovers

    Ever had an impromptu guest stay at your house, and not had a place for them to sleep? Children are often having friends stay over, and rather than have them suffer the two-seater sofa, children’s beds with guest bed included are often the way to go! If your little one loves hosting slumber parties with friends, take a look at our selection of our best sleepover solutions.

    Children's beds with guest bed - Tipi bed

    Tipi Cabin Bed

    One of Children’s Bed Shops newest additions, your child and their friends will love playing ‘camp out’ with the Tipi Cabin Bed. This bed is perfect for sleepovers as it has the option of an underbed drawer which can be used as a guest bed, and can easily add some imagination to any room!

    Children's beds with guest bed - Parisot bishop bed

    Parisot Bibop 2 Acacia Bunk Bed

    With endless storage options, built in shelves and optional underbed drawer, the Parisot Bibop 2 Arcadia Bunk Bed is a great choice for sleepover parties. This bed can sleep 3 children and features a wooden design in a light beige shade, making it simple, practical and comfortable enough for everyday use.

    Children's beds with guest bed - Julian Bowen bed

    Julian Bowen Cosmo Guest Bed

    Sleek, stylish and compact, the Julian Bowen Cosmo Guest Bed is a great choice for any child’s room. The built in guest bed slides underneath the main frame, making it easy and quick to set up for sleepovers. The brown leather look finish with high headboard adds a touch of sophistication to your child’s room, and is versatile enough to fit any colour scheme.

    Children's beds with guest bed - Sweet Dreams bed

    Sweet Dreams Ruby Pink Captains Bed

    This children’s bed with guest bed is the go-to choice for pink obsessed kids everywhere! The Sweet Dreams Ruby Pink Captains Bed makes an adorable addition to any child’s bedroom, and the built in guest bed makes sleepovers easier in an instant. This frame also comes in blue, and contains three storage drawers for all those essential bits and bobs.

    Children's beds with guest bed - Julian Bowen folding bed

    Julian Bowen Rimini Folding Guest Bed

    If you’re happy with your current child’s bed but are just looking for a quick sleepover solution, the Julian Bowen Rimini Folding Guest Bed is for you. With an aluminium finish, folding design, slatted base and foam mattress, this model provides a comfortable bed that can be easily stored away when not in use. This guest bed is also lightweight, and could even be taken to sleepovers held in friends houses or on camping trips.

    If you didn’t quite find what you wanted from this selection, check out the rest of our range of children’s beds with guest bed included that you and your child will love.

  • 5 steps to the perfect bedtime story

    “Tell me a story” are words that most parent is likely to hear at some point in their life. While many revel in the chance to get creative and put together a fun story for their child, a lot of parents struggle to come up with a good enough story, especially when there are so many great children’s books available.

    Bedtime stories are beneficial for children in so many ways, helping with brain development, stimulating their imagination and making it easier for them to deal with challenges that arise throughout their lifetime. Getting yourself and your child involved in the creation of a bedtime story is a great way to bond, make the story more personal and enforce positive lessons. Here at Children’s Bed Shop, we’ve put together some helpful tips on how to make up the perfect bedtime story for your child.

    Children's Bed Shop - How to write a bedtime story

    Remember the end goal

    Before you begin, make sure to keep in mind your end goal - getting your child to sleep! You’ll want to keep your story interesting, but also won’t want to get them too riled up with an overly exciting story. Keep the tone of the tale relaxed and positive, avoiding any references to violence or anything else that could be upsetting.

     

    Keep their interests in mind

    Think about your child’s hobbies and interests and try to plan your story around this. For example, if your child is obsessed with horses, incorporate this into the stories plot. Planning the story in this way is likely to grab your child’s attention more easily and make the tale more enjoyable to them.

     

    Make it personal

    If you’re stuck for inspiration, try translating real life events from your child’s day into the story. If something particularly happy or fun happened to your child, such as a trip to the zoo, center your plot around this idea. You could even make their pet or favourite cuddly toy the main protagonist, keeping the story personal and saving you the hassle of coming up with a new character!

     

    Let your child drive the plot

    Spark your little one’s imagination even further by allowing them to make up the story with you. Doing so is not only a beneficial way to encourage creativity, but it also gives you the chance to get an insight into what your child is thinking, and reveals any anxieties they may be having that need to be resolved.

     

    Finish on a positive note

    After any trials and tribulations your character might have faced throughout the story, it’s important to always end on a happy note. Try and also include a subtle lesson in the conclusion. For example, if the main character felt angry about sharing their toys with another character, end the story by reinforcing the idea that sharing is the right thing to do, and makes everyone happy.

     

    We hope you take these tips on board and create a bedtime story that will have your little one snoozing in no time! Don’t forget to tuck them into one of our fantastic Children’s Bed Shop beds, in a variety of comfortable and fun styles that make bedtime easier than ever before.

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