The many gender neutral types can be such things as cartoon themes, certain animals, etc. especially when they are younger, as in babies or toddlers, it can be a lot easier to find gender neutral themes as opposed to gender specific. One of the reasons for this is that small children tend to not care quite as much about colors being a certain way and care more about characters or animals, and these all tend to be the same. This is especially true with nurseries, because so many times a person doesn't find out what the sex of the baby will be before it's born, or they do, but the sonogram is wrong, or they are concerned with it possibly being wrong. Many parents tend to go with neutral bedding so that they won't have to worry about this if it happens to them. Luckily, with babies, no one cares that a little boy's room is done in light greens and yellows, but when they get older their friends might tend to make fun of them if this were still the case.
Quality and safety are typically the issues that interest the parents - along with the price point, of course. I can only agree that these things are at least as important as a bed having a fun design - if not more so. First and foremost, a kids bed is a place for the child to sleep. It should be comfortable and ergonomically correct enough that a good nights sleep is always guaranteed. The best way to ensure this is to let the child test it. Comfort is easy enough to assess. A much bigger and more complex issue is that of safety. Basically, your child could get hurt in its sleep if the bed is not safely built, and this is something you want to avoid at all costs of course. What you have to check for, is quality of materials and assembly. If wood is used, does it look like it will hold up to being used? Would you yourself be nervous of climbing into that bed? Steel is stronger of course, but there is a nether limit for how slender the construction can be without bending even the parts of a steel bed.
Midi or Cabin Beds - are excellent kids beds for rooms with limited space. Midi beds usually have built in drawers and cupboards underneath the bed unit and often incorporate a pull out desk. Some Midi beds have under-bed curtains and leave the space underneath the bed free to be used as a play tent for children or as storage space for larger toys. Midi beds are lower than bunk beds and high sleepers and are suitable for younger children.
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