Girls beds are often indistinguishable from boys beds. They're usually heavy, built to resist wrestling, jumping, and sleepovers, and only the addition of some printed sheets and a few pillows can distinguish a girl's fairytale room from a boy's castle room. Kids theme beds take the idea of children's beds a step further, and create safe, sturdy frames, headboards, and even lofts that fit the theme of a child's room. Castles are popular for accessorizing Disney Princess rooms, while baseball, basketball, and hockey designs are popular additions to sports theme rooms. Some parents actually use the beds themselves for design inspiration, by first finding unique kids beds that they like, and purchasing paint, textiles, and other furniture based on the bed's look.
Anything with acetate should never be dried in the dryer or line-dried because heat is the enemy of acetate. Acetate should also be dry-cleaned, but if you don?t want to do this, they can be hand-washed or washed in a machine on gentle cycle using an appropriate detergent intended for materials such as these. Polyester is very similar, but slightly more durable, so while it is best to hand-washed, it can be safely machine-washed, and it is safe to line dry.
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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