When you want to decorate a room for your child, whether it's a tween or a teen or any age really, you may not perhaps consider Amish furniture options. After all the Amish are all about old fashioned solid looking furniture right? Well if you do think so you would be wrong! Because ranging from Amish baby furniture all the way up to entire Amish bedroom sets, there are options in this kind of furniture that you may not have considered just yet!
Amish Baby Furniture: It may be the nursery that you want to furnish for a very young child in which case Amish baby furniture offers many options: cribs, cots, dressers, chests of drawers (for storage and to double as a changing table when you require), rocking chairs etc can be great choices. Also the Amish create a number of beautiful toys for children such as wooden rocking horses etc which a parent would probably like as much as the little boy or girl who is using it! You may even want to consider a charming and old fashioned addition to the nursery, a child's wooden potty chair. This will not only seat baby safely, it will help potty train your child as well if he or she has his own accessible place to 'go'.
Amish Furniture for slightly Older Children and Tweens: Many items of nursery furniture can continue to be used for older children. Cribs can often be expanded to form cots. Also a children's table and chair set will offer place for a child to explore creative activities: play with their blocks, do some drawing and coloring using crayons or even provide place for your little girl to have her very own tea party for her friends!
By the time a child has reached their tweens, the child has outgrown their crib and wants to be in a proper big boy or big girl's bed. For when you have two or more kids sharing a room you need look no further than bunk beds, beautifully crafted from solid, sturdy wood that is durable enough to take the rough and tumble of kids using them each day. Whether it is ladder loft bunk bed or a mission bunk bed that you like you can find something that is both beautiful and practical.
For Teens and Older Kids: When its school going kids you're talking about, they have a lot of paraphernalia, books, study material that needs organizing and storing. For this, spacious, sturdy and well crafted solid Amish bookcases could be an excellent idea. They help to keep books and study material organized so that a typical haphazard teen may take more pride in their room and look to keep their own space spic-and-span.
Many Amish bedroom sets can work perfectly well for a teenager's bedroom. A sturdy single bed, or even a day bed may work very well in some cases, a dresser, a night stand a bookcase can be enough for the needs of most teens.
Amish baby furniture and furniture for older kids works very well because it is sturdy and can take the knocks and is made using the best quality materials so that you know it's safe for your children!