Published at Thursday, March 15th, 2018 - 00:50:21 AM. . By Belda Martin.
General Construction Considerations, avoid sharp edges or metal attachments if possible. While plastic is not biodegradable, consider molded plastic for storage items and play surfaces. Not only will it not splinter or crack as easily as dried-out wood, you can easily recycle the plastic items when the child outgrows them. Plastic chests, et al, also come in a variety of bright colors that stimulate the brain and the eyes. They also avoid the possibility of a child innocently or accidentally eating paint chipped off furniture. Do not forget the booster seat for meal times, a step stool for the bathroom sink or a reserved chair in the living room. Your child will proudly use the kids furniture that is certainly his very own as you gather for quality family time.
Chests: a chest of drawers is essential for smaller items of clothing. A dresser with a mirror will be essential for young girls, and you may be able to combine the dresser and chest at a push, depending on your daughters age. Cabinets: A wardrobe, or a cabinet with two doors and shelving rather than drawers, would be useful for any child, particularly if does not have to be used for clothes. They can use it for their stuff, whatever that might be. It is amazing what can be packed into a 5-foot high wardrobe fitted with shelves. An armoire might be just as good, although it is likely best for young teenagers who will use it for clothes rather than toys.
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