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    Default What furniture is in your toddler's room?

    Like the title says, what furniture is in your toddler's room?

    I'm looking at getting rid of DD's cot and change table and replacing them with a single bed. Not sure what else to put in her room to fill the space... it's a huge room and will look really silly with just a single bed and small shelf. Total first world problem I know

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    Book shelf, small wooden table with 2 wooden chairs, a trofast IKEA shelf and a tub for her soft toys.

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    Small table and chairs, reading chair for story time, cube shelving for toys.

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    When it was just DS1

    Bed
    Bed head
    Desk with book shelf
    Wardrobe (not a built in)

    He has a tiny room 3.2 x 3

    Now we have DS2 and DS1 doesn't want to move to his new room

    Bed
    Same wardrobe
    Change table
    Cot
    Chest of draws

    Yes it very squishy

    All toys are in another room downstairs

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    DS has a king single bed and a bookshelf. That's pretty much all that fits, his room is small. DDs room is a little bigger but she has the same. We'll add a small desk soon as she's now at school.

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    Dd still has her cot and change table but we have a king single bed plus a reading chair and small bookcase which has her lamp and humidifier on top too. A wardrobe will go where the cot is currently when she moves permanently into the big bed.
    Can you look for a nice reading chair and bookcase to go in one corner?
    I like to keep toys out of DDs room as it's for sleeping not playing

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    Mmm ideas ideas! Thanks ladies. I might look at a nice reading chair. I'm trying to keep the toys out of her room as it is away from the living space of the house and I prefer her playing where I can see her. No wardrobe or draws needed as there is a (fairly empty!) WIR.

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    King single bed and trundle bed underneath
    Bedside table
    Low armchair for story time
    IKEA Kallax unit on its side so she can reach everything for books, toys etc.
    Chest of drawers
    We got our chair from Mocka, they have some great stuff and very reasonably priced.

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    We have this chair from Nick Scali in DDs room for reading (or climbing on!) it's comfy and bright
    IMG_1491309601.740415.jpg

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    Someone was selling one of those cheap on a local BSS recently and I loved it! Nearly brought it for my mum as I know she'd love it too but couldn't think of where either of us would put it. Never thought of DD's room...

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