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    Ds has a king single bed (these are a good size for when dh or I end up sleeping in there with ds) and a bedside table
    And a bookcase and pedestal fan which I need to put away but Im in denial that summer is over.

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    DD is 4, but as a toddler she had:
    Cot and a double mattress on the floor - replaced by a single bed at around 2
    Change mat, with a nice cover, on the floor
    2 built in robes
    Chest of drawers
    A tiny little bench/shelf, which we used to have with a few books on the bottom or a basket with a set of toys, then a mirror, brush and a painting on the top.
    Rug
    A chest full of stuffed toys
    3 cute wall hooks, low enough for her to reach, with her backpack, coat etc. on them

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    Dd has a double bed
    Canopy
    Tee pee
    Draws
    Table and chairs
    Rug
    Bedside table
    A box for her books

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    DS only has a tiny room. He's got a single bed with a trundle, bed side table, chest of drawers, a tall bookshelf, a chair from our dining table and a basket of soft toys. When the trundle is out, there isn't any room for anything else. I'd like a reading chair for his room, but we have severely limited choices for actual shopping options, and reduced further by the space to fit it in.

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    A double bed. Some IKEA shelves for his toys. A workbench. A bedside table.

    Maybe make a reading/quiet corner with bookshelves, pillows or tent.

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    We have a double bed...if you have the room it's handy as you can read to them in bed and you don't need to update bed in a few years.

    We also have a very big bedroom.

    She has a big doll house...a flat style book shelf she can reach ...more like a book display...a kids dressing table and chair and a small lounge...

    A Matt or cute throw on floor for when she plays with her dolls...

    Bedroom also has large built ins. ..

    I stocked up on tubs for the bottom of the wardrobe to put toys in.

    Also handy is to get a bed with under bed storage.

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    A reading chair and bookshelves is always nice

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    My kids all share a room, sonny toddler is in with them. It has 4 beds, a big 2x4 cube shelf on its side that's full of books and a big wooden toy box full of stuffed toys.

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    My 4, 6 and 7 year olds share a room. In it they have one bunk bed, one single bed, one air conditioner (it's not a wall mounted one so I include it because it take up space), one set of drawers, one book shelf plus they have a large built in wardrobe for clothes and things. Oh and they have some plastic tubs under the bunk bed with some toys in, and a wall mounted tv for watching movies only (no aerial).

    My 15 month old has his own room, and sleeps on a queen size mattress on the floor (I sleep in there with him or most of the night). The only furniture he has in there is one small set of drawers. When he's better at sleeping and doesn't need me anymore we'll be ditching the mattress and getting another set of bunk beds and we'll move one of the older kids in with him, OR we'll put all 4 in together if they prefer.

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    Default What furniture is in your toddler's room?

    Cot/change table/bassi combo against the right wall.

    Left wall has a 3 door wardrobe and single bed.

    Wall across from door has a 3 shelf bookcase.

    The cot combo disassembles into a single bed and two side tables.

    As we are planning Bub #2 (slash 4) we are keeping the cot for now.

    ETA: in the corner between wall across from door and right wall is a lazy boy chair and foot stool. There is also DD's bouncy chair from when she was younger that I have stacked her soft toys into.
    Need to get her a toy box... atm they are in a large gift bag in the lounge... she doesn't have many haha
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