If you have or had a young kid at home, then you know they have a strong sense of possession and are quite often very independent. In my particular case I have a 2 year old little boy who loves testing boundaries and doing things by himself. Yes, that even includes climbing on the couch and dining room chairs or anything he can climb on which you would agree with me can be dangerous for a little one that age.
Why is it important to give children a space of their own?
First off, it is safer and would help you to avoid/ minimize accidents and would give your little guy a space of his own that he can control.
Getting the proper piece to create a kid’s oriented space in your home can make a huge difference on the way your kids move around the house.
My little guy loves getting on the recliner and has fallen from it a couple of times, so I got a small chair that resembles that chair in a kid’s friendly version to try to divert his attention from the big chair to his own chair.
The right Kid’s furniture
The very first thing I looked for was for a chair that was comfortable, safe for him, and had one of his favorite characters (yes, I am talking about the mouse), to encourage him to make the switch.
Mickey Mouse Upholstered Chair
A big hit in my house, this little hardwood and padded seat, is not only super cute, it is also very comfortable and Mickey is of course the cherry on top.
The chair features storage pockets on both sides that are great for the little one’s books and it is a great way to create a kids-only spot for reading, watching movies or just chilling!
The recommended age for this chair is 3-6 years old which is very accurate. My little guy is not three yet, so I make sure to keep an eye on him at all times because he loves moving the chair around and I want to make sure he doesn’t use it as a stepstool.
The chair is about 22.5” (width) by 17.50” (height) by 16” (depth) and weights around 11 pounds…The chair can hold up to 100 pounds which is great because his sissy whom is 10 years old loves “borrowing the chair”.
Easy to clean…Which is a must, simply use soap and water for spot cleaning.
Theme matching kid’s furniture
Creating a theme for your kid’s furniture can help them identify the different pieces that belong to them and get them to use those pieces on a daily basis instead of using the adult sized furniture.
A table set and chair is great to start them on table manners, and an excellent spot for crafts that would help you save your home furniture from the kid’s use and abuse.
Jack and Jill Storage Table & Chair Set
I will love to create a theme room for the little guy, but since he has to share a room, it is not really possible, so instead I created a spot for the little guy in which I have placed a small table and chair set. The Jack and Jill Storage Table & Chair Set by Delta Children is part of a complete collection, so I can add pieces as I need them…As a matter of fact I have the matching toy box and my little guy loves it.
By placing the table set right next to the toy box, he knows the table and chairs are part of his “kid’s furniture only spot “and interacts really well with it.
The Jack and Jill Storage Table & Chair Set has two coordinating chairs with fabric bins beneath the seats where he can place some of his favorite small things and there is a storage space under the table top that is great for books and painting supplies.
The table top is quite big, so you can easily have 2 kids playing on it at the same time with no problem at all.
It is easy to clean which of course is a must for any kid’s furniture piece.
The set is available in either pink for your little princes or blue for your little man…The blue set also works great with the Mickey Mouse Upholstered Chair as it has some of the same colors.
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