Friday, 7 February 2014

Pitter Patter Furniture

Here at Little Scribbles, we are always on the look out for bookcases for children, to house our growing book collection. Of course, children's books will fit onto any bookcase but it is nice to inject some fun into bedroom furniture for children and allow them dedicated space for enjoying storytime. I am sure we have all tripped over board books or come across books with a few pages mysteriously missing. With their own personalised space for their books, children may take a little more care and, who knows they may even start to alphabetise or colour co-ordinate their books!

We love this low level children's bookcase from Pitter Patter Furniture. Books should be accessible to children, so they can pop over and pick one up whenever they want to. We don't want books to be out of sight out of mind, so this design feature is a great call. If you are after a traditional tall bookcase or are looking for a particular width, there is a good range to choose from. Arriving at your little bookworm's bedroom already assembled means to gaffing about with flat pack plans and panicking if you have enough screws. Easy peasy.

Pitter Patter Furniture pride themselves on providing excellent craftsmanship, that is both high quality and fully child safe They say ,"We understand that you want the best for your child, and we strive for perfection with building each item". Pitter Patter's prices do reflect the quality of their items and with the addition of a personalised service, this is an investment that will make you regret buying lower quality furniture that doesn't last the distance. With a range of other furniture on sale, including handmade chairs, headboards and adorable personalised toyboxes, you are sure to have fun browsing the site, with the aid of a great customisation tool.

When choosing furniture for your children's bedroom, it is important to think about durability. The book cases and toyboxes can be filled with books, dolls, puppets and trucks when they are little and as they grow older they can store comics, computer games, dressing up clothes and much more. The neutral colours of the furniture, with splashes of brightness, is ideal if you end up swapping colour themes or your children grow out of a particular trend.If your children are older, get them involved in designing their own furniture, picking colours and pictures that are sure to inject life into their bedroom. A happy bedroom equals a happy reading space!

This post was sponsored by Pitter Patter Furniture.

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