Sustainable Ideas for Children’s Bedrooms

Children’s bedrooms are the hive of activity for both sleeping and playing. They need to be kept tidy and clean, especially for on-the-go kiddies. Children of all ages have their own likes and dislikes from themed products such as rockets and princesses to characters and colours.

I understand the need for suitable storage solutions for clothes, toys and special treasures. It not always possible to buy eco friendly for children’s bedrooms as plastic storage is usually cheaper than wooden or bamboo. However I have found a few ideas that can make a children’s bedroom fun and kinder to the environment.

Having a bed that incorporates storage is a great way to keep things tidy, especially if you are limited to space. This gorgeous cabin bed from The Children’s Furniture Company is clean, sturdy space saver.

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For eco conscious toy storage solutions, this 100% cotton gingham toy basket from Room to Grow makes a bedroom warm and clutter-free. It also comes in several different colours.

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For a child who loves to read, then why not treat your little one to this gorgeous Mr Fox Book Cart from The Great Little Trading Company. It makes a perfect addition to any child’s bedroom and is made from solid MDF.
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And for a child who loves to draw or write, this beautiful taupe wooden desk from Maisons Du Monde would look perfect.
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No child’s bedroom would be complete without cute bedding and curtains. Finding 100% cotton is not always that easy as they are usually mixed with polyester. However I have to admit this 100% cotton , pretty owl duvet set from Becky and Lolo is fun and colourful.

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As you can see these are only a few alternative ideas for a child’s bedroom – there are many high street shops and independent stores that have great sustainable products so it is worth browsing before you buy.

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