Many little girls dream of themselves as being princesses, if they don’t already believe themselves to be princesses in their waking life too. That is why princess furniture and princess room decor have become so popular, and on the top of most young girls’ wish lists for the design of their own private castles.
There are now girls bunk beds and loft beds designed in the shape of castles – with turrets and all. And because these princess beds are custom made, a parent can be sure that the unique children’s furniture they’re getting for their daughter is as unique as she is.
Once you’ve selected the princess castle bed you plan to have built for your little girl, you’ll have an easy time finding princess bedding to match. Pillowcases, sheets, blankets, comforters, even bed skirts can be found in all sorts of matching princess theme designs to compliment the color scheme, style, and – if appropriate – the specific Disney or storybook characters inspiring the princess castle bed you have in mind.
In fact, to make this most-personal of childrens beds even more personal to your little girl, you can even have her help select her own bedding and other accessories. Little girls love to design their own space – they’re little interior designers, each one of them – and participating in the colors and design scheme of her own princess bedroom furniture will make her feel like the special little princess she is, and will make truly make her feel like this new bed is her own.
Maybe she’d like to see flowering vines with colorful blossoms bursting forth from them, climbing up the sides of her castle bed. Or maybe she’d like an authentic granite stone surface instead. Or perhaps she’s more attracted to a solid pink exterior that glitters in the light at certain angles. And does she want a drawbridge, a waterfall, or windows included as well?
There are certain practical aspects of a castle bed’s design that a little girl might also like to be involved in. For example, does she prefer girls bunk beds, with a sleeping area above and below, or would she rather have a loft bed with a playing area beneath it. Or, on the flip side, would she instead prefer to keep her mattress on the lower, floor level, and have the upper level act as a balcony for playing? How to get up and down between the two levels is also a consideration. Ladders, stairs, climbing walls, and slides are all options to choose from, with even more exciting possibilities available when included in combination.
Other princess bedroom furniture to consider that seems to compliment princess beds well are dressing tables, settees, and of course, a comfy chair to call her “throne”. Kids bedroom decor that go hand-in-hand with princess beds include an enchanting mirror, flattering lighting, a soft floor covering, like a plush throw rug, and a menagerie of stuffed animals and dolls to act as her make-believe attendants.
Fortunately, many of the design elements of princess castle beds and accompanying princess furniture and princess room decor can be built right into the bed itself – storage, for example. Princess beds can have drawers, shelves, closets, display cases, and chests built into them for storing your little girl’s wardrobe, toys, plastic jewelry, dolls, dress-up clothes, and other trinkets and accessories befitting a princess.