We put a lot of thought into the decoration of their rooms before they are born, but we forget later on that -- like the many shapes and colors that permeated their nurseries -- maybe what the little ones want are childrens chairs that reflect their imagination in the same way. Children seem to thrive in environments that provide them with many innovative colors and shapes.
Most of the chairs for children that you see in stores lack the kind of originality of design that stimulates children. It seems that the majority of what you will find looks like it was designed for a miniature adult, but this isn’t what a small child needs at this stage in their development. We are all forced to grow up soon enough, so what kids need is furniture designed for kids.
Childrens chairs should come in all sorts of fun designs such as cowboy boots, high top sneaker, and high heel chairs. How about a set of bean bag chairs that are that are designed to look like fruits and vegetables.
Or if you truly do want your child to have furniture of a more adult design you could simply give them miniature Queen Anne chairs, or formal ruffled chairs, but in vibrant colors with polka dots and the like all over them.
Chairs for children should above all be fun for the child to sit in, and to show off to his or her friends. Their little playmates are sure to love this kind of furniture too, and what child doesn’t like other people to show appreciation for the possessions that they love and cherish? Surely no child would ever turn away the adoration of his peers!
Childrens furnishings should be designed with children in mind. You want your child’s room to be a reflection of the way that they perceive the world around them with an aura of wonder and excitement. A child’s mind requires the kind of stimulation that only the most imaginative furniture can give them, and having these possessions will lead them into a well adjusted adolescence.
Childrens sofas should not be of the type that he or she will use later in life in order to impress their friends, family, and neighbors. The only concern that a child has is whether or not the item is visually pleasing to them, and does it provide them with the comfort that will allow them to lay around for half the day reading Dr. Seuss, or poring over comic books.
There are simply not enough childrens furnishings that provide the colors and patterns that younger children need to find them stimulating. I know that everyone wants to be practical and buy furniture for their children that will last for many years, which is fine when your child gets older. Small children however need furniture that will excite their young minds.
While most childrens sofas come in the same common colors that adult furniture does, wouldn’t a child prefer to have a sofa such as a vibrant, lime green Queen Anne sofa? Or how about a bright sofa with multi-colored dots and a toy box under the seat where they could stow all of their favorite things? How about a miniature foam sleeper sofa that came in a zebra print design? Wouldn't a small child love that?
Childrens furnishings should be available to them in all of the colors that they can imagine, because no two children are exactly alike. They should be able to pick out a color or pattern that suits their specific personality and needs.
A wider variety of furniture designs would allow for your children to make their little world all their own, and that means a lot to a child.
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Article Added on Saturday, March 7, 2009
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