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When faced with the challenge of making the most out of one bedroom for my 3 daughters, the first thing that came into my mind was the age difference. While one of them is a tween, the other two are just curious preschoolers who love playing around and believe they truly are princesses. I confess I might have inspired them to think like that.
So with the limitation of space, there was only one way to go when thinking about beds: either up with bunkbeds or to the sides with trundles. Knowing my little ones so well, and anticipating their Rapunzel’s tower reenactment, I opted for beds that will easily open and close when needed. While searching for these types of beds, I was pretty amazed when I found “Better Homes and Garden Kids Panama Beach Twin Captain's Bed with Trundle” at Walmart. Its clean lines design and the additional 3 drawers for storage were certainly details that called my attention. This bed, also in gray color, as you just read comes with the trundle included within its amazing price; this was very hard to obtain in other stores I searched since almost all sell the trundle part separately.
These beds just took a couple of minutes to assemble and felt incredibly sturdy. The trundle part glided in and out without any trouble and my two preschooler princesses loved it (read “excitedly jumped”).
After all the excitement ended, it was time to find the bedding. As universally known, girls naturally tend to gravitate towards the color pink (aka Barbie color or Pinkalicious pink); so finding one that actually met their expectations and mine, was another challenge only us moms dare to face. The new kids’ line from Better Homes and Gardens at Walmart has an amazing assortment of beautiful bedding designs. For the girls’ bedroom I chose a “Ruched Dot Beding Comforter Set” because I can mix its pattern with others especially if in the future I wanted to go wild with different sheets. This comforter set came with a pillow sham and a decorative owl pillow (not shown) and I added some extra pillows with some glitz and positive vibes for a more girly look.
To draw that imaginary limit line, I used a 5’x7’ “Better Homes and Gardens Border Stripe Textured Print Rug” in gray which besides matching the color of the ”BHG Basket Weave Grommet Window Panels”, they serve as an excellent scenario for the girls to dance and play.
I knew that if I created a corner for my tween daughter to study, the little ones would strongly emphasize the fact that they also needed a place they could sit and “pretend” to read. Taking into consideration the size of this room, a table for them would’ve been just a crazy though if it wasn’t for the “Better Homes and Gardens Kids' Metal Table” I found at Walmart. Its size was perfect (27.5” x 27.5” x 20”) and I was able find some matching cute chairs also from Better Homes and Gardens at Walmart that look just like a miniature Tolix chair.
|Love the design of the Better Homes and Gardens Traditional Task Lamp I found at Walmart. It is perfect size for my daughter's desk and adds just a touch of vintage flair to this area.|