When designing our nurseries, we hem and haw over just the right paint color, just the right rug, just the right bedding and, of course, just the right crib. We all get a little heartache when it’s time to take down the crib—our babies can’t possibly be ready for a big bed, can they? Sigh. We say embrace the change and have a little fun with it to take the sting out of this whole growing up business. There’s no reason you can’t have just as much fun picking out a showstopper of a twin bed for your little lady or lad as you did selecting their crib.
We’d like to introduce you to the Melita bed by DHP Furniture—the perfect combination of sophistication and sweet. The color choices of the linen upholstery will make your little girl giddy, and the elegant lines and nail studded headboard will keep your tween and teen happy. I mean, just look how pretty it is all styled and cozy.
I get so frustrated with some upholstered beds because they have that ugly gap between the headboard and the base. Sometimes no number of pillows will cover that space. Not with the Melita. The headboard connects all the way down so that this bed looks great from any angle, and it will keep the pillow in place for even the squirmiest of sleepers as well as support your late-night reader.
The combination of wooden slats, center metal rail and extra support legs means a box spring isn’t required and that your child’s mattress will have plenty of ventilation with the air moving freely below. The slats are built to adjust to the weight of your child to provide support.
Just thinking about how we would style this in a little girl’s room gets our creative juices flowing. We’re thinking whimsical for the preschool and elementary set and maybe Hollywood Regency for a teen redesign.
Unlike planning a nursery, this time your little resident will have lots to say about her space, but we are sure that the Melita bed will be a winner in her eyes!
The Melita by DHP Furniture is available in pink and blue linen in twin and full size, and you can find it on Amazon.
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