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Ready to Make the Big Kid Room Transition? Win the Bed that will Help You Make the Switch!

When we are designing our nurseries, it’s hard to believe that there will ever be a day that our babies will outgrow our labor of love! Making the leap from nursery to toddler or big kid room is a huge milestone, but it doesn’t have to be a scary one. I loved putting together my nurseries because I was in full nesting mood, and I was over the moon about having a new addition to our family. But I discovered that designing big kid rooms is my true passion. By the time we made the transition, my kids’ personalities were shining through, and I was able to truly include their tastes into the room to make a special space just for them. Some of you may remember my son’s “It’s a Dinosaur World” bedroom that I revealed last year, featuring a loft bed (with slide!) from Charleston-based Maxtrix Kids. This has been, by far, one of my favorite furniture pieces in my home.

Maxtrix Loft Bed with Slide

Not a single kid has entered our home and not been wowed by Blake’s bed. They all leave here telling their parents they need a fort in their room too. Maxtrix Furniture is created to not only make the transition from nursery to toddler room easy but also fun! Let’s be real, what little kid wouldn’t love their own magical fort in their room? My son spends hours reading and playing with his toys in that space. It’s his own secret hideout.

Not ready for your little one to be up in a loft quite yet? Maxtrix’s “Yo” Toddler Bed is the perfect solution for keeping that awesome fort concept on the floor. Your kiddo will feel cozy and safe with the top tent, which will help him or her transition from the enclosed feeling a crib gives to their new big kid bed. And you’ll feel better knowing that your toddler is snug within the front and back safety guard rails.

Maxtrix "Yo" Toddler Bed with Top Tent

One of my favorite things about Maxtrix is that their furniture can literally grow with your child. Made to last from solid hardwood, their beds can easily be changed with simple conversion kits. Start with a fun toddler bed like the “Yo” and keep reinventing your child’s room as his or her needs change. It can even be converted into an elevated low loft (like my son’s) using one of Maxtrix’s conversion kits, so your kiddo could soon be sliding his way into a new day each morning, too! Unlike many other toddler beds, the “Yo” uses a twin mattress, so there’s no more need to buy a new bed every time your child enters a new stage. The top tent is removable, leaving the “Yo” with a classic daybed look when removed.

Maxtrix "Yo" Toddler Bed with Top Tent

Optimize your space by adding extra storage or even a trundle bed underneath. Maxtrix lets you customize your child’s bed to fit your needs. The complete Maxtrix bed collection includes bunk beds, loft beds, daybeds and play beds that can be used on their own or combined with things like curtains, top tents, towers, staircases and slides to create a unique place for both sleep and play. They also offer desks, dressers and chairs to help complete your look.

Maxtrix "Yo" Toddler Bed with Top Tent

Now we’re giving you the chance to win one of these amazing beds for yourself. One lucky reader will win the “Yo” Toddler Bed with Top Tent. Will it be you? You can also shop for Maxtrix products online or with a local retailer; find the closest retailer near you here.

WIN IT! One Project Nursery reader will win a “Yo” Toddler Bed with Top Tent (a $899.00 value) from Maxtrix Furniture.

By entering our giveaway you agree to our official giveaway rules.

Giveaway ends November 7, 2018 at 11:59pm ET

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Donna Blankenship

Monday 29th of October 2018

Desperately need one for my grand daughter who is transitioning from a toddler bed but we don't have a bigger bed for her yet. Thanks, this would be a dream come true in so many ways.

Freddie Anastasi

Thursday 25th of October 2018

My daughter is in a toddler bed and is 5 years old she needs a larger bed so bad !!! I can’t even explain how hard it is for her and my husband and I adopted her she’s biologically my granddaughter and we are in a fixed income !!!