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The soft smoked gray and charcoal hues of the furniture in our Charlie Collection create a warm and inviting ambience in a nursery or bedroom. The heavy textured grain of the handcrafted wood and multi-step finish give the furniture a natural weathered look and rustic appeal. Our long-lasting furniture at Pottery Barn Kids is dried in a kiln for increased strength and is thoroughly tested to ensure all safety standards are exceeded.
Lay your baby down in a crib for a good night’s sleep. The convertible design allows for adaptation as your baby grows into a toddler. The mattress platform adjusts to three different heights, and one side panel can be replaced with a lower panel that lets your toddler pull themselves up when awake and prevent them from accidentally falling out of bed when asleep. When the guardrail is no longer needed, use the headboard on its own or have a footboard as well to complete the full bed. A matching dresser with topper set keeps all of your baby’s belongings neatly stored away, which is particularly useful if you’re stuck for space. Keep clothing, feeding equipment, diapers and toys in the drawers and use the removable topper to change your baby with everything close at hand. The standard dresser has one large drawer at the base, two medium size drawers in the middle and three small drawers at the top. The extra wide dresser has seven spacious drawers to keep clutter tidied neatly away.
When your child has their own room, a twin or full bed with horizontal paneling on the headboard and footboard looks great. Choose a low footboard if you prefer. Place a lamp on the matching nightstand with their favorite books stacked in the cubby underneath and bedtime essentials in the drawer. Save floor space with two kids using twin-over-twin or twin-over full bunk beds, which have a solid wood ladder and guardrail for the top bunk.
Keep your child’s clothing, extra blankets and toys stored neatly away in a dresser. The hand-finished furniture has antique brass knobs to complement the smoked charcoal color and oil-rubbed bronze for the smoked gray color. For bigger items, a storage wall unit presents a perfect solution to keeping toys, books and prized possessions altogether in one place. The large drawer base offers plenty of room and the solid oak construction means it’s sturdy. Fit two side by side for a wider unit and top with two bookcase cubbies. Each has two shelves that can be adjusted to eight different heights. Alternatively, separate the units and place a bookrack between them, providing a smart place to display all your child’s books.
Now that your child is bigger, they’ll need somewhere to settle down to do their homework. A desk provides their own private space dedicated to work that’s separate from sleep or play. The writing desk has two drawers under the tabletop to hold pens and paper so they don’t crowd the space they’re working in. A hutch makes studying even easier, offering convenient cubbies to hold books and files. Cords are routed through the cutout, and the corkboard back panel provides a handy place to pin a calendar or some pictures. The top of the hutch acts as a shelf for your child’s favorite ornaments. Another desk design includes drawers to the sides for extra storage space that can hold larger items. The hutch also has a drawer on either side at the bottom. An anti-tip kit prevents everything from accidentally falling over.
When their homework is done, your child can look forward to playtime. Make this a special time with the addition of a cool kitchen, either in their bedroom or playroom. The lifelike design resembles a real kitchen with a refrigerator, oven, stove and sink. The sink is sealed to hold water so the washing up gets done at the end of play. The stove has four burners and easy-to-grip knobs. The roomy oven is underneath with shelving to the side to store pots and pans. The refrigerator has a freezer section in the bottom with a separate door and two shelves inside. What child could ask for a better bedroom than this?