- Belden Bed $899 – $1,845 Special $849 – $1,699
- Belden Twin-Over-Twin Bunk Bed $1,999
- Belden Full-Over-Full Bunk Bed $2,299 – $2,449 Special $2,249 – $2,299
- Belden Twin-Over-Full Stair Loft Bed $2,899
- Belden Nightstand $349 Special $279 – $349
- Belden Corner Unit $599 – $699
- Belden End of Bed Dresser $499 – $599
- Belden Extra-Wide Dresser $1,099
- Belden Drawer Chest $899
- Belden Toddler Bed Conversion Kit $169 Sale $99.99 – $169.99
- Belden Collection Wood Swatches $20
Think back to a time when you walked into your bedroom and took a deep breath while experiencing the joy of that at-home feeling. Itʼs easy to create that same kind of joy and relief for your child too. One way to put together a welcoming bedroom for your child, so itʼs a fun place to play and a cozy place to sleep, is with our Belden Collection at Pottery Barn Kids. These pieces are available in different finishes to complement any style of decor. Pair dark-painted bedroom walls with white or light-toned furniture, or match the finish of your childʼs bedroom collection to the window shades or even the woodwork in the room.
If you would like to create the illusion of a larger room for your child, or your children are sharing a bedroom that looks a tad cluttered because there is so much stuff in it, a bedroom set like the Belden Collection is a solution. A bedroom collection works to make a small space look bigger, and a big space looks more organized because the options include different styles of beds and innovative storage spaces. Turn cramped quarters into a stylish asset by choosing a regular twin bed with drawer space under the mattress or a bunk bed in full or twin size with underbed drawer space and corner units that provide cubbyholes for storage and space for a lamp, a water bottle to quench late-night thirst and an alarm clock to help kids stay on time.
A Belden Collection end-of-bed dresser provides another way to make the most of an area when space is at a premium in a childʼs bedroom. Designed to nestle against the foot or head of the bed, these low profile dressers give you two deep drawers that are suitable for storing a childʼs wardrobe without taking up much extra floor space. The drawers have safety stops to keep them from falling out if a child tugs on the handle a bit too hard. The height also makes these pieces ideally suited for use along a wall as a low stand to display a book collection, favorite decor items, desk accessories or sculptures your kids have created in art class.
Bunk beds are also useful in maximizing space with this collection, and they are nice for shared rooms or just when your kidsʼ friends spend the night. This collection has three main bunk bed styles to serve the needs of your children. For families with an older child and a younger one sharing a room, the twin over full stair-loft model gives the older child extra space to stretch out, and the steps at the end make it easy for young children when climbing to the top bunk. Twin-over-twin and full-over-twin versions are also available for kids who are close in age, and all bunk bed styles in this collection feature deep, smooth-opening drawers positioned neatly under the bottom bunkʼs mattress and comforter.
Kids outgrow things so quickly, and with an investment item like heirloom quality bedroom furniture, itʼs ideal when pieces serve children through multiple growth stages. These classically styled bedroom collections from Belden are not only nice for smaller rooms, but they are also terrific because the way the pieces are designed lets your child enjoy them for years. The pieces mix and match to fill the needs you have when your child is little with underbed storage and end-of-bed drawers. For older children, full-sized drawer chests and extra-wide dressers provide room for larger clothing and bigger wardrobes. The Belden Collection even accommodates babies and toddlers with a crib that transitions to a bed via a toddler bed conversion kit. That lets you put together a nursery that emerges from a toddlerʼs room into a kidʼs room because the pieces match all the way from the beginning through your childʼs teen years.