Moms Bunk House Blog

  • Great Tips for Creating Space in Your Child’s Room

    Great-Tips-for-Creating-Space-in-Your-Child’s-Room-Mom's-BunkHouse.jpgAs any parent can likely attest to, there just never seems to be enough space in your child’s room. No matter how hard you try and how many times you clean up the space, it seems to get cluttered and disorganized in the blink of an eye. This is especially true if you are working with a smaller space, like many of us have to. Whether your kids share a bedroom or the room is just not super big, sometimes you have to tap into your creative side and find ways to create space in your child’s room. Depending on how old they are, it is important for your kiddos to have enough room to play, do homework, read, and sleep, without feeling overwhelmed and cramped. While we don’t always think of our kids as being picky when Read More...

  • Clever Kids Storage Ideas for Busy Moms

    Clever-Kids-Storage-Ideas-for-Busy-Moms-Bunk-HouseBelieve it or not, but it is actually possible to keep your day job and have a clean house, even with kids. As working moms can attest to, sometimes the last thing that is on your mind is making sure all the dust bunnies are gone and the kitchen floor is spic-and-span. If you have toddlers or multiple kiddos, it can be even more tiring to keep the house clean and organized. When it comes to your kids’ rooms, in particular, it can seem nearly impossible to make sure everything is in order, day in and day out. Let’s face it - there are simply more important things in life than making sure all the toys are picked up, the beds are made, and the magazines are put away. However, this doesn’t mean we all don’t want a clean home, right? Read More...

  • Fun Lighting Tips for Your Kids’ Room

    Lighting-Tips-For-Your-Kids-Room-Moms-Bunk-House-TexasSure, you could leave the boring ol’ globe light in the ceiling and your kids will likely never notice that the lighting in their room is nothing special. OR you could tap into your creative side and create great lighting that will help get your kids’ imagination flowing. The latter sounds like a pretty good plan to us, wouldn’t you agree? As any homeowner knows, lighting is an integral part of making a house feel like home. From ambient bedroom lighting to kitchen track lighting, the world is truly your oyster when it comes to finding the right lighting for your specific needs and style.

    While many people focus their lighting efforts on the bedroom, living room, and kitchen, it is important to not forget about your little ones Read More...

  • Tips for Decorating Your Toddler’s Room

    Toddlers-Room-Decor-Ideas-Moms-Bunk-HouseDecorating any room in your home is a fun and creative experience, no matter how many times you have done it before. There is just something about slapping a new coat of paint on the walls and transforming a room into something fresh and new. When it comes to finding inspiration for your child’s room, your options are truly endless. From going with a theme to focusing on a specific color palette or deciding on a focal piece and building from there, you can go in many different directions. While you may have spent a lot of time and effort making your new baby’s room perfect, it may be time for a change a few years down the road. Chances are your toddler won’t exactly be able to voice his or her opinion when it comes to where the bed should go or which colors complement one Read More...

  • 4 Health Benefits of Playing Outside

    Benefits-of-Playing-Outside-Moms-Bunk-House-Childrens-Furniture-TexasDue in large part to the introduction of technology and the prevalence of electronic devices like smartphones and iPads, children are spending less and less time playing outdoors. Gone are the days of sending the kids off to the park or to the neighbor’s house for an afternoon of fun in the sun. However, research shows that children who spend time outside on a regular basis are happier, healthier, and stronger. With this in mind, there has been a push to re-introduce children to the great outdoors and encourage outdoor playdates instead of video game sessions. By making a point to get your children to play outside and connect with nature, you will be working to reverse childhood obesity rates a Read More...

  • Tips for Decorating a Shared Kids’ Bedroom

    Moms-Bunk-House-Shared-Kids-Bedroom-Bunk-Bed-Day-Bed-Color-SchemeThere are many different scenarios in which your kids may be sharing a bedroom, whether you simply don’t have enough rooms in your home or you are trying to encourage sibling bonding. Depending on their age, a joint bedroom could be a welcome thought, as it will allow them to share ideas and aspirations and always have a play buddy by their side. However, many children do not take so kindly to this idea of doubling up with their annoying little brother or sister. So, what do you do? For starters, you need to make the space creative, fun, and the perfect combination of both kids’ interests. There are plenty of ways you can do this, from putting up a simple and whimsical divider curtain to allowing your ki Read More...

  • Paint Outside the Box: Paint a Mural in Your Child’s Bedroom

    paint-outside-the-box-kids-room-moms-bunk-house-best-bunk-beds-for-childrens-bedroomSpring is upon us and summer is right around the corner, so why not step outside the box and have a little fun with your child’s bedroom decor? There are plenty of ways to introduce a fun color scheme or unique design to your child’s room that both parent and kiddo will love. With warmer months here, there is no better time to think bright and bring a pop - or two - of color and creativity into your child’s personal space. From fun wall stencils to innovative brush strokes, your options are truly endless. One of our favorite kids’ room decorating ideas of late is a mural. Wall murals are truly inspirational and allow you to dig Read More...

  • What Type of Bed is Right for My Growing Child?

    bed-for-my-growing-child-moms-bunk-house-bunk-beds-texasNow matter how hard you try to stop them, your kids are going to grow up. Before you know it your adorable little toddler will be walking, talking, and eventually sleeping in their own ‘big kid’ bed. As your child transitions from a toddler to a rambunctious, independent kid, it is important that you find the right bed to support this important time. Once you start bed shopping, you will quickly find that there are many, many different options out there. From a low-lying interim toddler bed to an actual mattress and box spring that your child can grow into, this process can be overwhelming, to say the least. For parents who have a budget, it may not be realistic to buy several beds for different periods of your gro Read More...

  • Is a Memory Foam Mattress Right for My Child?

    Memory-Foam-Mattress-for-Children-Moms-Bunk-House-Texas-California Selecting the right mattress for your child is no easy task, especially if it is their first ‘grown up’ bed. These days it seems many adults are opting for memory foam beds for themselves, but what about for our little ones? In recent years there has been a lot of talk about the benefits of memory foam over traditional innerspring mattresses - for both our bodies and sleep schedule. With this shift towards memory foam comes questions about the safety - and appropriateness - of a memory foam bed for children. Given the fact that children sleep longer and deeper than adults, it is absolutely imperative that they are resting their little heads on a quality, supportive mattress. Furthermore, a quality Read More...

  • Boys Bedroom Design Ideas

    Blue boys RoomFads come and go, but there are a handful of fun and creative design ideas that will help you decorate a boys room that he will love for many years to come. It’s no secret that boys can be stubborn when it comes to well, pretty much everything. It can pose quite the challenge for parents. When it comes to deciding on a theme for your growing boy’s room, we encourage you to involve him right from the start. Whether he is into superheroes, cars, Legos or astronauts, there are many ways you can incorporate the things he loves, while still keeping the space functional and timeless. Even if he may want a dungeon of a room that he can sneak off too when his sibling is driving him crazy, we encourage you to create a bright and welcoming room, if possible. For those style conscious parents, it can be hard to envision a room that is both inspirin Read More...

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