As much as you and your children wish, playing outside is not always possible. But because there are no adults who can manage them, or the house does not have a suitable place to play, it may not be possible to play indoors. Fortunately, a little creativity is enough to turn every typical bed into an indoor toy that is as useful as bedrooms and toys.
Replace the cot with a custom-made bed
The bed is simply a bed, but a custom-made bed can be anything your child can imagine. With so many areas or sections, your own themed custom bed can serve two needs – sleep and play – so that you have nothing left! One can even store it when produced in that way.
A simple demarcation of the space with its own themed custom bed could have a bedroom on the ground floor level of the building and a playground on the upper level. Or, if your child is attracted to them by cage beds, you can put them upside down and the sleeping area is upstairs with an open playground below.
No matter how you set it up, your own themed bed inspires a creative and imaginative game, not only by providing more space where the game can take place but also by designing a look and feel structured according to personality and interests. A child who likes “things to do” can have their own truck bed, custom sports car bed, custom airplane bed, custom train bed, custom rocket ship bed, customized pirate bed, or customized submarine bed.
On the other hand, a child who loves fairy tale books and fairy tales can choose from their own castle beds, custom-made beds for horses and carriages, custom-made beds for cottages, custom-made chateau beds in a Tudor style, or beds in a treehouse. The possibilities are endless like your child’s fantasies.
As every parent knows (and most children always seem to forget), much of the game time ends when it’s time to clean up the mess they’ve made. There is no charm in interior design that is likely to make a childless resistant to cleaning, but a bed with its own motifs can at least make it easier and easier: easy, because you can have boxes with toys, chests of drawers, and shelves are built into your own play structure (saving space in the nursery even more) and it’s funny because as part of the toy structure, your child can find ways to clean up in the fantasy realm just made.
Is there a better way to control a child’s average energy level than to give him a toy that he can take care of and wake up after waking up? If they come out alone? Probably not!