• 3 New Year’s Resolutions for the Kids’ Bedrooms

    New Year 2015
    Happy new year! We’ve finally started into 2015, and now’s the time of year to reflect on the past and make plans for the future. At Mom’s Bunk House, we know that your family is the most important thing to you, and that this year you’ll be thinking of ways to help your kids achieve even more in 2015.

    That’s why we’ve put together these 3 simple ideas for new year’s resolutions for your kids and the kids’ bedrooms. These are just a few ideas for how you can help set your kids up for success in this coming year.

    Get a good night’s sleep. We’re biased here at Mom’s, since we spend so much time thinking about beds! But we also know that getting a great night of rest isn’t just important for adults, it’s important for your kids, too! These days, kids are under more pressure than ever to succeed in school and in their personal lives. Getting the day started with a good night of sleep is the best thing you can do to help your kids succeed. You can help your kids by making sure they’re sleeping in a comfortable bed, and that they get to sleep on time - especially on school nights!

    Get organized. We know that kids in today are getting more and more homework at younger ages. Little Boy Blowing New Year HornSchool today requires kids to keep many different subjects and projects organized, and for some kids, a lack of organization can lead to major academic difficulties. Help your kids keep things together with a good working desk and chair, a bookshelf, and school supplies to help keep papers and books neat and organized. A child without an effective workspace is going to have challenges keeping up with homework and achieving their true potential.

    Get creative. Alright, we know those first two suggestions were a little dry. But for a little fun this new year, how about adding some creativity to the kids’ bedroom! There are so many fun activities parents and kids can do together to make a room unique, like crafts, wall paintings, and kid-friendly decorations. Little accent items like new bedsheets or wall art can really make a room feel more personal, without much cost or hassle.

    We hope these simple tips will help you find fun and effective ways to improve your kids’ bedrooms in 2015. Whatever the new year holds for your family, we would like to wish you a very happy and healthy year.

    -The Mom’s Bunk House Team.

  • Announcing the Mom's Bunk House Cyber Monday Sale!

    cyber-monday-saleHere at Mom’s Bunk House, we love the holiday season. With Christmas just around the corner, we know that you and your family are looking forward to wonderful times together, creating new memories and enjoying some time away from school and work.

    However, we also know that holidays can be hard! All the added stress and expense of the Christmas season can make some parents feel overwhelmed. That’s why at Mom’s Bunk House, we’re making holiday shopping easy by offering you the best deals of the year in our Cyber Monday Sale!

    We’re offering heavily reduced prices on many of our leading bunk beds and children’s furniture products. Some of our sale items are even exclusive to Mom’s, meaning that you really can’t find a better deal anywhere online! These are the lowest prices of the year on the best kids’ furniture you can find. Click here to view all of our Cyber Monday discounts and shop now!

    And to make things even easier for you, our Cyber Monday Sale is going on all week! You don’t need the stress of trying to fit all your shopping into just one day. Shop from now until the end of November, and you’ll find all of our amazing products at prices that seem like a Christmas miracle.

    We hope that you find exactly what you’re looking for at Mom’s, and we wish you a very merry Christmas and happy New Year.

    -The Mom’s Bunk House Team.

  • 4 Money Saving Tips for Kids’ Bedroom Furniture and Decor

    Family Saving Money In PiggybankWith the holiday season approaching, families across the country are feeling the financial pinch of preparing for Thanksgiving, Christmas, and the colder winter months. We all want to have a wonderful holiday time with our families, but we also need to keep our financial plans organized and stay within our budgets.

    If new furniture or decor upgrades for the kids’ rooms are on your holiday to-do list, you know the challenges of getting something nice for your kids without breaking the bank. At Mom’s Bunk House, we work with families just like yours everyday to help create a great bedroom at a great price. Check out the great money savings tips below, and you’ll be able to fit a kids’ bedroom into your holiday finances without breaking a sweat.

    Plan and Budget Carefully. When you’re trying to get a lot done without spending a lot of money, planning and budgeting are key. You don’t want to just start shopping without a clear idea of how much you can spend and what your priorities are. Once you’ve got a clear idea of your budget, you can consider how to best allocate your spending to meet your main needs.

    Painted By KidsDesign your own Decor. The kids’ bedroom is probably the best place in the house for DIY decor!Kids love to make arts and crafts, and they’re proud to display trophies, photos, great homework projects, and more. A thoughtful collection of your kids’ favorite memories and artwork can turn a dull bedroom into a beautiful gallery of your child’s best moments - and of course, it’s free! This is a great example of where you spend time, not money, to achieve a great result.

    Invest in Quality. While getting a great deal is always fun, for essential furniture items, cheapest usually isn’t best - and will often cost more in the long run. You’re usually better off to invest in real quality for items like beds, dressers, desks, and other major furniture pieces. A good quality item can last for many years, and will also be better designed, more functional, and safer.

    Daddy Is ThinkingGo Step-by-Step. Trying to do a complete bedroom redesign all at once will usually end up costing you more than doing things in stages. With too many different things to think about, you’ll be less organized and less able to plan carefully. You’ll also end up being pressured to make decisions, and you’ll have less ability to coordinate your choices. Unless you’re facing some kind of bedroom design emergency, it’s usually better to go slowly and carefully.

    Remember that at Mom’s Bunk House, we offer a 100% price match guarantee, meaning that we’re sure you’ll never find better prices on our products anywhere the web. We hope these tips help you and your family have a wonderful and affordable holiday season!

    -The Mom’s Bunk House Team

  • Safety Tips for the Kids' Bedrooms

    Pretty mixed race girl and Caucasian boy pretending to be superhWhen you’re thinking about furnishing and decorating your children’s bedrooms, you’ve got many different goals and ideas in mind. You want the room to look nice of course, both for you and your kids as well. You want it to be functional and allow your children to live efficiently in their own space. But more than anything else, you want to be sure that your children’s rooms are safe.

    Every parent worries about safety, and while you don’t want to go overboard and slip into that “paranoid parent” mode, you still want to be careful. Your kids will be spending lots of unsupervised time in their rooms, and especially when they’re younger, you want to be sure that their rooms are a safe environment where they can play and learn without any unnecessary risks. And while nothing can ever be 100% safe, there are some real steps you can take to improve the safety of your kids’ rooms.

    Watch out for radiators and electrical outlets.

    This is a basic childproofing step that you’ll probably be taking throughout your home when a new baby is due. However, being extra careful about electrical outlets and radiators is an important first step in improving the safety of your kids’ bedrooms. Outlets should have child-proof guards placed on them, as should radiators, to prevent curious kids from potentially having a serious accident. Once your kids get a little older, you can also explain to them what these things do, and how to use them safely.

    Install smoke and carbon monoxide detectors.

    This is a safety tip that has less to do with your kids’ behavior, and more just with general safety. However, this certainly doesn’t make it any less important. No one imagines that they will experience a fire at home, but it can happen in many ways, including cooking accidents, fireplace problems, smoking mistakes, and more. Having smoke and carbon monoxide detectors in your kids’ rooms will bring peace of mind and could even save lives. Remember, once you’ve installed them, test regularly and replace batteries when needed.

    Invest in quality children’s furniture.

    Children Room DetailAt Mom’s Bunk House, we strongly believe in stocking furniture that doesn’t just look great, but that is also genuinely well built and designed with safety in mind. When you’re choosing furniture for your kids’ bedrooms, always consider safety as a top priority. Good kids’ furniture will be balanced and weighted correctly so that it won't tip over, even when exposed to some roughhousing. It will be free from very sharp edges, and built without potentially toxic paint, hanging strings or cords, large panes of glass, and other child safety risks.

    By following these safety tips, you’ll be well on your way to improving your children’s rooms with safety in mind. Of course, there’s lots of other safety advice for kids that you can research, but these tips are some of the simplest and most important.

  • Back to School Savings are Almost Gone at Mom's Bunk House!

    Last Chance to Save!

    Our Back to School Sale is Still Going - Save While You Still Can!

    Back to school sale posterSeptember is almost over, and by now your kids should be well into their studious routines. We hope the new school year has started out great for your family!

    At Mom's Bunk House, we're huge fans of the back to school season. We know it's a special time for you and your kids to embark on new challenges and embrace the adventure of the new school year.

    We also know that back to school is a great time to save! There's so much to prepare for when it comes to the new school year, we know you might not have had the chance to check out our amazing back to school discounts.

    That's why, for a short time only, we're keeping our back to school sale going! Shop today and save on an incredible selection of bunk beds for kids, children's furniture, bedroom accessories, and more, all at our guaranteed low prices and backed by Mom's 100% satisfaction guarantee.

    This deals won't last forever - after all, it's almost October! But we're keeping all of our deals online for the next few days so that you busy moms and dads can shop our furniture collection and help get your kids all ready for the new year.

    So don't wait! Visit our back to school sale page today and make this the best school year ever.

    Wishing you a happy school season,
    -The Mom's Bunk House Team

  • 3 Fun Fall Decor Ideas for the Kids

    6a00e55246b63f883401539303b00e970b-800wiSummer is officially over, and the little ones are back to school. And while we might be missing those hot and hazy days of summer, the fall can be a beautiful season full of fun family events. With Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas just around the corner, the fall season is a wonderful time for families to come together and enjoy time together.

    Fall is also a great decorating season! With so many colors, feelings, and moods evoked by fall, there’s tons of fun seasonal design elements you can incorporate into your home to get into that cozy fall season. And of course, getting the kids involved is just another way to make fall a great time for family. In this post, we’ll give you some cute fall decor tips that both you and your kids will love.

    It’s All About the Leaves

    Perhaps nothing says fall more clearly than the changing of the leaves. As vibrant greens begin to shift into reds, oranges, and yellows, you can really start to feel the fall coming. And as the leaves fall, tons of fun craft and decor ideas come to life! How about helping your kids with a great leafy craft, like artwork that incorporates something right from your own backyard? Helping your kids make something unique using leaves will also help teach the younger ones about the changing seasons and the natural world. Just be careful that those crunchy leaves don’t make too much mess!

    Harvest Season Fun

    Fall is the traditional harvest season, and a great chance to create some harvest-themed crafts with your kids. Apples and pumpkins are both classic fall foods, and can be used in many ways. If you like baking, there are tons of apple and pumpkin goods you and your kids can work together to create. There’s also loads of decor ideas featuring fall harvest themes, like pumpkin seed collages, acorn art and crafts, and paintings featuring harvest themes. This is also a great educational opportunity to teach kids the value of hard work and patience. Fall is a time when work from the past yields benefits for the future. This is a wonderful message to kids about planning for the future.

    Homework Help

    While kids might love Halloween and Thanksgiving, the fall season brings another thing they might not love so much: homework! As parents, we can work with our kids to make a positive homework environment for them. As you spruce up the kids’ rooms for fall, make sure they’ve got a good place to work, including a good desk, chair, and bookshelf. You can also dedicate some space in your home to feature great work your kids have done in the past. Get that fridge magnet collection back to work and let kids pin their best test scores for the year, for example. Being positive and organized about school and work will help your kids achieve their best potential in this coming school year.

    We hope these simple ideas will make this fall season your best ever! It’s an exciting time of the year, and we hope your kids are off to a great school year as well. Happy Fall!

  • Back to School Tips for the Kids Bedroom

    Young child holding stack of books and back to school written onAt Mom’s Bunk House, we know that one of the most important times of the year for your family is the back to school season. This is the time when your little ones get ready for a new year filled with learning, fun, challenges, and opportunities. And although it can be sad to see the summer end, the new school year is always an exciting time for you and your kids.

    Our back to school sale is still going strong here at Mom’s Bunk House, and to help you make the most of our great discounts, we’ve put together a few simple tips and ideas on how your can get your kids’ rooms ready for the new year.

    Get Ready for Homework. These days, homework is just a fact of life for kids in school. Kids are getting loads of homework every day, and it is important that parents find ways to support their kids through homework (without doing it themselves!). One way you can help your kids excel at homework is to invest in a great desk and chair. While they might look cute with their work spread across their beds, especially as kids get older, they need a proper work station to really focus and work comfortably.

    • Get Organized in General. Organizational skills are very important to succeed at school and in life. Some kids might be more organized by nature than others, but parents can help encourage kids to stay organized by giving them the right tools. In the bedroom, this can mean things like bookcases, toy boxes, dressers, and other storage solutions. By equipping your kids’ rooms with the right organizational furniture, you’re helping them keep it all together and learn how to stay organized in the future.
    • Get a Great Sleep. As adults, we know the importance of sleeping well to ensure productivity. We’ve all felt that grind of having to work after a bad night’s sleep, and we know that it is almost impossible to get anything done when feeling exhausted. The same is true for your kids! A quality bed with a good mattress that is comfortable and safe is key to ensuring your kids are well rested to perform in school. Don’t forget that unlike adults, kids are growing! You should be sure that your children’s beds haven’t become too small for them to sleep comfortably.

    We all know that school is becoming more competitive for our kids today. Like it or not, even early grades can have an impact on your children’s futures, and building good habits early is vital to your kids’ futures. We hope these tips will help you get ready for the back to school season, and we wish you a wonderful new school year


    -The Mom’s Bunk House Team

  • Our Sizzling Summer Sale Starts Now!

    Summer Sale Vector Illustration on Retro Blue BackgroundThe summer season is starting to really heat up, and at Mom's Bunk House, so are the savings! To help make this summer even better, we're now offering great discounts on an amazing selection of children's beds, furniture, playsets, accessories, and more!

    Here at Mom's Bunk House, we know that kids love summer, and that you love spending these long summer days relaxing and enjoying family time together. What better way to celebrate this summer season than by investing in new and high quality beds, furniture, and playsets that both you and your children will love.

    And to help make this summer fun possible, we're offering deep discounts on many of our most popular products, including our best-selling beds from leadings brands like Donco and Atlantic.

    So don't delay! Because just like summer, these deals will be gone before you know it! Click here now to shop our amazing summer savings, or just click the big banner in this post We hope your family is enjoying summer, and we wish you a happy, safe, and sunny season!


  • 4 Personal Touches Your Child Can Choose That Won’t Break The Bank

    4 Personal Touches Your Child Can Choose That Won’t Break The BankOur children are angels deep down and we want them to have everything that they want, but sometimes leaving a room choice up to them probably isn’t the best use of money since they probably can’t foresee the same things that we can. A sophisticated hardwood bedroom set may not be exactly what your 11-year-old girl wants when Dora The Explorer is available, but she will come to appreciate it later on when she grows out of Dora The Explorer. There are ways that you can avoid the unhappy fits without putting hundreds of dollars of choice in their hands.
    Drawer Pulls
    Using the handles and little knick-knacks that their furniture has is exciting on a child’s level. Adding daisy flowers and pictures of their favorite cartoon characters are a great way to change it up and give them a sense of customization without giving them too much power. Check out some of our designs and see what your little one prefers. This is a little more fun for the family because it is something that can teach your child about how not everything should be taken the way it comes. It’s a great way to show how your child has control over their world.
    Ceiling Fans
    Having a colorful ceiling fan is fun for your child because it is a dynamic part of their room and adds colorful finesse and a sense of “coolness” especially if their room has multiple colors going on. The best parts is that when your child outgrows the style of the ceiling fan, changing the blades is as easy as unscrewing a couple of screws. Easy projects make the best customizations for your family!
    Bean Bags
    Beanbags are a heap of fun and give your child a unique sense of “Cool!” when they have playmates over for playtime. Beanbags are great because if you don’t like the design on them or if your little one outgrows the design, you can just buy a new skin to put the entire bag in to “grow up” their room a little more.
    Paint and Wallpaper
    Of course, the best way to make a huge impact on your child’s bedroom (and on them) is to surprise paint their room! Wouldn’t it be great to see the expression on their face when you change their room color to their favorite colors while they’re at school? It’s always great to play dumb and act like their room changed color on its own while they were away. It’s a fun way that mom and dad can enjoy an after noon together and an even more fun way to show your child how you listen to them and let them know that their opinion matters. Give your toddler a fun surprise this summer.
    These are all great ideas to bring into the lives of your children, but they can’t be done without your family working together and starting out by browsing our selection of furniture and getting a feel for what everybody likes. This summer, make a big change or prepare for a new one. The possibilities are only limited by you, so why not start now?
    Love, Mom

  • Using The Power Of Nostalgia

    kid's roomThere is something about that old rocking chair that your mother used to hold you in, which brings back memories. Whether you have one of these or not, it’s always a good idea to keep a piece of family furniture in your child’s bedroom to add a warm, loving touch to their day when things are tense at home.
    When your child has had a bad day, it is always nice for them to go to their room and reflect by themselves a bit. Why not have a small recliner in their room to calm them? Mom’s Bunk House has a wide selection of rocking chairs, recliners, beanbag chairs and other nifty furniture that can last over the years and beyond.
    These types of furniture have a great effect of remembrance and nostalgia, which always have positive effects on your child when they need a time-out or a few minutes by themselves. Recliners are built so sturdy these days that you can purchase one before your child is born to rock them to sleep and use it until they are totally grown. Fabric upholstery tends to last longer than leather if maintained, but leather is much easier to keep clean and maintain. Either way, both are excellent choices for your child’s room.
    Rockers are great as furniture and décor due to their ability to be customized, colored, and also graphics that truly reflect what your child holds interest in. The only drawback to this type of furniture is that unlike recliners, they lack certain sophistication due to their tendency to be very colorful and cartoon-like and if you don’t plan on buying more furniture in the near future, your child may grow out of this kind of furniture quickly. If is much easier to have your child grow into a style of furniture, because growing into sophistication adds value to their character, but having your child linger in a stage of their life could be detrimental to their character. It would be a bit silly to have a 14 year old still watching Dora The Explorer, which is a cartoon meant for children of a much younger age.
    Books are the on the forefront of learning, and regular reading should be established as young as possible. We have bookcases designed with their favorite characters to attract your child to read at a younger age than they would normally hold interest to. If you are interested in keeping your child’s room in a certain class, we also have solid wood bookcases that will instill a strong sense of calm and quiet in their room. Mom’s Bunk House also has varying sizes in bookcase sets to keep your boy or girl’s reading unlimited.
    Whether your children are just learning to express themselves or if they have been long overdue for a creativity overhaul, adding these furniture items to their room will greatly improve their mood and sense of belonging to your family.
    It is also a great family activity – unpacking and assembling furniture together. Structured events like this grant your child the opportunity to express their sense of interest and curiosity in putting things together as a team.
    If you have browsed our selection of furniture, be sure to check out your items and we will have them delivered to your home. If you haven’t yet seen our extensive collection of bunk beds and other furniture, check it out here!

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