When your little girl is on her way, decorating the nursery can be so fun. Maybe you had a princess theme, or even a teddy bear one. Perhaps you didn’t have a theme — you just included all the adorable baby decorations and toys you had! Either way, a nursery is precious. But it’s also temporary. When she outgrows that crib, enters school, and becomes a teen, she’s going to need, and, quite possibly, want, a “grown-up girl” bedroom.
The Bedroom Source furniture showroom in Carle Place, Long Island provides a variety of bedroom furniture options for girls, young or old. You can choose an entire set or mix and match the pieces you like — whatever works for you and your daughter!
The Emma collection displays elegance with its simple, yet feminine look. The curved dresser handles add some flair, and the raised edges on headboards and drawers create a lovely three dimensional effect.
The bed options include the post bed (which includes bed curtains!) and a bunk bed with an angled ladder. There’s also the low loft with stairs, which can accommodate storage furniture underneath. The panel bed is traditional, featuring a lovely headboard. The stair bunk bed has a staircase leading up to the top bunk, with shelves under the stairs.
Emma storage furniture coordinates perfectly with the Emma beds and even adds a special touch with lovely curved legs. The nightstand has a drawer and storage space underneath, while the storage chest offers more space with closed-in cabinets and open shelves. The traditional chest has five large drawers, and the four drawer chest has two large drawers and two small drawers.
This collection also features an academic side. If you need space for books, the Emma bookcase is a great fit! The Emma desk has drawers and shelf space above the desk itself. The largest dresser in this collection contains five large drawers and two small ones. You can even get it with a mirror!
If you are looking for a bedroom set with a more modern flair, take a look at the Madison collection. The panel bed features are traditional, with the added bonus of being able to accommodate drawers underneath. The upholstered bed could add a unique flair to any girl’s bedroom — and who wouldn’t like a soft headboard?
The bookcase bed provides shelves at the head and can even accommodate a trundle bed underneath. If you’re looking for a bunk bed, Madison offers one with an angled ladder and even some storage space underneath.
The Madison collection also features multiple storage options. The drawer chest contains four large and two small drawers. The larger dresser has six large drawers and three smaller ones, with a large mirror attached to the top, and the nightstand contains three drawers.
If you want a different look, consider the Madison wardrobe. It has a mirrored door (which saves space by replacing a wall mirror!), a small drawer in the bottom, and shelves and a garment rod inside. For an older girl, the Madison desk and hutch would be perfect. There’s desk space and drawers and shelves for storage.
These are only some of the great options you have for a young lady’s bedroom furniture. For more, keep an eye out for Part 2 of “Your Girl’s Bedroom.”
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The Bedroom Source
Located near the Roosevelt Field Mall on Long Island, NY, The Bedroom Source is your source for the best collection of children’s and teen bedroom furniture. From flexibly configurable Maxtrix furniture to fashionable Berg collections, The Bedroom Source offers high end furniture and professional design assistance to create the bedroom of your child’s dreams.
Contact the friendly staff at The Bedroom Source by calling (516) 248-0600 or by visiting www.BedroomSource.com. We’re a local family owned mom & pop store. When you shop with us, you’re dealing directly with the owners. We professionally assemble everything we sell. We deliver to Long Island, the 5 Boroughs of New York City, Rockland, southern Connecticut, and northern New Jersey.
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