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Children's Solid Wood Tables and Chairs

Solid wood tables and chairs can be a key part of creating a strong and safe play area in a child's bedroom, where they can spread out their toys or do some colouring. Alternatively, you might have a set of children's solid wood tables and chairs in the dining room so that the youngsters can get used to eating at a table, but have one that is the right height for them next to the rest of the family.

Solid wood is durable enough to withstand most domestic accidents and mishaps so it's a great choice for children's furniture . Some wood tables for children have storage shelves or drawers to keep their toys in.

Plain sets

To keep a children's room more neutral, opt for one of the plain wooden chair and table sets that are available. This type is probably also more appropriate for use in the main dining room, if you want to use it to help children learn how to sit and eat sensibly at mealtimes. Others are painted white or waxed for a glossy look. Despite being designed for children, these sets have the appearance of conventional furniture so will be a great addition to your home.

Themed table sets

Some wooden table and chair sets are themed with animals such as tigers or Disney characters like Minnie Mouse. A Crayola table set has chair and table legs that look just like Crayola crayons. Another themed set has racing cars painted on it. Some follow themes such as fairies and have chairs decorated with fairy wings. Themed sets are fun and are sure to liven up a children's bedroom or play area.

Desk table sets

Desk table sets provide a great space for children to do some colouring or sit and read, either on their own or with a parent or sibling. When they start bringing back homework from school, it's a great idea to set up a quiet area for them to complete it. Some children's desks and tables have a lift-up top that reveals a space where items can be stored safely. Desk tables may come with either a child's chair or a stool.

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