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Tots To Teens Furniture

8732 Glenwood Avenue


North Carolina






Simple Ways to Repurpose Baby Furniture

25 February, 2018

As a new parent, you might be hesitant to spend money on baby furniture because you aren’t sure how long the furniture will be used. Just because your child grows up, doesn’t mean that you need to get rid of the furniture. The best thing that you can do is to buy high-quality furniture right now, and then find ways to repurpose the furniture later on.

These are a few options that you can consider to repurpose baby furniture after your child is grown:

Convertible Crib to Toddler Bed

Buying the right type of crib will allow you to keep the same furniture in the child’s room throughout childhood. We offer convertible cribs that can be transformed into a headboard for a toddler bed and bigger mattresses as well. This type of furniture is an excellent way to repurpose the items in the nursery since the child can continue using the bed as they grow.

Changing Table into a Dresser

Choose a changing table with drawers or shelves underneath the changing station. When the child grows out of diapers, you can move the changing area to create a dresser that can be used for many years. The child can use this space for clothing, toys, and more.

Loveseat or Patio Furniture

A stylish crib can be transformed into a loveseat or patio furniture for you to sit on. Use one side of the crib to form the back of the seat, add some colorful cushions, and strengthen the base with sturdy wood to sit on. You might even consider adding stylish feet or arm rests.

Dog Crate

Once your child is done using a crib, why not pass it along to the family pet? A crib is a perfect size to be repurposed into a dog crate. Put one of the sides on hinges, add a ceiling to keep the pet inside the crate, and lower the floor so that the animal can easily jump inside.

Here at Tots to Teens we offer high-quality furniture that can be used for a lifetime. Contact our experienced team to learn more about the products that we offer.