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Kids' Beds

Give your child a comfortable place to sleep with these kids' beds. Conserve space with a practical bunk bed with storage drawers, or decorate your toddler's room with a colorful, cartoon-themed bed. Free Shipping.*

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Kids' Beds

As your kids grow, they need furniture that is suited to their sizes, styles and tastes. From the very beginning, there is specialized furniture designed to make your life easier and your kids more comfortable; take advantage of kids' furniture and make every room a sanctuary.
The first kids' bed you're likely to purchase is a crib. If you choose a convertible crib, you'll have a piece of furniture that's designed to change into a perfectly sized toddler bed when the time comes. If you opt for a traditional crib, then you get to choose entirely new furniture as your child grows. Toddler beds come in many of the same styles as full-size furniture; your choices range from sleigh beds to basic beds with safety rails.
All kids reach an age where they need a space of their own. Twin-size bed frames and kids' full-size beds are good choices for establishing personal space. For kids who are inseparable day or night, or when space is a factor, consider bunk beds. Another space-saving option is a loft bed; you can use the space underneath for a study or play area, or set up an indoor campsite for sleepovers.
Support your kids' developing tastes and add fun to their bedrooms with themed headboards and matching bedding. Canopy beds are easy to personalize with curtains, and a car bed is just the thing to encourage early bedtimes.

Recent Customer Reviews in Kids' Beds

  • Black Catalina Twin-size Bed

    Today $314.99 Was $349.99

    Dec 27, 2014

    addicted2theo Rating:5.0

    Ordered this for my teen daughter who was forced to downsize from a queen to a twin when we moved. After purchasing a ton from Pottery Barn and yes..Overstock..I decided on this due to it's low price. Quality is great though and no problems assembling.

  • Very Nice. Pleasantly surprised.

    Jan 8, 2015

    quetzalcoatl Rating:5.0

    I was very surprised when I received this bed. First the boxes were heavy as an elephant. I opened the boxes to find solid exotic hardwood construction. I mean I cannot believe this bed is not more. Made in Vietnam, this bed shows some quality touches. My daughter loves it, and it appears to be a piece of furniture she may have for quite sometime by the solid construction and excellent quality woods used.

  • Twin Tufted Headboard

    Today $107.97 Was $119.97
    Great for a toddler bed

    Dec 20, 2014

    Ocassionalbuyer Rating:5.0

    It's high and padded, perfect for little bed-jumpers to avoid head bumps. And the price is right.

  • My son loves this bed! (Transitioning from bunk)

    Dec 2, 2014

    K8lae  from Irvine, CA, Rating:4.0

    Love the espresso color! Our 9" twin size ************ mattress fits fine in the trundle too. My handy husband was able to reverse the way the trundle faced. He also had to change a couple parts that came in the wrong direction :( we got an overstock, full mattress for it. The bed sits high, which is nice. Came w a lot of parts, so good thing my husband is handy! Our son loves it! I couldn't find anything this nice in the stores. Hopefully we can find a matching nightstand..

  • Overstock? more like overpriced.

    Dec 19, 2014

    jwm  from Charlotte, NC, Rating:1.0

    The description of the product says "solid pine construction." Apparently the grade of pine used in Vietnam to make the bed is akin to balsa wood. I realize there are different grades of pine, but this bed is apparently made from wood not deemed high enough quality for shipping pallets. And as is true with almost every item I buy from the far East countries (usually China of course) there are essential parts missing! In this case, it was one mini-dowel used to join two pieces of the bed. And of course, the dowels are metric and an appropriate replacement is impossible to find in the US. I'm sure the bed will provide ample support for a child once assembled, which is its intended use. It will not be handed down through the generations. In fact I'd be surprised if it will last 10 years without a major failure, since the fastening screws strip the flimsy, wide-grained wood out almost immediately upon becoming tight. My overall opinion of Overstock is that they think you'll assu...

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