Often times when we have small children, our first thought is we can’t have ‘good’ or ‘nice’ furniture. The reasons are obvious, children have yet to learn that they need to take care of things. They are learning and experimenting with all things, at all times, including when things get broken. Children don’t often understand that their actions will resulting in something being damaged or broken. They are simply exploring their world, it’s their job, and they do it very well. Having said that, you must be thinking, “that is so true, I won’t be able to have new furniture until they are much older or leave home!”. Yes, it’s true, that they do these things, but it’s not true that you can have new furniture, because they’ll damage it. p>
Consider for a moment if you will, distressed furniture. By it’s nature, distressed furniture is furniture that is intentionally destroyed, or in some other way, manipulated. Be banging with a hammer, changing the paint, or jabbing parts of it out, in a totally random way. That’s what distressed furniture is. Now, having said that, would it make sense that you can in fact have ‘new’ furniture that is distressed while you still have children at home? Absolutely!
If you chose distressed furniture, you’re making a solid decision to have furniture that looks old and beat up! You’re make a conscious decision to get furniture that you no longer have to worry about what happens to it. What this should do, is allow for you to rest in the fact that you can get new furniture before your children leave your home. Consider that if you get distressed furniture, it no longer matters if they color on it, stab it with a pencil or knife (although kids shouldn’t have knives), or paint it. It’s all part of the life of distressed furniture.
Why types of furniture can you get that’s distressed? Everything from beds, headboards, bookcases, china cabinets, and on the list goes. Why? Because it’s furniture, like anything else, and you there’s always someone that is planning ahead for your needs.
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