A kid race car bed works to immediately create a playful atmosphere that ignites their imagination from the moment they wake up. Kid race car beds are made out of a variety of materials including high-density polyethylene which is often dent-resistant. You'll also find lots of options crafted out of manufactured or engineered wood for its durability. Some bed frames may also come made out of molded plastic which works to showcase the classic curves of a sports car. If your child likes to play around at night, Jessica Davis recommends opting for a bed with a metal support structure underneath the frame of the bed. Some kid race car beds come with wooden slats to help keep the mattress in place and secure. Also, if you have a headboard that's made out of faux leather or other soft materials, it could come padded with filling to ensure the utmost comfort.
David Netto notes that you can find a kid race car bed made to fit both twin or full-size mattresses which works well for growing children. A kid race car bed is most often crafted out of plastic or engineered wood and shaped to resemble a race car with a sleigh-style headboard representing the high curved back of the vehicle. There is often assembly required with a bed footboard and side panels that can include faux or real lights, wheels, chrome-like features, and more. There is often a weight capacity of between 150 to 200 pounds as they're made to accommodate children. With that in mind, there may be a metal support structure in place for added support. For added luxury, the wood or plastic may be finished in a high-gloss lacquer or paint to give the kid race car bed a cool sheen.
You can find a kid race car bed that resembles an ultra-low to-the-ground model which makes it easy for kids to get into bed at night. You'll find lots of styles available such as a classic race car design with a high sleigh-style headboard that's painted a bright apple red. Design expert, Nathan Turner notes that there are also kid race car beds specially designed for pop culture lovers with decals and added features from your favorite television, animated, or comic series. And for those with dreams of becoming a police officer or firefighter, there are even kid race car beds that look like police vehicles and fire trucks. If you have a little one who loves to run and jump into bed, a jeep-style kid race car bed painted black, blue, or army green could be a fun option with big faux wheels, doors, and hidden compartments.
If you have a child who's scared of the dark or needs additional lighting in their bedroom, Courtney McLeod suggests finding a kid race car bed with battery-operated light-up features or headlights. There could also be other add-on fun features available as well such as faux wheels and decals. For safety purposes, you'll also find some kid race car beds that come with support slats to hold up your child's mattress or guard rails if they're really little. For those short on space, there are also some kid race car beds that include built-in bookcases or shelves or even stairs or ramps to help your child get into bed. There are also some options made out of eco-friendly and sustainable materials. You might even find a race car bed with panels that change the size of the bed, so it can grow with any child.