How to Give a Basic Toddler Bed a Designer Look

Some simple do-it-yourself tricks can take toddler beds and bedding from basic to stunning, designer-caliber showstoppers.

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Add Pendants Centered Above Nightstands

Once nightstands are in place, add a touch of the unexpected by hanging ceiling pendants. To ensure that the pendants are out of reach of toddlers, center the pendants on the nightstands with the bottom of the pendants spaced approximately 16 to 24 inches above the top of the nightstands. Tip: Since cords can be hazardous to toddlers, it's best to have ceiling pendants hardwired into junction boxes. This is preferable to using swag kits, which include chains or cords easily reachable by active toddlers. Pendants: Crystorama.

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