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Manage small summer homes with Amish toy chests

by Tom Grimes

Vacations often mean trips to residences that aren't as accommodating as a family's home, especially if everyone is staying with relatives or friends.

Summer homes like these can feel cramped for space, particularly in terms of sleeping arrangements. But Courier-Journal.com reports that it's possible to make a group bedroom cozy, as long as it's properly organized.

One should focus on the kids' bedroom when working to save space, the news source states that children often find it entertaining to sleep in the company of others. Sleeping bags, beanbag chairs and trundle beds are all effective ways to manage limited areas.

Storage is another issue in a shared bedroom, but Amish toy chests can help add a classic beauty to a space while also significantly reducing the number of playthings left lying on the floor. With their wide designs, everything from linens to stuffed animals to crayons can be packed into these chests.

Pieces of Amish bedroom furniture are also built to last, which will be ideal for homeowners looking to make a longterm investment for their summer homes or children's rooms. Amish toy chests can store collectibles and children's items, but, as time passes, are just as appropriate for storing the belongings of teenagers and adults. ADNFCR-3308-ID-19910122-ADNFCR



12/9/2016 8:02:01 PM