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KidKraft Children’s Bookcases

Dependable, durable and safe for children, KidKraft children’s bookcases have long been a favourite of kids and parents alike. Easy to put together and fun for kids to use, these children’s bookcases easily store books as well as accessories and toys, saving floor space. Available in many colour options and styles for every child to enjoy, there are several KidKraft bookcase choices.

Sling Bookshelves

Perhaps the most popular and well-known type of KidKraft bookshelf is the sling type. These bookshelves have an outer, solid wooden core, with different fabric and material on the inside to help separate books. Because of the way the fabric is laid out, kids’ books are separated neatly and displayed, so that children can easily select the book they want. Select from natural, pastel or primary colour options.

Themed Bookcases

KidKraft children’s furniture is meant to be fun and engaging and there are many themes styles when it comes to children’s bookcases. Look for bookcases that are built in the shape of a dollhouse or fire station, an airplane or race car bookcase. There are several different boy, girl and gender-neutral options.

Puzzle Styles

Another popular KidKraft bookcase style is the puzzle bookcase. Each shelf is a big puzzle piece that easily interlocks into the next shelf, creating a fun and joyful look for the playroom or living room. Choose from several different colour options, such as pastel and primary colours, to easily complement the decor of the room.

Other Bookcase Types

KidKraft also features several other bookcase types, such as double storage or storage units. Not just for books, these units also easily fit toys, games and other items. Some offer multiple layers, allowing for toy storage on one shelf and book storage on another. Look for cubbyhole type bookshelves or open storage bookcases to store different types of items.

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