Author : Julia R. Ross.
Published : Sat: Apr 6 2019 :6 AM.
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If you are going to let your child pick out his/her lamp, pre-select the choices so you can exercise some control over the look, cost and size of the lamp. We recommend Two Choices for a pre-teen and Three Choices for a teenager.
Kids need space to do their activities like we do. This special place should be where they do their homework, study or even doodle something. This type of furniture may be treated as an accessory in a room. And some might think that desk furniture is not suitable for a young kid.
The size of the lamps base should not take up too much of the work area, so that it does not have to be constantly moved around to make way for projects. The lamp should be "replaceable", i.e. NOT a sentimental family heirloom, just in case there is an accidental knock or a mishap with a spilled glass of juice or a swipe with a pencil. The lamp should have at LEAST a 60watt bulb.
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The best material for a desk is timber and is often the most readily available. Some types of timber are strong to withstand the impact and constant use. Wood like oak and veneer are usually combined together to make a stunning desk fit for your boy or girl. However, another durable material is MDF which is a great base if you want a painted finish.
Your kids should have a say when selecting his desk because it will be him who uses it and therefore it should bring him pleasure to sit at it. A child who is not happy with his desk will not want to spend time at it.