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Frequently Asked Kids Table and Chairs Questions

Kids Table and Chairs by Ashley
Furnishing a kid’s room can be a challenge. But with premium designs and materials, Ashley makes it easy to find the perfect pieces that suit your home, your child and their unique style personality. From sturdy kids desks to cozy rugs to kids table and chairs, you won’t find a selection of kids furniture that compares in price and quality.

What are Durable Kids' Table and Chair Materials?
The best table and chair material for your child’s room is… wood! This classic material is extremely durable, withstanding the wear and tear of young children as they grow into teens. These days you can find kids wooden table and chairs in a variety of wood products like solid wood, engineered wood and particleboard.

Best Place for Kids' Tables and Chairs?
The playroom is the best place for kids activity tables and chairs. It keeps messy projects out of sight, ensuring that the rest of the home is clutter-free. Playroom furniture like tables and chairs can be laid out in a number of ways. If you want to easily keep an eye on kids as they play, place the table and accompanying chairs in the center of the room. This layout allows you to quickly glance through the doorway for potential bad behavior and messes. If your children are a bit older and can be left to their own devices, a great way to make a designated activities area is by placing a rug and a set of tables and chairs in the corner of the room. By placing this activities area away from the center of the room, kids can have more floor space for potential dance parties, indoor soccer games and dress-up fashion shows.

What Can a Kid's Table Be Used For?
The uses for tables are endless. For example, a kids art table lets children easily draw, craft and paint to their hearts’ content. Tables can also be used to do homework, hold tea parties and have snack time. Kids tables also serve as storage by housing books, toys and other nonessential items. Simply use these tables as pint-sized end tables to clear clutter. Want to see how to make over your kid’s room? Check out this blog.