What’s orange and round and makes good furniture? Try a basketball! Great chairs, stools and beds with that familiar orange design are a great option for a kids bedroom.
One great thing about all these pieces is that they are generically basketball. That makes them work well for a boy or girl bedroom, not to mention with any of your favorite teams. I know my niece would seriously love any of these (she thinks she’s going to go play for the Lady Vols some day), so they are definitely not just for the guys.
There’s a lot of variation in the colors here, from bright orange to more of a brown color. Keep that in mind when trying to make decisions about bedding and so forth. The orange colors require a little more thought and planning to work them in the room – they go great with blue and pink, though – while the browner shades work with just about anything since they’re so neutral.
Basketball Beds and Headboards
Furniture of America Basketball Bunk Bed
Basketball Chairs and Stools
I just love the Slam Dunk line from Newco. You might not be able to tell from smaller pictures, but the golden color used in the background is actually a print designed to look like the wood floor of a court.
NBA© Mini Rocker Speaker Chair
Basketball Kids Novelty Chair and Ottoman
Basketball Mid-Back Kids Desk Chair
Flash Furniture Kids Basketball Stool
Spalding Sports Table
Isn’t this cool? Given the glass top, you’ll have to decide if it’d be safe in your child’s room, but the use of the hoop and net is quite clever in the design.
Bean Bag Chairs
Big Joe Basketball Bean Bag
Basketball Bean Bag
Basketball Toy Boxes, Dressers and Storage
Hoops Basketball 1 Tier 1 Wide Bed Locker
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