Pieces to decorate your little pineapple
Bedroom furniture can be an investment or just a fun addition to a kid’s space. And the SpongeBob options I’ve found run the gamut from inexpensive storage options to seats to snuggle down into for reading time.
In the past, there were some great options from Lea that were targeted to tween and teen – very classic and hip styles in beds and dressers. But those are all gone, now, unfortunately. Loved them, especially the pink and orange Bikini Bottom design on the white pieces although the surfboard shack beach stuff was pretty cool too. So for now, we’re mostly left with options that are targeted for little kids in style and size.
You’ll notice two distinct camps as you scroll down this page – solid yellow vs blue and yellow. What you choose should probably depend on what you’re planning to include in the rest of the room, really. One bright single-color chair is a great addition if you already have all the bedding and so forth. Or you could use the pieces like the organizer in the picture here to set the theme and build out with patterned bedding and the like.
SpongeBob Furniture Sets
Everything you need as far as big pieces go, conveniently packaged together.
Toddler Bed and Multi Bin Organizer Bundle
Seating and Tables
Most of these are sized for smaller kids, with the exception maybe of this first bean bag chair. I’m not entirely sure why that is since my older nieces could watch this show forever.
Patrick Plush Sofa Chair
Toddlers Upholstered Fabric Chair
Flip Open Sofa, SpongeBob
Nickelodeon Spongebob Activity Table and Chair Set
Nickelodeon Sponge Bob Toddler Bed
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