This amazing furniture lets your kids scribble on it!

Treat your child to fabulous furniture that's practical and fun

Want something cute, useful and a little bit different? Homeware brand, Loaf has just launched its first kids collection, Little Loafers, that will help you tackle toy overflow and could even inspire kids to keep their bedrooms tidy (well, you can always hope!). The playful range includes 10 unique pieces, including desks, chairs, wardrobes and storage boxes, while this brilliant bed is definitely the star of the show.

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The coolest cabin bed in the neighbourhood

Chock-full of storage, this genius Camber Doodle cabin bed comes with two drawers, four open shelves and a fun chalkboard at one end for getting creative. The ladder is detachable and can be fixed either side. Surely a bed like this will be on every kid's wish list!? It costs £1,195 (excluding the mattress) and will be delivered flat-packed, but the helpful Loaf chaps will assemble it for you and take away all the packaging.

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Homework's in the house

Homework won't be boring with this desk set-up. The barn-style Roofus desk and matching Ickle chair is a cute duo hand carved from beautiful bleached timber. With heaps of nifty storage for stashing away school books and keeping tabs on your favourite stationery, the desk also has a chimney that doubles up as a pen pot, while the chair comes with a built-in book tray. The sloping roof can also be used as a drawing board. They've thought of everything - just a shame it can't help with the homework, too. The desk and chair are £495 for the set.

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Don't let mess turn you into a basket case

If you're forever picking toys and books of the floor, then these stackable storage boxes might just be your saving grace. Scoop everything up into these colourful baskets – incredibly, they're made from recycled magazines! – and tuck them neatly away. They can be bought in a small (single box, £95) or medium (double box, £125) and can be arranged horizontally or vertically to create a storage system that works in any space.