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Yorkshire Day: How to Design a ‘Best of Yorkshire’ Kids Bedroom

Posted on 01/08/2020 by Room to Grow
Holiday, In The News, Room to Grow

As the UK’s largest county, Yorkshire has its own culture which is celebrated by many. Those who are Yorkshire born and bred are proud to be so, whether it be from the north, south, east or west. Room to Grow is proud to be a Yorkshire born company. Hailing from the home of Yorkshire Tea […]

Room to Grow Partner with Park Plaza for Dream Hotel Room Design!

Posted on 13/03/2020 by Room to Grow
In The News, Room to Grow

At Room to Grow, we believe creating a space that lets your child rest and learn as well encourage their imagination to run wild is extremely important. This is why children are at the heart of everything we do. Research revealed that 71% of adults believe hotel rooms are designed with grown-ups in mind rather […]

Quiz: Which Roald Dahl book would your child enjoy most?

Posted on 11/09/2019 by Room to Grow
In The News, Learning, Reading, Room to Grow

Reading is important for children; it teaches them numerous skills and life lessons whilst providing them with a magical escape. It is especially good as part of a bedtime routine as it allows them to relax and unwind before bed and takes time away from any screens. Roald Dahl is one of the most popular […]

The Importance of Safe Furniture

TESTED: The importance of child furniture safety

Posted on 07/04/2017 by Room to Grow
In The News, Room to Grow, Safety

At Room to Grow we know the importance of safety when it comes to children’s furniture. However, we also understand that it’s something that may not automatically be the first thought for parents when they’re in the middle of the hustle and bustle of preparing for a new arrival. This topic has particularly come into […]

paper snowflakes at Christmas

Fun Snow Facts For Kids

Posted on 25/01/2015 by Catherine
Fun, In The News

I woke up on Wednesday morning and couldn’t believe my eyes. Snow covered everything outdoors, not thick snow, but enough to provoke and excited “wow!” (from me, first of all). The walk to school was very slippery though, with sheets of ice covering roads and pavements and much to my son’s disappointment, it wasn’t really […]

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