Choose Safety first!
Children need to be free to experiment and play freely without avoiding dangerous decor. Sometimes we have to remind ourselves, this is not the room to compromise looks over function, fragile pieces or sharp corners should be avoided. Ideally built-in or recessed furniture work best.
Google four pages -search for "recessed furniture"; thus, recessed doesn´t seem like
is that much used, I mean, outside from the electricity people. Notice that I am not saying that isn´t used at all.
Many times, they use the word with the meaning of "built-in". Not in the above text, for example. In it, I would say that is a "partly enclosed extension connected to or forming part of a room."
2. recessed - resembling an alcove
A recess or partly enclosed extension connected to or forming part of a room.
A secluded structure, such as a bower, in a garden.
built in a space in a wall
DHH fitted into a part of a wall that is further back than the rest of the wall:
a recessed bookshelf
an enclosure that is set back or indented
recess, recession, niche, corner
a small concavity
1. (Engineering / Electrical Engineering) an electrical socket mounted on or recessed into a wall
2. (Engineering / Electrical Engineering) such a socket, esp one installed before the introduction of 13 ampere ring mains, that is designed to provide a current of up to 15 amperes for supplying heaters, etc., rather than lights.
Let´s wait more comments, I am avid to learn as well, PP.