Before you begin searching through page after page of children’s bunk beds you must first measure out the room and decide on correct placement. The measurements can then help you decide what type of bunk bed would be the best choice for you and the room.
There is a range of bunk beds, more than one might think. They range from really simple designs to complex designs customisable in a variety of configurations. Considering; space, requirements and the design of the room should help you narrow down your options.
Most bunk beds fall into two distinct categories; basic and lofted. Basic bunk beds are available as twin-over-twin, twin-over-full, etc. Lofted beds could come with the bed over a futon, or a study area.
Special features, such as storage, study areas, or play things such as slides or tents are available, of course depending on the needs of the child.
Bunk beds with futons or pull out beds are good options for kids who often have sleepovers. You can buy bunk beds that come with these features already or as add-ons.
We hear a lot of concerns from parents about the safety and accessibility of the beds, however the designs and safety has come on a long from those metal frames that you’d expect to see in a military barracks.
These day’s ladders come in all shapes and sizes and can make climbing much safer and can be suited to each child’s individual needs and preferences.
One thing that you mustn’t forget is to consult with your child: in the end it is them that will be spending a good portion in and around the area.