Published at Tuesday, April 02nd 2019. by Rex Bright in Bunk Bed Design Ideas.
This is an amazing way of encouraging your child's imagination. A majority of the castle bunk beds available in today's market come with a lot of features. Think about buying castle bunk beds that may also be taken apart and used independently. These beds are perfect not just because they can save space, but certainly will enhance your children's room. The only problem is that after you purchase one of these beds you will have to match the entire room, yet this can be an exciting task for you and your child too.
Any custom theme bed you'd like to design for your kids bedroom can be built as a bunk bed. A castle bed can have the upper turrets and the inner chamber. A jungle bed can have a hollowed out tree trunk for the lower portion and a tree house platform for the upper bunk. A Tudor cottage or a Victorian mansion can have an upstairs and a downstairs. An ocean theme bedroom can have one bunk above the surface and one bunk below the surface of the sea.
The design of the classic bunk bed has more or less stayed the same over the years, which is a testament to the ingenuity of the original idea. It's difficult to improve a perfect design and the simple idea of having two individual bed frames which can be stacked to save space is one which remains as popular today as it has always done.
I recently spoke to a friend who was just having their third child. They told me that they were stressed out as they were looking for a bigger house, but they couldn't afford to move to a larger scale house. When I listened to their predicament I couldn't help but think that the answer was simple. With children's bunk beds there would be no issue.
Whatever kind of bunk bed you opt to buy it's important to take your time and consider all of the options. Try not to be persuaded by price alone; often the difference between a poor quality bed and a good one is only a few pounds extra and will be more than paid back over the many years of functional use your children will benefit from it.
The dimensions of the same line in twin over full are just one inch short in depth, the rest being the same. Each of these can be broken down into individual single or double beds. A twin over twin is the same size as the full but 45" deep, saving 15 inches of space. Not all children's bunk beds are the same size of course, and Signature's Jaidyn youth twin over twin comes at 81" x 44" x 69" as a comparison - generally smaller all round.
If you have children who share a bedroom together, but who also happen to be very far apart in their ages, then a twin over full bunk bed is a great way to consolidate space while giving each child a bed that meets all their comfort requirements. A twin over full bunk bed is exactly as it sounds, it's a twin bed on top of a larger, full-sized bunk bed sitting below. Of course, a twin over full bunk bed is also perfect for single children as well - as it provides a fun and convenient sleeping space for friends during sleepovers.
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