Published at Tuesday, 02 April 2019. Bunk Bed Design Ideas. By Tatiana Cortez.
In this article we'll look at some ideas for children's bunk beds. As a sizable structure it is little wonder that the bunk bed can be turned into so many different and very exciting pretend-objects. There are various companies around the UK and indeed the world that specialise in children's bunk beds, making them to the exact specification as ordered by the child in question or their parents. You might, however, consider building your own. Either way, the following ideas might spark some of your own ideas, or what kind of bed you want for your little one's room.
There are several bed designs which have evolved from the initial concept of a traditional bunk. Captain's beds and mid-sleepers are just two examples. By incorporating other furniture pieces within the design the space savings can be considerable. Some mid-sleepers will include wardrobe space, shelving and even a study desk - when you consider how much space these individual items of children's furniture would take-up the benefits are obvious, not to mention the cost savings.
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.
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