Published at Saturday, March 09th, 2019 - 17:26:43 PM. Beds. By Bernadette Bouvier.
In order to choose properly, test and compare different options, but ideally, only those that have handrails to hold onto. If the bunk bed doesn’t have handrails, it was probably made for teenagers who don’t need to care about balance anymore. Therefore, it all depends on the age of your child. Regardless of its looks, color, or size, we all want to buy the most solid bunk bed we can find. This pretty much limits the choice of wooden and metal bunk beds (which is good because they come in all colors, patterns, or children themes).
The height of the bunk bed matters the most: you need to be sure there will be at least two feet of spare space between the mattress and the ceiling, otherwise, your child could get hurt while getting up. When it comes to floor space, twin bunk beds don’t have to be larger than standard twin beds, unless you’ve decided to go for a trundle/L shaped beds, or such that have special features (pullout drawers, for instance).
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