Published at Monday, March 11th, 2019 - 18:06:07 PM. Beds. By Roial Weber.
Age matters also in terms of style; even if that would mean draining your pocket in order to respond to your children’s requests. Eight years old girls will probably ask for a My little pony-themed bunk bed, and boys on similar age will ask for planes, but both of them will refuse to sleep in those bunk beds after a year or two. That’s why you should talk with your youngsters and try to convince them to choose something more traditional that will simply grow as they do. There are amazing bunk beds which will suit children of all ages, growing as they do to accommodate a bookshelf or desk.
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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