Bunk Beds for Kids -The bunks are any type or style of beds that are stacked one above the other. They are supported by a post at each corner and the upper bunk is usually accessed via a ladder. The upper bed is also surrounded by a guide to prevent the fall of the sleeper.
Not only children beds
In the house, typically it used as children’s beds allows two people to sleep in a room, maximizing space and available space. Although primarily marketed as children’s beds for children under six years of age, the top bunk is not recommended because of the danger in their climb the ladder to get there.
The bunk beds can vary greatly in price; you can find economic models that are generally made of metal, plastic or soft solid wood frames. In addition, the more expensive models are available that are stronger, because they tend to be made of hardwood. The most expensive types often come with accessories such as ties or rack accessories.
Types of bunk beds
There are different types of bunk beds for kids available including:
Standard bunk – bunk beds standard are the most common type and has two berths, each with the same size mattress stacked one below the other. The bunks are usually standard used for cot.
Two more comprehensive – A twin over full is organized as a standard, but as the name suggests, has a full size mattress on the bottom and a twin size on the upper bunk.
Futon bunk – arranged like a standard bunk, but with a Western-style futon sofa that converts into a bed on the bottom. These bunk beds are ideal for small apartments or studios as the bottom can double as a sofa during the day.
Castillo shaped L – This type of bed has the lower berth at right angles upward so that if it were to be seen from above, would be similar to a form of L. This allows a desk, chair or other place, furniture in the space under the upper bunk.
Loft bed – A loft bed has only the top bunk, which serves to create space underneath that can be used for other furniture like a sofa, a desk or bedside table. Some loft beds are made with features such as storage draws or integrated workstation.
Wretham triple loft bed – This is where a pair of bunk beds are standard connected to a loft bed, so that the three seats in total. The upper bed is connected so as to be orthogonal to the other beds, of L shape when viewed from above.
Wretham Triple Loft Bed + Cougan – This variety has a total of four beds, usually stacked one above the other.