Loft Beds. Similar to bunk beds, but instead of a bed below the top bunk, these have desks, dressers, and other furnishings underneath. These are a great choice because they save a lot of space and kids still have the fun of having an elevated bed.
Standard bunk beds - there are a number of different types of bunk bed. A standard bunk bed will have two beds the same stacked one on top of the other. A single over double bunk bed has a single bed stacked above a double bed. A futon bunk is arranged like a standard bunk bed but with a futon bed underneath. An L shaped bunk arranges the beds so that they appear in an L shape. The top bed of a bunk bed arrangement is only suitable for children age 6 and over. These beds are great for children who share a bedroom or children who have friends who sleepover.
Most kids furniture sacrifices form for function. Instead of worrying about which pieces are unique, stylish, and reflect their kids' personalities, parents that are decorating kids rooms tend to gravitate toward more utilitarian pieces, chosen for strength, durability, and safety instead of for their looks. Safety should always be the most important thing to a parent, but unique kids beds let parents purchase furniture that is attractive, durable, and functional.
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