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.
Theme beds or fantasy beds are quite extravagant. Some are designed like castles, spaceships, and playhouses to provide fun and excitement for kids. However, as the kids grow older, they will eventually lose interest in old items and look for other styles. You don't want your teenage daughter to be stuck with a princess theme bed if she wants more "grownup" styles. In this case, you can simply discard or donate the old bed to make way for a new one. However, you will need the extra money for this. If you want a contemporary bed that can "grow" as your child grows, then check whether it is easy to refurbish and redesign for a revamped look. Kids bed land can be transformed into a great loft bed for teenagers. The playhouse below can become a study with a desk, computer, and shelves. As teenagers focus on their school work, you will be providing the necessary space for studying.
Trundies. This type has another bed tucked underneath that slides out when needed. These are good choices for families with two kids, but are also great for any child for when they have sleepovers and other company.
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