June 25

Things Bunk Beds Can Offer You That You Did Not Imagine:

Bunk beds are typically designed to make intelligent use of space particularly for families where there are many kids and the space is not sufficient to allow a separate bed and room for each kid of the house. Here are some other things you can get with a bunk bed depending upon its design and make;

Study Space:

What is better than a bed which also serves as the study space of the kids? Nothing! You can get your bunk bed designed in such a  way that it can have added desk like trays beneath the mattress which can be drawn out as a table in case kids have to study. Likewise, proper study space can be made on both the sides of the bunk bed provided you have a long wall and this place can then be used as the study space for each kid.

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Separating the Twin Beds:

If you would like to have the twin beds which can be stacked on top of each other with the side of a wall or also separated from each other and placed like normal beds on the floor then this can also be possible and you will have the need to look for this particular option of bunk beds which can be separated when needed.

Making them serve as sofas:

Although a normal kid can sit happily on a bed as well, yet there are bunk beds which can be converted into sofas for you or your kids to sit and do their work or for you to come up and help them in their work. Just make sure that each of this bed should have sufficient ceiling space above the head for you to sit comfortably.

Storage for items:

A wisely designed bunk bed can have storage space beneath each bed where t=you can keep the clothes and other stuff of the kid who is using that bed. Additionally, there can be shelves made on the side of the bed where there are stairs present as the bunk beds with stairs have the space available for storage where your kids can keep their toys or story books or other items related to their school work making them happy that all their items are close to them, and saving you the headache of getting separate storage shelves for your kids.



Posted June 25, 2016 by Margaret Taylor in category "HOME IMPROVEMENT