Anyone who has lived in a small apartment or room, knows the problem – too many things, too little space. Especially if several children have to share a room, you are looking for a practical solution.
In this case, creativity is required, and often it creates the most interesting and exciting design. Bunk beds for children’s bedroom are a convenient alternative and especially good for attics. We have summarized some fresh ideas that can assist you in finding a suitable bed.
Bunk beds in the bedroom – a space-saving alternative
How to select the bunk beds for the bedroom or the playroom, depends primarily on the available space and the wall where the bed should be fixed. The bed should not be located closer than 1 meter to the ceiling, so you do not get hurt when you get up. It is important that the bed is firmly fixed to the wall. People who turn around a lot while sleeping, should add a safety net. Detached bunk beds require a certain home construction, so you should check before buying if it is possible to fix them in the room.
Bunk beds in student apartments
Bunk beds in a student apartments can be combined with a sofa or desk underneath. The extra storage space is also free for a wardrobe. Here you can even combine multiple bunk beds so that roommates have more space for daily activities.
Kids bunk bed – interesting design ideas
Children’s bunk beds are so popular not only because of practicality, but because they provide an exciting playground. Get a bed with a slide or with additional storage space – be inventive! Some children are afraid of heights – and they see the distance from the bed to the floor much higher than an adult – here there is the possibility to “install’ the bed into a wall niche or to make a tent, so they feel homy and can not look directly down.
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