The Range of Children’s Bunk and Kids Beds
When it comes to purchasing a children’s bed, the sheer range of bunk beds can really make the decision incredibly difficult. There are a number of things you have to take into account when it comes to purchasing a bed, but the most important factors include; the age of the child, what the child will be using the bed for, and the space you have to work with.
Blue Single and Double Kids Bunk
This bunk bed, for example, is perfect for children who need that extra storage space as extra shelves and drawers are incorporated into the structure of the bed itself. Furthermore, the kid-friendly colours do nothing but add to the overall appeal of this bed. This can fit perfectly into most colour schemes and provides a place where either a second child or a guest can sleep.
Noah Kids Combi Bed
Again, this neutral colour scheme means that this bed can fit perfectly into most children’s bedrooms. However this bed differs because instead of having a second bed it has a range of cupboards and drawers which means that the extra storage space will be particularly welcomed in any Aussie child’s room.
It’s clear that with Australian parents the safety of their children is imperative with any product they buy. This bed caters to this perfectly as the guards at the top of the bed means that your child will not inadvertently roll out of bed at night and potentially cause themselves a serious injury, as a result.
An additional aspect to his bed is that it can be personalised by the child as it’s perfectly suitable to house a wall plaque or some stickers. This is something which most children’s beds just won’t allow you to do without damaging it.
Other Types of Beds
Of course these are just some of the specific bunk beds which you can choose from. However there are other types of bunks which are also available to you.
For older children there is an option of purchasing a bunk bed which only has the top bunk. Instead of the bottom bunk, a desk or general storage space may be stored under it. This obviously has the additional advantage of significantly reducing clutter in a kid’s bedroom whilst also providing a designated learning or studying space and this can only help their grades in the future as it will encourage autonomous and continuous learning.
And for Australian families which have been blessed with more than two children the option of having a triple bunk bed is also a viable option. This won’t cost much more to purchase than a conventional bunk bed so you won’t find yourself out of pocket, which you otherwise would have if you had purchased a separate bed for each child.
Bunk beds for children are a great option if you are someone who needs to reduce clutter or save space, and this applies to whether you have one child or a large brood. The range of bunks is extensive so you should be able to find a bunk bed to serve your child’s needs.