Bunk beds are a great way to give a home more space for children or guests without taking up more floor space. For a room that is on the small side, bunk beds are a great way to open the room and allow more space for other things. Bunk beds also work well if you do not have enough rooms and need to house more than one child in one room.
Not only are bunk beds a great space saver, they are also rather fascinating for many children. Kids love to climb up and down the ladders and play on the upper and lower bunks in a variety of ways. Bunk beds can free up quite a bit of space and they can also include storage by way of drawers under the bottom bunk and in other ways.
Many bunk beds are designed with children in mind and since kids love the bunk bed theme altogether, they are not only great for sleeping, but they are also often high entertainment. Not all bunk beds are for kids alone. There are many designs that are more elegant and classy and allow for older age ranges as well. Bunk beds could be placed in the guest room, for example, for times when guests stay in the home. While the accommodate guests on occasion, they also stay out of the way when they are not in use.
There are many different bunk beds from which to choose within today’s market. Some of the design elements depend on the size and type of room the beds will go into. Other elements are can be decided based on taste and style.
This simple DIY wooden bunk bed can fit into the corner of nearly any room. The curtains give the child on the lower bunk some privacy as well as a fun place to place.
This modern design looks like it belongs on a ship. It is simple and sophisticated and allows the homeowner the ability to add style around the simplicity.
This bunk bed combo takes the right shaped room, but when it fits perfectly, it brings a lot of extra storage with it.
This classy example gives guests a place to sleep and stays out of the way when there is no one extra staying in the house. The room is classy and elegant as well as versatile.
Some bunks fold away and are great for kids who often have friends come over to stay. The lower bunk can roll under the top bunk so it is out of the way most of the time, but it is simple to bring out when needed. The extra storage at the end is an added bonus.
This classic look is elegant and versatile. The little girl living in this room can sleep on the top and have room for guests or dolls on the bottom.
She can also fold the bed up into a couch and bring the table up to use the bottom portion of the bunk for homework or a different kind of play.
Built in bunk beds are a great way to save even more floor space than normal bunks. These beds fit into the room without taking up any floor space at all and they add quite a few beds to the home.
Since sailors often sleep in bunk beds on their ships, the nautical theme works well for bunks within the home. The netting on top keeps little ones from falling out and also fits into the theme.
Most bunk beds are stacked one on top of the other with the lower bunk lining up underneath the top one. This unique angle gives just as much bed space, but even more storage and a unique look.