The first thing to determine is how much space you want the bed to take up. There are many bunk beds for kids that are designed to be space economical, while many other beds are large, luxurious affairs that use a lot of space. Knowing how much room space you want your kids' bunk bed to occupy can help you make the right decision, as you need to know how much space to leave on either side as well as above the top bunk of the bed.
There are wooden bunk beds that are sturdy and classic, and often these bunk beds for kids are very heavy and solid. Metal bunk beds are usually lightweight and fairly easy to assemble, though they are not as strong as most wooden beds. You can find beds of any color, and you can peruse the different bed options to find one that complements your interior décor.
By contrast, Legacy offers a twin corner loft bed to make the best use of limited space. This can be arranged to sleep three in a space 121" x 82" and the height is 72 inches. There are several units available to fit underneath, such as a dresser, nightstand, bookcase, chest of drawers and even children's seating. The end rails of this unit act as a ladder, although an optional lean-to ladder is also available.
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