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.
The dimensions of the same line in twin over full are just one inch short in depth, the rest being the same. Each of these can be broken down into individual single or double beds. A twin over twin is the same size as the full but 45" deep, saving 15 inches of space. Not all children's bunk beds are the same size of course, and Signature's Jaidyn youth twin over twin comes at 81" x 44" x 69" as a comparison - generally smaller all round.
Storage beds don't have large box springs or other heavy objects so it is easier to pullup. Small stills on the back end of the storage bed pulls out, allowing it to rest easily on the floor. Storage beds are great for storing seasonal items under the bed to help save space and keep your room from becoming cluttered. However, if you have a wood floor you might want to place a space rug in the area so when it is folded out it does not scratch the floor, do to the movement of the stilts.
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