Bunk beds are particularly good if you want to make the most of a narrow bedroom, and many kids love the design. However, if you are considering buying bunk beds for your kids, it's important to bear your children's ages in mind. Top bunks are usually not suitable for children under six years of age, and as your children get older, they may start to think that bunk beds are "babyish", so make sure that they are likely to get enough use out of them before you buy. Some bunk beds are designed so that they can be separated and used as individual beds, so this may be something that you might want to consider.
Twin over Full -- a twin size bed mounted on a full size bed (54 x 75 inches) makes a twin/full bunk bed, an increasingly popular arrangement. The additional space on the bottom bunk can be useful in many situations -- for example, it can provide plenty of comfort to a fully grown teenager, while his/hers younger sibling can occupy the top bunk. Parents who like to snuggle in with their children for some reading before bed time will likewise appreciate the extra space. The additional width also improves the stability of the structure, which is another positive.
Latex foam mattresses are quite responsive as they are actually made from rubber tree sap. Known for their durability, they also have anti-allergy and anti-microbial characteristics. These mattresses bounce back to their original shape as soon as you get off the bed. Pressure is evenly distributed too. A viscose elastic or memory foam bed is made of polyurethane foam. It does not respond as quickly as a latex foam mattress but is excellent at relieving pressure points on the body. This foam mattress has several different densities making some harder than others. Polyurethane foam beds are petroleum based. They too come in different densities and are one of the more popular foam beds.
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