Most children love bunk beds, and the problem is generally not whether they like them or not, but the fight over who gets the top bunk. You have a number of options with bunk beds: they can be twin over twin, twin over full or full over full according to how many kids you have to accommodate.
There are many types of beds to choose from, and it is vital that you know which is best for your children's rooms. The basic beds are usually two simple twin sized beds, one on top of the other. Some beds come as a twin size mattress on top, and a single or double mattress on the bottom. Loft beds are usually single beds over a place to store books and toys, or some come with a single bed over a futon. Some beds even offer three tiers, and these are great if you have three children of similar age sharing a room.
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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