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.
Make sure that you choose high-quality, sturdy bunk beds and that the furniture complies with the relevant British Safety Standards. The top bunk should have a guard rail on each side, and the mattress should fit securely in place, at least 10cm below the guard rail. It's also important to make sure that your children understand how to use the top bunk safely.
If you are looking at turning a second room into a bedroom but don't have the space to take away, you don't have to just add onto the house, as building a second room is just going to be incredibly expensive and is an unneeded expense. These top three space saving beds are a great feature as you don't have to lose the space when you want to add the additional bedroom. This way, when someone comes over to visit you don't have to bring out the inflatable mattress or have them sleep on the floor. You just need to pull out the bed from the wall and there is instantly a sleep area for them. These beds are far more comfortable than sleeper mattresses in a couch or love seat as these are actually full sized beds with full sized mattresses, all of which provide more support than what you'd receive from the inflatable mattresses or the sleeper mattresses.
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