Kids Bunk Beds

Traditional Bunk Bed

A traditional bunk bed is comprised of a frame with two mattress spaces: one at the bottom and one at the top. Sizes available include a twin over twin bunkbed or a twin over full bunk bed.

Trundle Bunk Bed

Trundle bunk beds also provide the functionality and storage found in a storage bunk bed in the form of a large drawer that extends horizontally. Typically deep and wide, the trundle is commonly fitted with a mattress and used as a third sleeping space for visiting family or friends.

Storage Bunk Bed

Storage bunk beds are identical to traditional bunk beds with the exception of added storage (usually in the form of drawers) located below the bottom bunk. This added storage is perfect for toys, books, and other items and will keep your children’s room clean.

Traditional Loft Bunk Bed

A loft bed serves as a complete bedroom for your children; typically containing a desk with numerous drawers on each side, loft bunk beds consolidate several pieces of furniture into a center in the bedroom, teaching children to keep things tidy and organized.

Bunk Beds For Kids

Bunk beds are not only functional for today’s homes with more than one child, but they can also be useful to single children as it provides space for best friends and sleepovers. A bunk bed promotes bonding between siblings — something they’ll always remember and a place they’ll share scary stories and fun memories with.

Finding the right kind of bunk bed is important; there are several types of bunk beds, each with a different feature or option. Bunk beds do not require box springs and instead use wooden slats or a bunky board for foundation and mattress support. Although some bunk beds do not include them, a ladder is often necessary to access the top bunk.

Bunky Boards

Because bulky box springs are not recommended for the typical bunk bed, wooden slats are necessary to provide the foundation for your bunk bed’s mattress. Wooden slats can weaken and warp over time and decrease comfort for your child.

Bunky boards (also commonly referred to as bunkie boards) are used to either complement or replace wooden slats as a foundation for a bunk bed mattress. Bunky boards typically come in the form of wood wrapped in cloth, supporting the mattress and protecting it from the wood.

To include a bunky board with your online bunk bed order, please locate it in the “Related Items” section of your bunk bed or type in “bunky board” in the search, located at the top right of the page, and click “add to cart.”