Bunk Bed Guide The answer to your shared space needs

When it comes to shared spaces, bunk beds are pretty much the best thing ever. They save room, the kids love them, and they happen to be really cute. And it turns out, they come with, like, a lot of options. You can even use them outside of youth spaces when the need arises. Here, we’ll tell you everything you need to know with our bunk bed guide.

Safety First

 

Bunk beds come with added height, so you’ll need to make sure your ceilings are high enough to accommodate. In most cases nine-foot ceilings or higher will be just fine. If the bunk bed will be placed near a light, consider using LED bulbs since they don’t get as hot.

Of course, you’ll want to make sure the bunk has a guard rail, which will prevent the top sleeper from rolling off. Additionally, make sure the ladder is secure for safe climbing.

Explore Different Sizes

 

Most people think of bunk beds as two double decker twin beds. But actually, bunk beds come in a variety of sizes, like a twin over full. This is a great option if you have an older child that will be sleeping in the bunk. You can also go for a bonus trundle bed, which easily slides out from the bottom. This allows you to sleep three to a room, giving you an extra bed for sleepovers and guests.

Find Your Style

 

Today’s bunk beds come in a variety of styles, from sweetly coastal to streamlined and modern. The key is thinking about who will be living in the space, from their age range to their style preference. When in doubt, go for something more mature that will last for the long run.

Also consider keeping your bedding the same on the top and bottom bunk, as this will prevent the room from looking too busy. After that, it’s all about the right accessories, like storage-friendly baskets and poufs for compact seating.

Try Other Shared Spaces

 

Who says bunk beds are just for kids? Not our bunk bed guide! You can use bunks in a variety of rooms where space is limited and/or you need to accommodate multiple guests. Try one in your guest room instead of a full or queen bed to sleep twice as many people.