Guest Post | The Best Beds for Kids

This is a guest post written by Rob Lobitz:

The Best Beds for Kids

SBB_ATF205_5When choosing the kind of bed you want to use in your child’s room you need to give special consideration to the kind of room you want to create, what kind of person your child is and many other factors. Here are a few tips to help you make the best choice.

If you live in a small space then you need to make use of every square foot you have available. If you have more than one kid then bunk beds are a great choice but I actually suggest them for every child’s room. Even if you only have one child then you have a second sleeping space available for guests and that can be used to store extra pillows and stuffed animals. Some kids love to collect plush toys and a bed can become cluttered to the point that it’s hard to sleep in. The upper level of a set of bunk beds can be a great place to keep all of these teddy bears and stuffed penguins and keep them from turning into a pile on the floor that just gets in the way.

Combination furniture is a great option. There are lots of bed frames on the market that double as dressers and bureaus because they have drawers and shelves built into them. There are even some bunk beds that have full dressers on the side. They take up just a little extra room but save space overall.

Loft bunk beds with desks as the lower section are great options for any kid. Whether it’s for school work or craft projects, the desk is a great addition to any room. Having the loft bed sitting above that will save space overall and it is a cool addition to the room that your kid will love.

Comments

  1. karen hunter says:

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  2. Jo-Ann Brightman says:

    I didn’t realize that bunk beds could come with a desk. What a great idea!

  3. Shirley says:

    These are very common in crowded places like Hong Kong.

  4. Elizabeth Braun says:

    I love bunk beds. We have a set that are broke apart into two twin beds in our youngest sons room right now and when the kids get a little older we will put them together to give them more room

  5. Rosey says:

    I love the dresser in the bed concept. The bed in the picture is terrific because that railing is going all the way down the bed side, and I love that!!

  6. Wendi says:

    thanks for posting this we have been thinking about getting our daughter a loft bunk bed so we can put a desk under it.

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