Parents buy Bunk Bed Futons, standard Children’s bunk beds, and Loft space Beds because kids love them! Here’s how these three types of beds will vary.
Futon Children’s bunk beds
Futons with Children’s bunk beds typically will include a twin bunk bed above and a full-size futon lounge below. You can use the futon bunk bed below as a lounge by day and as a bed at night. Futon children’s bunk beds are front operating, so there is no bunk bed with staircase need to pull the entire bunk bed away from the wall. Just collapse out the futon lounge underneath with the sheets already buried under the futon cover.
Futon children’s bunk beds give kids an awareness of adventure. Kids use them for sleepovers when little friends stay the night. With sleeping space to accommodate three small people (twin above, double below), it is easy to accommodate small guests.
Parents use futon children’s bunk beds so two children can share a bedroom quicker than separate twin beds allow. The top of bunk is usually for the older child.
Make the most of limited floor space by adjusting the couch into a bed when you are finished reading to your children before bed — one of the best habits you can introduce as a parent. Collapse the couch back in the morning and they’ll have an overabundance space to spread out projects on to the ground, build make-believe industrys with little figures, or enjoy books on the comfy lounge.
Be sure to choose almost any Bunk Bed with the top bunk completely encased by sturdy double rails to prevent accidents. Many Bunk Bed Futons come in incomplete pinus radiata so there is no gorgeous finished wood surface for the little play hammer to ruin. You can stain or finish it or just leave it as is for a pale wood look that will keep an area light and bright. Do yourselves a favor while your kids are little. Buy bunks that they can’t ruin!
Loft space Beds
Loft space Beds have a twin bed above and an open space below that provides extra floor space or room for separate piece of furniture, like a love seat lounge, a desk, or a play stand. Older kids put their computer workstations here!
Provide a table surface below and younger kids are in possession of a play space in an otherwise small room (Let’s face it! They get the smallest room in the house). They can park their train set, little girls house, Legos, or construct any other make-believe world and never having to disassemble it each night. Also, parents need not step on all those little pieces previously on to the ground!
Standard Children’s bunk beds
Standard children’s bunk beds have the traditional format — one twin size bed above and one twin size bed below. Each family has its needs to satisfy, so there’s something for everyone! Nothing folds up out; both beds are fixed twin beds.
With many standard children’s bunk beds, you have the main benefit of using the bunk bed as a twin bunk (that is, using both beds) while kids are little and are sharing an area, but later as a loft space bed for one child. When kids age and proceed to separate rooms, the bunk bed can be transformed into a loft space bed for one! Whatever you do is eliminate the base of the lower bunk, turn the trunk railroad toward the wall, re-attach it to the sides, and voila! — A loft space bed!
Summary of Futon Children’s bunk beds, Loft space Beds, and Standard Children’s bunk beds
So now you know that a futon bunk bed is two beds, the bottom being a futon. The standard bunk bed has two twin beds — above and below. And the loft space bed has one bed above and an open space below.
For little ones, don’t forget mattress protectors so little incidents don’t become big incidents. Mattress protectors protect your a mattress from bedwetting issues by providing a moisture-proof barrier over the mattress. They also provide allergic reaction protection with a barrier that dust mites and other bugs cannot sink into if they’re already in the mattress. Mattress protectors are often laundered and replaced on the bed.