Bedding / January 15, 2019 / Amie Thibault
Although there is a difference in height, both bunk beds and a trundle bed have one upper bed and one lower bed. Can you and your children come to a reasonable acceptance of who will sleep on the top bed and who will sleep on the bottom? If you purchase either of these two types of beds for your children, you will obviously need to come to some sort of sleeping arrangements for them, and they will need to be comfortable with those arrangements. Show pictures of both kinds of beds to your children before you make any purchases, and see if you can all work together towards whatever sleeping arrangement works best for your family.
While it is true that bunk bed and loft bed designs typically follow a standard pattern, there are ways to customize them. Many companies offer a variety of wood finishes and some even offer themed options like camouflage tents and princess castles. Purchasing a bunk bed or loft bed is an investment. In order to protect this investment, families should consider these things before purchasing.
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