Bedding / January 15, 2019 / Amie Thibault
There are some pretty cool styles in toddler beds and they aren't expensive but you may not really need one. Choosing a bed that will work for the growing years and placing the mattress on the floor alone is an option that eliminates the need for these special toddler type beds. Once the child outgrows the toddler bed, you will want to consider a conventional bed - twin or full size, bunk, loft, futon, divan, trundle, etc. One or more of these can be used for the rest of this "growing child stage.
If you are looking at making a decision between bunk beds or a trundle bed, chances are you have children. Chances are also that you are a person who either needs to consider space or who wants to make the most use out of the space you have. Both options are great options for children's bedroom furniture, and either decision would clear floor space for other kids bedroom furniture, toy storage, or a play space.
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