Bedding / February 7, 2019 / Amie Thibault.
Here is something to ponder. Can a two-year old, a twelve-year old, and an eighteen year old all sleep in the same type of bed? Of course if you do it right. A twin size bunk bed or loft bed makes so much sense for a young family. You can separate the bunk beds at first for the two-year old and use just the mattress on the floor for a while. Then, use just the single twin size bed alone for the preschool years. Use portable side rails if necessary. When your child is old enough to sleep in a bunk bed (age six for the top), you can make the twin size bunk bed into bunks.
The extra bed can be used for overnight guests or room sharing siblings. When desired, the bed can be separated into two beds again. If you choose and have the room, bunk beds even come in full sizes. This type of bed can serve the needs of your child for the entire time they are home. If the bed is going to last eighteen years or more, you will want to buy a good quality bunk bed as well as a good quality mattress.
Specialized Beds - Those who are handicapped have their own high sleeper beds to accommodate them. Most hospitals today utilize these designs since they allow comfort for patients who have difficulty moving, muscle pains, and back problems. Other designs also come with padded railings to add protection for more fragile patients.
Cost of Shipping. Shopping online has become a national pastime. Online bunk bed shopping can be extremely convenient because the customer does not have to haul the heavy bed home. Unfortunately, the cost of shipping the bed directly to your door can also be cost prohibitive. That is why it is important when shopping online to check a dealer's shipping policy before purchasing a bed. Doing business with a company that offers free bunk bed shipping or flat rate shipping can save hundreds of dollars off the cost of a new bunk bed!
You MightAlso Like