Bedding / January 15, 2019 / Amie Thibault
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.
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.
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