By Yvonne Winkel on October 29 2018 06:35:19
Parents use futon bunk beds so two children can share a bedroom more easily than separate twin beds allow. The upper bunk is usually for the older child.
Today`s bunk beds come in all different shapes and sizes, and are manufactured and made from many different materials, including oak wood, cherry wood and maple wood. Additionally, bunk beds are also available in many different and varying styles, such as a twin over full bunk bed. It`s these advances in bunk bed design and construction that make bunk beds more desirable than ever.
Why do kids love bunks? Because bunks are fun. It`s quite possible to turn your bed into just about anything that you want to. Maybe your bed is a pirate ship, maybe a princess` castle? There`s so many things that a child can do with a bunk bed that they can`t do with a regular bed.
Of course, the true nature of bunk beds combine both answers. Indeed, bunk beds do feature two beds literally stacked atop one another, and yes, bunk beds are truly much fun to sleep in as well. For many families, bunk beds represent a practical and fun solution to an age-old problem of how to save space.
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