20 Beautiful Children’s Room Designs with Bunkbeds

Bunk beds are a great addition to any child’s room; boy or girl. Kids have loved bunk beds forever and parents love them too, because they give a parent options, not only for sleeping arrangements, but for decorating a child’s room, and they are space efficient. Bunk beds come in so many styles, sizes, designs, and colors, that it is nearly impossible not to be able to find a set that will work for any child’s room. So how do you choose the right bunk bed set for your child’s room? There are some tips and ideas for choosing the perfect bunk bed for your kids’ room.

#1. Measure the space

Before you buy, figure out where you want to put the bed in the room and measure the space where you want it. Knowing what size the space is will help you decide which bunk bed will fit best. It will help you decide on the design, style and size. You will want to keep in mind that there are more than just beds with a bunk bed set. You will also have ladders and other pieces or accessories, such as a desk, if you choose, among other pieces, depending on the style, so you will need to allow for these.

#2. Choose the type

With so many choices in designs and features, it’s important to choose which ones matter most to your child and the space available. You can choose a set that features a desk, which may be a handy addition if your child is school age and needs a place to study. Perhaps you need one with plenty of storage for clothes, toys, or other items. Or you may also want one that has a bottom bunk that comes out perpendicular to the top as opposed to parallel. Maybe you want one that has a tent or slide for your child to play on, or some other type of playset. You can find just about anything you want in a bunk bed today.

#3. Features

Depending on the age of your child, you may want to look for a bunk bed set that offers added safety features. Keep in mind that they will vary and for younger children, they may have a hard time getting up or down, so to buy one that fits their age, physical skill and level of confidence, is important.

#4. Durable and sturdy

Whichever bunk bed set you are looking at, make sure that the set is sturdy and durable. As you are probably already aware of, kids are tough on things and not always easy or gentle on things, especially in their own space, the bedroom. Make sure that you check out the details on the construction of the bunk bed set and see a model of the one you are interested in, preferably in person, if possible, to test its strength and sturdiness, before you buy.

If you are wanting to add a bunk bed set to your child’s room and looking for ideas, here are 20 beautiful children’s room designs with bunk beds.

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