Unbranded Bunk Beds and Frames
Since kids are natural climbers anyway, putting them to sleep in bunk beds simply makes sense. Fun for one or two kids, bunk beds let kids climb up a ladder and sleep safely off the ground. Modern bunk beds aren't just the basic singles we're used to seeing; today's beds come with many features that make them an asset to any child's bedroom, and make bedtime fun.Lofty Ambitions
If you're considering solid wood bunk beds and frames and your child could also benefit from more storage space, consider a loft style bunk bed. Lofts have stairs or a ladder on the side that lead to a single bed on top, but underneath, there's a desk and even shelves to create a study centre for your child. These all-in-one bunk beds save space by combining multiple pieces into one handy option. Available in many designs and colours, loft beds are a great solution for kids with small bedrooms.Pull Through
For siblings that share space or for kids who love having overnight guests, make room for other sleepers with a trundle bed. A trundle typically consists of your average bunk bed setup, with two single beds atop each other, but the bottom beds conceals another bed that pulls out from underneath. This adds instant space for a friend or family member, and when you aren't using the trundle, you simply slide it back underneath and it simply looks like a storage drawer.Singled Out
The most common type of bunk bed, singles come in many materials, including wood along with sturdy steel bunk beds and frames. Choosing a material is a matter of personal preference as well as budget. Most single bunk beds feature two layers and a ladder or stairs for easy access to the top bunk. Guard rails on each side prevent kids from falling out, and beds range in height. Choose a bed height according to the age of the child, as smaller kids need to be closer to the ground for safety reasons.Make It A Double
Let an older kid stretch out on the bottom bunk when you purchase a double bunk bed. This generally means the bottom bunk is a double bed, while the top bunk is a single. This gives the sleeper on the bottom more room, or offers an option for overnight guests. Stairs on the side make it simple for kids to climb up, and for even more sleeping space, opt for a double bunk bed with a trundle. These come in steel or wood designs.