Choosing the right bed for your children can sometimes be one of the toughest decisions you make when it comes to the makeup of their bedroom. There are so many choices available, that often you don’t even know where to start.
In this blog we are going to take you through some of the best beds for kids and why you should consider adding them to their bedroom. Hopefully, making your decision a lot easier when it comes to crunch time.
If you’re looking for a multi-storage option, as well as a great bed, then cabin beds may be the one for you. They provide you with a great place to store all your kids’ loose items, as well as sometimes giving them somewhere to study, and of course, somewhere comfy to sleep.
There’s a huge range of cabin beds that have a multitude of purposes. You can get cabin beds that are simply a bed with some draws for storage. You can also get ones that have full play areas, a desk area as well as storage and sleeping areas. The options are endless.
Do you have a budding David Beckham or a future Mrs Windsor amongst your ranks? Then you may want to take a look at beds that have been specially designed to be fun and dedicated to your child.
There are football beds and princess beds to name but a few, and they look great in your kids’ bedroom, and come in a range of sizes from standard single, or if your child fancies a bit more growing room, you can get king size beds.
Bunk beds from Bed Guru are perfect if you have more than one child sharing a room, or alternatively if you want somewhere their friends can stay when they come over for a sleepover.
There’s a whole range of bunk beds that you can choose from, with some coming with a double on the bottom and a single on the top. They also come with either stairs or ladders, do if your child isn’t too keen on the idea of climbing ladders then there is an alternative there for them.
High & Mid Sleepers
High and mid sleepers are essentially a combination of a bunk beds design and a cabin bed. If space is at a premium, then they may be the best option for you.
High and mid sleepers see the bed designed similarly to a bunk bed, except the bottom bed is replaced with storage and usually a desk area/area for your kids to play in. They have been specifically designed to be a cabin bed for older children. So, if you have kids a little more mature, then definitely take a look at these.
As you can see, the options are endless when it comes to choosing the right bed for your child. Often it comes down to their age, their personal needs, and how much space there is in their bedroom. Hopefully our guide has helped you to make your decision!
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