Kid bunk beds are a necessary part of a shared child’s bedroom. Not only give each child their own bed, but it also saves space in a small area by keeping beds stacked on top of each other. Unique bunk beds are more interesting than regular bunk beds.
Fleetwood Bunk Bed
The Fleetwood Bunk Bed is a versatile and interesting bunk bed option. The overlapping is normal, spreading over the top like a roof with a mattress. The lower floor, however, is folded into two side-facing small sofas. Between the two sofas, the bottom and the middle of the bottom bunk bed glide up to make a desk to use as a place to study.
Rustic Log Bunk Bed
For children who are interested in the great outdoors, rustic log cabins, history or interesting furniture, cedar bed is the right floor perfect. The bed looks like it was made directly from a downed tree, complete with round wood rather than flat slabs. The bunk beds are hand-scaled and made of genuine cedar wood. Because beds are handmade, the appearance of each bed will vary slightly depending on the shape of the wood. The Cassidy playhouse bed combines the bunk bed with the large outdoor by providing a tent or fast look to the bed. The bottom bunk bed can completely close the bed to the world in the middle, and the top has a half tent.