Bunk beds as a practical play paradise
Our bunk beds provide community in the children's room, youth room or guest room. The practical wooden beds have several lying surfaces and thus offer sleeping space for up to three people. This is particularly useful as you only take up the space of a conventional bed. The play bed thus combines a place to play with a resting place for siblings or spontaneous visitors. The stable ladder with flat steps guarantees a safe ascent and descent. Small children feel safe and secure when they are close to their siblings. While the older child is proud of the sleeping space at airy heights. Great importance is attached to the safety of your offspring in all components of the bunk bed. The children's loft bed has rounded edges and posts to minimise the risk of injury when playing and romping around. A sufficiently high fall protection is also standard for all loft beds.
Different versions of our inexpensive loft beds
We have different versions of our play beds to suit your needs. There are differences in the number and size of the lying surfaces. In our shop, you will find beds with two 90 x 200 cm lying surfaces or three 90 x 200 cm lying surfaces. So you can choose according to the number of children you have. The beds with two differently sized lying surfaces in 90 x 200 cm and 140 x 200 cm are practical. This gives the older child more space. If you have visitors, there is room for three people on the triple bed. A version with a bed drawer is practical and can be found in the shop. This is used to store clothes, toys and everyday objects. This way, the unused space under the bed with bed base is perfectly filled. A version with two different lying surfaces also includes two high-quality roll-up slatted frames and two matching foam mattresses. The mattress of hardness level H2 is suitable for allergy sufferers. All versions are made of high-quality, white lacquered pine wood. The bed drawers are made of dimensionally stable MDF.
These points should be observed when choosing a new children's bed
WeIt is important to measure the place where the wooden bed is to be placed beforehand. Pay attention to slopes and windows as well as door cut-outs that could interfere with the placement. Compare the measurements with the data in the shop. This will help you plan where the ladder will go. Do not forget to determine the ceiling height. Your child should at least be able to sit on the upper bunk to avoid bumping into it. It is important that the bunk bed is not placed too close to other pieces of furniture. This can make it difficult to get out and in. It is also tempting to use things other than the ladder to climb up the bed. This should be avoided for safety reasons. Slippery surfaces are unsuitable because the youth bed could shift. A carpet or rubber studs are helpful here. It should also be noted that children's motor skills are not fully developed until they are about six years old. From then on, it is possible to climb up safely. The lower bunk is suitable even before that.