Children are the joy of every home, that is why a home without a kid can sometimes look so desolate. Long faces, sadness and frustrations written invisibly on the walls, but with the presence of kids, there is chaos, albeit, an appreciated one. Over the years, a whole lot of clients whom I have worked with seem to prioritize the kids rooms, as a matter of fact, they want the kids rooms to come up best right after the sitting room. But how about space management? Kids love to run around especially in their room, that’s why it is important to use the most optimal children’s bed furniture for your kids.
A whole lot of parents do not have the best ideas on what exactly a child’s room should look like. The general notion is a little blue here for a male kid, and a little pink there for a female kid, and somewhere around the purple line for a shared room, but is that all? How about the furniture?
While growing up, we had bunk beds, but trust me, we never really liked them, and they looked really ugly, bony and unfriendly in the case of a fall, notwithstanding the wide space that was saved as a result of the application of bunk beds in the children’s rooms.
For parents who have a high number of kids without enough rooms to go round, it is mostly advised that bunk beds be incorporated. Moreover, having your kids in the same room while they grow up helps them relate better with each other with little or nothing to hide, and more time for bonding with each other. However, when installing a bunk bed, do not fail to make the top-most layer very close to the fan (if there is a ceiling fan) or higher than a survivable fall.
Also, be sure to keep the bed’s surrounding area, free from any hard surfaces or slippery objects. Have fun ‘bunking’ your kids up.