Optimizing Space with Bunk Beds
Typically, bunk beds are too often associated with children’s bedrooms and college dorm rooms. With the majority of bunk beds being manufactured in the past aimed towards children, most grown ups avoided bunk beds due to silly child-like themes and lack of full size bunk beds.
Quite often, many full size adults may have no other option in furnishing their small apartment or bedroom with a loftbed. With many bunk bed manufacturers designing more adult-friendly designs, it is much easier to find the perfect piece of furniture. Bunk beds and Loft beds now come with a fully elaborated system of furniture such as a loftbed with a desk under, bunk beds with dressers attached. You can even go as far as having bunk beds with a full shelf system along with dressers and a full size desk. The choices are endless. For those who are aiming to keep a certain theme to your furniture, this is a great way of doing so. Another great option that is available is a futon bunk bed. The bottom mattress can be folded into half to make a couch when not in use as a bed. If you have a roommate, this is a very great option. With literally hundreds of thousands of models to choose from, the option of choosing a bunk bed may come easier than expected.
While design is one factor that adults may typically opt for, size is another factor that cannot be ignored. For a full size adult to have a good night sleep, at least a full size mattress is required. Luckily, most bunk beds and loft beds now come in full size! Different options of twin over full and full over full are now available. Unfortunately, many adults prefer to sleep on queen or king mattresses. There aren’t many queen or king size bunk beds, if any, but building your own may always be an option.
Now with all the choices you have, why not get a bunk bed? The prices vary but typically can be much cheaper than buying two different beds. Make full use of your space and furniture. The practicality of bunk beds, loft beds, futon beds and the likes are a great way to keep all your furniture pieces practical while still looking beautiful. The design is on par with traditional beds, and you can most definitely save lots of space!