Did you know that a typical American home has only 5.3 rooms total? Start adding kids into the mix, and things can get a little cramped. Bunk beds can help sort out clutter, and up to 80% of kids actually prefer them to regular, single beds. What are the advantages of choosing bunks over traditional beds?
Let’s start with the obvious. Sharing a room can cause tension between siblings, but you can ease that tension by giving them as much space as possible. Bunk beds free up floor space, giving kids more run to play, or store their things. Parents have options, too. Choices are hardly limited to twin bunk beds. Parents can also choose twin over full bunk beds, or bunk beds with a twin size mattress raised above a full sized one. Furniture stores also offer triple loft beds, allowing three children to sleep comfortably, while taking up relatively little space.
Did you know that, according to a 2009 Pediatrics journal study, children between the ages of seven and eight who do not sleep well are also more likely to be inattentive, hyperactive, and impulsive? Buying twin bunk beds, wooden bunk beds, and bunk beds in general is less expensive than purchasing two separate beds. With a little more money to work with, parents can also keep comfort, and quality sleep, in mind.
Want your kid to stay active, healthy, and focused? Need to accomplish that in a limited amount of space? Choose inexpensive, and comfortable, bunk beds to save space, and keep children happy and well-rested.