Ever tried waking up on the wrong side of the bed? You’d definitely end up spending the day just as you’ve started it. Well, if you ask me waking up on the wrong side of the bed is so much better than waking off the top bunk bed. Falling off a regular bed may still be tolerable but falling off a bunk bed won’t just ruin your mood, it could break a bone.
Looking at the bright side, bunk beds are actually one of the most helpful bed structure designs. They are great for maximizing space, they accommodate more people and they can be designed not just as several beds but with compartments that have other purposes such as storage cabinets or a play pen.
So it’s the bunk bed is really beneficial when it comes to its uses. But for parents who provided their children with this kind of bed the function and convenience of the bed is not their only concern. Let’s go more basic, other than comfortable what else should a bed be? It should be safe.
Safety for All
When it comes to safety, I think we’re not just talking about the bunk beds for kids. I’ve seen the bunk beds designed for toddlers and they’re actually a lot safer to sleep in they even look more cozy. The regular bunk beds with the top bed built really higher than toddler bunk beds are what we should watch out for. Either way, safer bunk beds will always be best for both adult and kids bunk beds.
Before we shed some light on details for choosing a bunk bed, think of the basic thing we’re trying to find here and this would be a bunk bed that is safe. Not all simple bunk beds are safe all throughout, the same applies with stylish bunk beds. Once you’ve seen all the safe features in the bunk bed then style can simple follow.
Let’s start with the way up. Sleeping on the top bunk bed poses a challenge. This is also a reason why people fight over the lower bed. But if you’re the lucky one who gets the top then brace yourself for the climb. When choosing a bunk bed be sure to take note of the ladder or the steps that the bunk bed is built in and the person who will be climbing it. Remember, that person is climbing the bed to get some sleep and not to get some exercise.
Moving on to the falling precautions, there are bunk beds built with railings. These are very helpful especially if the person is a restless sleeper. When choosing the bunk bed based on the railings, make what you should take into consideration is the look of the bunk bed. Don’t choose one that looks more like a crib except if it’s a toddler sleeping on top. Find the bunk bed with railings that are enough to keep the person from falling but will still give the bed an openness to it.