Kid's Beds

  • What Type of Bed is Right for My Growing Child?

    bed-for-my-growing-child-moms-bunk-house-bunk-beds-texasNow matter how hard you try to stop them, your kids are going to grow up. Before you know it your adorable little toddler will be walking, talking, and eventually sleeping in their own ‘big kid’ bed. As your child transitions from a toddler to a rambunctious, independent kid, it is important that you find the right bed to support this important time. Once you start bed shopping, you will quickly find that there are many, many different options out there. From a low-lying interim toddler bed to an actual mattress and box spring that your child can grow into, this process can be overwhelming, to say the least. For parents who have a budget, it may not be realistic to buy several beds for different periods of your growing child’s life.

    Because of all the different options out there, it may be a good idea to start the shopping process well before it is time for your child to graduate from a cot to a bed. Once you begin bed shopping, you will see that there is everything from toddler beds to single beds; innerspring mattresses to latex ones; novelty beds to bunk beds..and so much more. Below you will find a series of tips to help you figure out which bed will best support your child’s growing body, spine, and imagination. And remember first and foremost - not all beds are created equal, so you should be sure and take your time with this process to ensure you find the right bed for your child’s needs.

    • Is buying a toddler bed worth the added expense? In most cases, the answer is no. While toddler beds seem to be quite popular these days, it is something they will quickly grow out of. A toddler bed can be a good option for kids who are transitioning to a ‘big’ bed, but there are plenty of options out there that will offer your toddler the support they need as they grow.
    • Make sure the bed offers good spinal support. One of the most important features of any child’s bed should be how well it supports the spine and body overall. Look for a bed that will provide your child’s spine, neck, and head with support while they sleep. It should keep them in a neutral position while they sleep, which minimizes stress and will support the spine and allow it to grow safely.
    • Focus on cleanliness. As we briefly mentioned above, having a clean and new bed is important to your child’s health. According to law, all new beds (for both children and adults) must be treated for dust mites and other little critters. Keep in mind that, just like with anything, dust mites and other unwelcome bugs may collect over time. This is why it is important that you are proactive and keep your child’s bed in tip-top shape. Here are a few ways to keep your child’s bed clean throughout the years:

    ○      Wash sheets and other bedding at least once per week

    ○      When changing the sheets, air out the bed for a couple of hours

    ○      Clean your child’s room on a regular basis (this includes both dusting and vacuuming)

    • Replace the mattress on a regular basis. Also just like with adult beds, it is important that you replace your child’s mattress on a regular basis. While a good quality child’s mattress can last upwards of five years, it is recommended that you change the bed every three years when your child is between the ages of 0 and 10.

    Be sure and check out our selection of children’s beds here and don’t hesitate to ask if you have any questions about which style is best for your child’s needs.

  • Is a Memory Foam Mattress Right for My Child?

    Memory-Foam-Mattress-for-Children-Moms-Bunk-House-Texas-California Selecting the right mattress for your child is no easy task, especially if it is their first ‘grown up’ bed. These days it seems many adults are opting for memory foam beds for themselves, but what about for our little ones? In recent years there has been a lot of talk about the benefits of memory foam over traditional innerspring mattresses - for both our bodies and sleep schedule. With this shift towards memory foam comes questions about the safety - and appropriateness - of a memory foam bed for children. Given the fact that children sleep longer and deeper than adults, it is absolutely imperative that they are resting their little heads on a quality, supportive mattress. Furthermore, a quality mattress is a huge factor in whether a child is getting a good night’s sleep and waking up rested and ready to conquer the day.

    While there are undoubtedly many different options when it comes to picking out a child’s mattress, today we are going to focus on the benefits of memory foam. While there is some debate as to whether memory foam is good for infants and toddlers, the general consensus is that older children and teens can certainly reap the benefits of memory foam, without cause for concern.

    What is Memory Foam?

    Many people do not realize this, but memory foam was actually developed by NASA in response to a need for a foam material that could mold to a person’s body, then bounce back to its original shape. Since first introduced, memory foam has proved to be a viable option when it comes to a mattress, for people of all different ages and occupation. Made from polyurethane foam, memory foam mattresses react to pressure and heat, working to conform to the body when you lie down. While these body-contouring properties are desirable for adults, these characteristics can actually be quite dangerous to infants and toddlers.

    Benefits of a Memory Foam Mattress

    If you are looking for a supportive and long-lasting mattress for your older child or teenager, memory foam is a wonderful option. Some of the top benefits of this type of mattress include:

    • Contours to the body - As mentioned earlier, memory foam mattresses actively mold to the body in response to heat and pressure. This offers a lot of support and helps to evenly distribute the body’s weight.
    • Allergy-free - Another reason why memory foam may be the right choice for your child is that it is allergy free. Made from polyurethane foam, this type of mattress is full of fibers that actually prevent allergy-causing dust mites from collecting within the bed.
    • Helps posture - Memory foam promotes proper spinal alignment when lying down, which is a huge benefit for growing children.
    • Extremely durable - Finally, memory foam mattresses are one of the most durable on the market. They are actually known to last much longer than average spring mattresses, making them a wonderful option for growing children.

    If you are in the market for a new children’s mattress, be sure and check out our memory foam options here. As always, if you have any questions or would like additional information about any of our products, please do not hesitate to ask.


  • Fun Facts About Bunk Beds

    Bunk-Bed-Moms-Bunk-House-Texas-KidsBunk beds are a practical and fun option for a growing child who has a wonderful imagination and a knack for creativity. For years, bunk beds have been the go-to option for families with multiple kiddos, those looking to save space in a child’s room, or parents who simply want to have an extra bed for sleepovers. Not only do bunk beds of today come in a wide range of styles, but they can easily be customized to meet your child’s needs. While bunk beds are mainly utilized by children today, they have a long and storied history that is fascinating to say the least. From being used by ground and sea military ranks to urban city dwellers, the bunk bed is versatile and multifunctional, to say the least. Here at Mom’s Bunk House, we believe in offering our clients a broad selection of children’s bunk beds in order to ensure you get exactly what you were looking for. From wood bunk beds to those with a trundle and a ladder, you may be surprised at all the different options out there today.

    That being said, we thought it would be fun to take a look at the history of bunk beds, as well as a few other fun facts. A type of bed that has been traditionally - and specially - designed for limited space, it is easy to imagine how handy the bunk bed has been for many different cultures and industries over the years. Here are a few things you probably didn’t know about bunk beds, as well as more information on what their intended purpose was way back when:

    • The origin of the bunk bed is a mystery. It’s hard to believe in today’s information age, but there is actually no one single piece of documented proof as to where the bunk bed got its beginnings. Some evidence suggests there was a primitive version made by ancient Egyptians whereas other historians believe they were actually invented well before that, or after. Still others believe they were first used in wealthy European households when they traveled, namely for the servants to sleep under the master’s cart.
    • They have been used by urban planners for years. A great space-saving option, it is no surprise that bunk beds are a go-to option for community developers in highly-populated urban areas. In cities like San Francisco, London, and NYC, many city dwellers have turned to community housing, in which you ‘bunk up’ with one to three other people in a single bedroom for a considerable lower price.
    • Bunk beds are often used in military setups. Soldiers - both land and sea - often use bunk beds as a place to rest in confined areas, such as barracks. Because of how functional they are and the fact they can accommodate many more men and women than other types of beds, military operations throughout the world opt for bunk beds.
    • Bunk beds have a bright future. Unlike many trends and fads, we don’t expect bunk beds to go anywhere anytime soon. In fact, German airline Lufthansa is considering installing triple-decker bunk beds in some of their economy class cabins, which would allow passengers to catch some shut-eye during long flights.

    A popular choice amongst kids, bunk beds have been around for centuries and have played an important role for many looking for a space-saving option. If you have any fun facts or tidbits about bunk beds that we missed, feel free to share them in the comments section. We always love to learn more about these versatile beds! Remember to check out our huge selection of children’s bunk beds here.

  • Why a Novelty Bed is the Perfect Way For Your Kiddo to Ring in the New Year

    Novelty-bed-moms-hunk-house-texasEven though Christmas has come and gone, there is still ample time to give your special kiddo a gift they can actually use. Sure, most people stop the gift giving as soon as December 25th is a thing of the past, but we never were one for conformity. If you are still looking for something awesome - and useful - to give your child, why not consider a novelty bed? There are many wonderful reasons why buying a novelty bed for your child is a great idea. Choosing a themed bed allows the parents to get creative and pick out the perfect bed that their child will squeal in delight over. And what’s more? Once you pick out a specialty-themed bed, you can get creative and decorate the entire room around the theme of the bed.

    If you haven’t discovered this already, you will soon find that there are tons of amazing and exciting options out there, allowing you to tap into your creative side, too! Whether you are shopping for a new bed for your little boy or girl this holiday season, be sure and check out our wide selection of novelty beds. From our popular twin tent loft with a white zebra finish to our castle-themed bed and doll house stair step loft, you are guaranteed to find just what you are looking at Mom’s Bunk House.

    Benefits of Novelty Beds

    Without further ado, let’s look at some of the top advantages of buying your kids a novelty bed this holiday season. And remember, even though Christmas is a thing of the past, gifting your child with a new, fun novelty bed is something you can do any time of the year.

    • You will be inspiring your child. A fun, themed novelty bed is a great way to inspire your child and get their imaginative juices flowing. With the help of a novelty bed, your child can be whomever they want. It is your job as a parent to provide your child with a memorable, positive, and encouraging childhood experience, and what better way to do that than with a novelty bed?
    • You can teach them about the importance of responsibility. Buying your child a novelty bed is a great way to teach them about what it means to be responsible and take care of our belongings. Let’s face it, your child is far more likely to take care of his awesome racecar themed bed than he would be a simple twin bed with a metal frame, don’t you think? Use this opportunity to encourage good behavior and teach your child how important it is to take care of the things that matter to us.
    • You can encourage good behavior. If your child views his or her novelty bed as something special that they care about, chances are you will have an easier time encouraging good behavior in general. By instilling in your child that his bed is special and that he will be rewarded if he performs any positive tasks having to do with this bed, you are setting him up for success. For example, you will probably be much more successful in teaching your child how to make his or her bed with a novelty bed, as this is an item close to their heart that they want to take care of. And the reward? The bed itself.
    • You will be increasing the value of your home. Last but certainly not least, a kids novelty bed may actually increase the value of your home. If you are considering selling your home and your child has reached the point of not being a “kid” anymore, you can market your house as one with an amazing novelty bed to a young new family. On the other hand, you probably won’t have any trouble selling your child’s novelty bed, should you decide to stay in your home and your child has outgrown the bed.

    Be sure and check out our selection of novelty beds today and give your child a gift he or she will actually love, and find useful.

  • Wood vs. Metal for Your Child’s Bed Frame: Which is Best?

    Wood-Vs-Metal-Bed-Frame-Moms-Bunk-HouseBuying a bed for your child can be both an exciting and overwhelming experience, to say the least. With all the choices out there today, it can be difficult to know which bed will best serve your child for the foreseeable future. From sleigh beds to loft beds, upholstered beds, and bunk beds, your options are truly endless. Chances are you will likely make the decision as to which type of bed is best for your kiddo based on numerous different factors - such as age, likes and dislikes, and interests. Let’s say you have a school-aged child who will soon be entering his or her teenage years. If this is the case, you may want to go the loft bed route, as it will allow you to get creative with the space you have and maybe even put a desk or area for homework underneath the bed.

    Another dilemma when it comes to buying kids’ beds is what type of frame to get. Two of the most popular options are metal and wood frames. There are many different advantages to both, making your decision even more difficult. Thankfully, we are here to help! We know what a big purchase a child’s bed is, and we want to make sure you end up with a bed that both you and your child is excited about. When it comes to determining whether a metal or wood framed bed is the right choice for you, there are a few things to take into consideration.

    Pros of Metal Bed Frames

    Durability wise, both options are great. However, the durability of a wood frame will depend on the type of wood used. Moving on, let’s look at some of the main advantages to buying a metal bed frame for your child’s room:

    • Metal frames can be more aesthetically pleasing than wood frames
    • Metal frames are very stylish and modern
    • Metal frames come in many different finishes and styles
    • Metal frames are versatile
    • Metal frames come in a wide range of designs and colors
    • Metal frames are durable, solid, and can withstand a lot of weight
    • Metal frames are easy to paint, allowing you to transform the frame based on your child’s current desires
    • Metal frames are cost effective and require little maintenance

    Pros of Wood Frames

    On the other hand, there are many reasons why people opt for wood bed frames for their children over metal frames. Some of the top advantages of children’s wood bed frames include the following:

    • Wood frames are versatile and come in many different kinds of wood, including mahogany, pine, and oak
    • Wood frames offer a natural and classy appearance
    • Wood frames come in a wide range of designs
    • Each and every wood frame is different and has its own unique grain
    • If properly cared for, wood frames can last for many years
    • Wood frames can transform a space
    • Wood frames do not go out of style
    • Wood frames can easily be transformed with a little stain and varnish

    As you can see, you can’t go wrong with either option. Be sure and browse our online selection of children’s beds here and be sure and check out what we have to offer for metal and wood frames.

  • Tips for Choosing Bunk Beds for Your Kids

    kids-room-bunk-bed-moms-bunk-houseIf you have more than one child or are looking for a bedroom option that will make sleepovers as easy as 1-2-3, you may want to consider bunk beds. Bunk beds are great for your kids’ room for many different reasons. For starters, they are space-efficient, come in many different styles and designs, and provide a great opportunity for you to bond with your kiddos as you pick out the bed together. Furthermore, bunk beds are safe, durable, long-lasting, and budget-friendly. Whether you have girls or boys, bunk beds are sure to be a hit, while giving you peace of mind that they are tucked in and comfortable night after night. So, how do you choose the right bunk beds for your kids? If you are looking for bunk beds for girls, you will find plenty of colorful and eye-catching options, such as our white staircase trundle bunk bed. We also have a wide range of options that your boys are sure to love, and plenty of unisex bunk beds, too. Before you get consumed by all the cute bunk bed designs, it may be helpful to have a good idea of what you should be looking for and how you will know if the bunk bed is right for your home.

    Here are a few tips to help with the bunk bed buying process:

    • Measure the room. Before you do anything, measure your child’s room and decide where you want to the bunk bed to go. These measurements will help you decide what type of bed will fit and which will be the best choice for your home.
    • Decide on a design. There are tons of different designs out there when it comes to bunk beds, which can be overwhelming, to say the least. Bunk beds for your children range from simple to more complex and come in many different configurations. From trundle beds to bunk beds with staircases and lots of storage, do your research and have a good idea of what you are looking for before you start. We encourage you to narrow your choices to one or two types in order to stay on the right track.
    • Make a list of what features are important. Are you looking for a bunk bed that will have adequate storage? How about a fun design that speaks to your child’s personality? Or are you just looking for something practical? Once you answer these questions, you will have a better idea of what bed will be the best for your child’s needs. As different bunk beds emphasize different features, it is important that you determine which features are important.
    • Make sure it will grow with your child. The last thing you want to do is spend all this time shopping for a bunk bed for your child, only to have them outgrow it in a year or two. Depending on how old your kiddos are, it may be wise to look for beds with removable safety features, such as guardrails. We also recommend going with a bunk bed that your kids won’t be come sick of too quickly.
    • Make sure it is stable. Before you buy a bunk bed, make sure that it is sturdy and will be able to withstand your rambunctious kiddo. When shopping for bunk beds online, we encourage you to read reviews and contact us with any questions you may have regarding the bed’s stability.

    Bunk beds make for a fun, interesting, and space-saving option when your children get a little older. Be sure and browse our selection of bunk beds, we know you will find the right fit for you and your kids!

  • Three Benefits of Using a Mattress Protector for Your Kiddos

    mattress-kids-bed-children-moms-bunk-houseWhether you’ve recently purchased a new bed for your child or are in the process of mattress shopping, it may be time to consider investing in a good mattress protector. When many people hear the word ‘mattress protector’, visions of children having ‘accidents’ in the bed come to mind, right? While this is undoubtedly one of the main uses of them, there are a host of other reasons why a mattress protector may be a smart investment. Sure, it may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of accessories for the mattress, but it will avoid a purchase in the future. When it comes to kiddos, mattress protectors are incredibly useful and have numerous benefits. Not only will they help protect your mattress investment, but they can also help you and your child be healthier. Mom’s Bunk House offers several different options for mattress protectors, allowing you to choose the one that best fits your needs and budget. We understand that mattress protectors may not be the most exciting topic on the planet, but it is something that all parents should be familiar with and discuss.

    Mattress protectors are not only hugely beneficial to the mattress itself, but to our overall health and lifestyle, too. All mattress protectors are designed to fit the mattress in the same way, providing comfort and protection for your kiddo. That being said, let’s get right to the point. Here are the top reasons why you should consider investing in a mattress protector for your child’s bed:

    • Keeps the Mattress Clean and Bacteria-Free

    As you probably guessed, the main purpose of a mattress protector is to save the mattress from bacteria, grime, and all other unpleasant substances that could impact your child’s health. Mattress protectors are waterproof, which means they repel any type of liquid (read: urine) that can help bacteria grow and thrive. No matter how hard you try, it is a given that your child will wet the bed at some point. The constant wetting of the mattress can actually ruin the materials used in it, which will reduce its lifespan, causing you to have to shell out more money for a new mattress in just a couple years. With the help of a mattress protector, the mattress itself will stay dry and bacteria-free.

    • Helps With Allergies

    Another important benefit of mattress protectors is that they can protect children (and adults, for that matter) from allergic reactions. Mattresses are full of microscopic pests, many of which can trigger allergic reactions in pretty much anyone. Dust mites are one of the most common pests that live in mattresses, which is where a mattress protector will come in handy. When the mattress is enclosed in a mattress protector, the risk of allergic reactions and other respiratory illnesses are reduced.

    • Keeps Children Healthy

    Perhaps most importantly, mattress protectors help keep your kids healthy. This is especially true of children who are in school and those who play outside a lot and are therefore more likely to bring in bacteria and other germs. No matter how strict you are with your child’s hygiene and night-time routine, these bacteria and germs can get them sick and make a home for themselves in your child’s mattress. A mattress protector will prevent you from needing to clean the actual mattress on a regular basis as well as provide you with peace of mind that your children’s health is protected.

    If you are in the market for a new mattress for your child, be sure to consider purchasing a mattress protector at the same time. Keeping your children safe, healthy, and happy is of the utmost importance to us, which is why we believe in offering a selection of products to you and your family.

  • Smart Tips to Get Your Kids to Sleep

    Boy sleeping in bed - Moms Bunk HouseAs any parent can attest to, getting children to go to bed can be quite the battle, and a losing one at that. While sleeping is an integral part to any child’s development, the excitement of the day and wanting to stay up with the “grown ups” can sometimes be too much. Sleep is vital for a child’s mental and physical development, but this doesn’t mean getting a child to bed - and getting them to stay there - is an easy task. When kids don’t get enough sleep, they have an even more difficult time controlling their emotions and may be irritable or hyper, which is no fun for anyone. This is one of the main reasons why creating a safe, inviting, and comfortable place for your child to lay their head at night is important. Depending on their age, it may behoove you to look into creative bedding and decor ideas in order to make the idea of going to sleep way cooler. Bunk beds, lofts, sleigh beds, and theme beds are all great ideas that will not only inspire your children day after day, but make them far more likely to want to go to bed. Teamed with regular schedules and bedtime rituals, the right bedding can go a long way in establishing and maintaining better sleep habits. Mom’s Bunk House offers a wide selection of children’s bunk beds and many other styles, allowing you to choose the right one for your child’s interests and needs.

    Other than the bedding, here are a few smart tips to help you get your kids to sleep faster and easier on a nightly basis:

    Make Sleep a Priority for the Whole House

    Bedtime can become quite the battle when your kids’ bodies aren’t accustomed to going to sleep at a certain time, which is why it is important to set regular go-to-bed and wake-up times not just for your little ones, but for the whole family. You will be able to tell that your kids are getting enough sleep and have adapted to the schedule you set when they fall asleep within 15 to 30 minutes of going to bed, wake up easier in the morning, and don’t get sleepy during the day.

    Have a Consistent Bedtime Routine

    Routines are critical to how a child views bedtime and how much sleep they get, especially for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers. Doing specific things before bed - such as bath and story time - will signal to your kiddo that bedtime is next. This will be a comforting and relaxing feeling, in most cases, and will prepare your child for a good night’s sleep.

    Turn off the TV

    Experts recommend that the TV should be turned off at least two hours before bedtime in order to allow your child’s mind and body to settle down. Research indicates that light from a TV screen (or computer) can actually interfere with the production of the hormone melatonin. Melatonin promotes healthy sleep cycles and levels are highest when most people are tired and ready to hit the sack, which is why it is important to not mess with our natural system before bed with bright lights and sounds.

    Try to Reduce Stress Before Bedtime

    Cortisol is another hormone that plays a role in sleep. Also known as the “stress hormone”, when cortisol levels are high, your child’s body won’t be able to shut down and go to sleep. Because of this, it is important that you engage in calming bedtime activities in order to prepare your child for bed and keep cortisol levels low.

    Combined with a bedroom they love and a bed that will support them as they float into dreamland, the above tips should be a good reference if you are having problems getting your child to sleep. Remember to visit Mom’s Bunk House to check out our selection of children’s bedroom sets and more!

  • Tips for Selecting A Mattress for Your Child

    children and mattressesWhen the time comes for your child to graduate from a crib to a big kid bed, you may find yourself wondering what kind of mattress is the best. This is undoubtedly a purchase that you will not be taking lightly, as you will be buying a mattress and bed your child will hopefully use for many years to come. Selecting the right mattress for your kid is important for many different reasons, some of which we will go over below. While the task of buying a new mattress for your kiddo may seem overwhelming at first, it doesn’t have to be. We advise you to focus on the same basic features that you would when buying a mattress for yourself. Sounds easy enough, right? Beyond simply using your good judgment and selecting a reasonably priced mattress for your child that is both comfortable and supportive, we’ve compiled a handful of other tips to help you on your shopping journey.

    Why a Good Mattress Matters

    We want to reiterate that purchasing your kid’s first mattress shouldn’t be a stressful experience, as long as you follow our guidance! Before we go over some of our top tips, here is a look at why kids’ mattresses matter:

    ● To support healthy growth. The mattress you select will play an important role in your child’s growth and development, which is why it is a good idea to select one that will support his or her growing body. Since kids’ bones are still developing, their mattress should provide adequate support in order to ensure they are not met with spinal problems down the road.

    ● To get a good night’s sleep. Your child’s mattress will directly affect how well they sleep, which in turn plays a role in their quality of life and health. Choose a mattress that will promote restful sleep and ensure your child is wakes up bright-eyed and bushy-tailed every morning!

    ● To grow with them. If done right, your child will have the same mattress from the time he grows out of this crib until he moves out of your home. With this in mind, make sure you choose a mattress that will last and that he won’t outgrow.

    Tips for Selecting the Right Mattress for Your Kid

    Here are a few helpful tips to guide you when buying your child his first mattress:

    ● Size matters. Take into consideration the age and height of your child before selecting a mattress, as the size you get may differ. A twin mattress is perfectly acceptable for younger children (there are long twin beds available for taller kids, too) whereas a full or queen mattress may suit older children better.

    ● Think about the type of mattress. There are many different types of mattresses for kids out there, including innerspring and memory foam. Do your research, ask around, and make a decision based on the kind of support you want your child to have.

    ● Consider the firmness. The best mattresses for kids are ones that offer support while also cushioning developing bodies. No matter the type or size, your child will need firm support.

    ● Additional needs. If your child has allergies or suffers from asthma, you may need to consider a synthetic-filled mattress that keeps dust mites and other allergens at bay. The best types of mattresses for kids with allergies are those with microbial or hypoallergenic fills and covers.

    Buying your child his first mattress is an important decision that should be approached with care and consideration. To learn more about our selection of mattresses for kids, feel free to check out our online inventory.

  • Benefits of a Loft Bed for Children

    Interior with loft bed and desk in a nursery room (3D Rendering)Whether your child has finally reached the age where they want their own bed or you are moving into a new home and are looking to purchase a children’s furniture set, loft beds make a great option. Children’s loft beds are a great solution that add function and allow for usable space in a bedroom. If you don’t have a lot of square footage or have two kids sharing a bedroom, you should look into purchasing a loft bed.

    There are numerous benefits to children’s loft beds and they come in a wide range of styles, allowing you to choose the one that speaks to your needs the most. Yet another bonus to investing in a children’s loft bed is the amount of storage space you will have. These types of furniture sets are the perfect solution for a small bedroom because they allow for more floor space, whether you need room for toys or a desk for an older child.

    Here is a more in-depth look at some of the main benefits of children’s loft beds.

    Loft beds are a great option that allow for extra work and play space. Since loft beds are stand above the ground, they allow for more floor space. The space underneath a loft bed is great for a desk, a play area, or extra storage. In some cases, loft beds come with a desk built into them already. You may also consider installing seating, a bookcase, and even a lamp for a study area or personal library. If your kids are younger, think about adding a tent or sheet to a loft bed to create it into a fort!

    Loft beds provide you with extra storage space. Loft beds are a great option for people who are working with smaller rooms and less square footage, as the space underneath the loft bed is perfect for extra storage. Store bins, shoes, and clothes there, or even place a shelving a unit or dresser for even more storage. Some loft beds even come with shelves or drawers built into them already.

    Loft beds are a wonderful option for growing families. If you are thinking about having more kids, investing in a loft bed is a smart move. Loft beds are great pieces of furniture for growing families, as you will be able to simply place a second bed underneath the elevated one when the time comes.

    There are many benefits to loft beds, especially if you are a young family who is thinking about having more kids in the future. Remember to check out our great selection of children’s furniture sets and more at Mom’s Bunk House and get your kids set up in style!

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