Are you thinking about getting bunk beds for your home? The average American family includes two children, and bunking is often considering a fun way to consolidate space while keeping kids happy. While weighing your decisions, keep in mind that only children above the age of six should be sleeping on the upper section of a bunk bed, as they suffer from 50% of all bunk related injuries. That said, here are three things you should consider when it comes to buying bunk beds. 1. Bunk Beds are Safe When They Follow Regulations The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has a mandatory list of bunk bed requirements. As long as your bed is produced by a company that follows their guidelines, you
Bunk beds have changed a lot in the past years. Even more so, if you believe the rumor that they were originally a space saving innovation of the ancient Egyptians. While your last experience with a bunk bed may have been slightly more recent than the time of the Pharaohs, some of the latest trends in bunk beds may still surprise you. Here are just a few.
- Mix and Match. Did you know that the two mattresses do not necessarily have to be the same size? Many of us think of the old fashioned twin bunk beds, but nowadays you can find not just larger models, like Full Over Full bunk beds, but also Twin Over Full bunk beds. Twin Over Full models not only provide two different mattress sizes, but also more stability