This means that you can provide young children with a safe sleeping area with the option of optimizing room space as your children grow and require a larger play or study area. It is not recommended that children under six years of age sleep on the top bunk. If your oldest child has not quite reached that age then this is an ideal solution. If this appeals to you remember to check whether separating the beds will require that Bunkie boards be used to provide sufficient support for the bunks while used as stand-alone units. I strongly suggest you to visit triple bunk beds to learn more about this.
If you need the bottom bunk for a very young child you may want to look for children’s bunk beds that provide the option of adding guard rails to the bottom bunk. This makes these bottom beds ideal when transitioning from a crib to a bed. There are many other factors that need to be considered when purchasing triple bunk beds – too many to cover in a single article. Other aspects will be covered in future posts.
In the meantime you can start measuring the available floor area in your room and decide which size bed would best meet your requirements. The option of a double bunk with a trundle bed should also be given some consideration as this will broaden the selection that will meet your requirements.