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Method of Construction. Kids abuse their furniture. They jump on it jump off of it hang from it and generally test all furniture to its limits. A bunk bed purchased for a kid`s room will have to be able to withstand a great deal! Taking time to consider the method of construction of the bunk bed can ensure the bed will continue to provide a safe place to sleep - even after months of abuse.
There`s nothing quite like the strength size and power of an oak tree. And when you take those characteristics and qualities and transfer them into a bunk bed design what you end up with is a bunk bed that clearly defines the term classic in both color and appearance. A medium oak bunk bed will end up being a piece of furniture which will last a lifetime and no doubt be passed down through generations of families as a result of its natural beauty and powerful endurance.
There are many kinds of metal bunks available for you to choose from. There is the twin over twin kind of metal beds. The upper and lower bunks are of the same size and are sometimes detachable to use both beds separately especially when kids do not want to use a bunks anymore. Some metal beds have larger lower bunks and smaller upper bunks. These are ideal for children of different ages to share.
There are triple bunk beds that provide the option of separating the beds and using them as stand-alone units. This is a useful option if you have the required space to use the beds separately. 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.