Simple yet Fun Decorate Child’s Loft Bed

Jan 14th

Child’s loft bed – The bunk beds can go far beyond the standard concept of bed-in-bed and add extra floor space and storage as well as fun and excitement to a child’s room. Expensive bunk beds designed to resemble castles, rockets and dollhouses are not the only options if you are looking for something more than a standard bunk. Loft beds and futons are inexpensive options that offer the fun of the bunk bed with added functionality, and tents, awnings and slides add even more fun to a child’s room.

Wooden Child's Loft Bed
Wooden Child’s Loft Bed

Whether you need more space or want to create a private space for children sharing a room, loft beds are a perfect use of vertical space. Although most loft beds have a desk underneath, you can use the space in many ways, such as creating a relaxing reading area, a dressing room or a space for arts and crafts. Two child’s loft bed in a shared room gives each child their own personal space without sacrificing the feeling of open space in a room. The floor surface under each bed can be customized for each child, and gives you a place to store special personal items.

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Adding some fun and excitement to a standard child’s loft bed is simple. Beds with tents and slides and attachments can be purchased, but accessories such as slides that are attached to standard bunk beds are also widely available. It is very simple and inexpensive, however, to create your own tents and awnings. Hanging from a ceiling canopy is perhaps the simplest way to add a special touch to a bunk, but other simple ways include hanging the fabric from the shower curtain rods attached to the bottom bunk or draped large sheets of fabric from the ceiling around of the bed, sewing openings for doors and windows.