Toddler loft beds are practical in several ways, but it is important to find the right type for your children’s room. If two or more siblings share a room, a bunk bed with two or three floors is required. Instead, if you need more floor space, it is good for a cot. Here the floor surface can be used for play, a desk or a cozy cabin. Here I recommend cots, bunk beds and family beds, many of which can be used by children and parents for many years. Ceiling bed from the Danish Oliver Furniture, which is a practical solution to the often recurring space problem in our children’s rooms. Under the ceilings the children can play and store toys.
Toddler loft beds in classic design from Swedish Mavis. The bunk beds and ladders are made of solid birch, which gives stability to the whole bed. The bed is supplied including ribbons. Find the beds from the Start Smart Collection at Wish Children. This is a series of beds with different panels, which makes it easy to change the look of your bed. With fronts, panels and accessories, you create your own style.
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An extra luxurious toddler loft beds with benches and table, Wood Collection, from Oliver Furniture. The bed can be converted into two single beds or day beds, with the addition of extra legs. The wood collection has inspired 50’s, with it is a rounded corner. Available in full color white or white oiled oak. Danish Hoppe kids have a wide range of both cots and bunk beds with different sizes and colors. It is fun that they also have different textile items to choose from so you can turn the bed into a spacecraft, a sago castle or a forest. Confident Living has a wide range of beds.