Loft bed with slide and tent – A slide could turn any child’s room from a standard room into a playful domain. Some companies specialize in creating beds with slide attachments or slides for indoor use. These are generally smaller than typical outdoor slides and are intended to fit into a standard 8 by 8 foot room. Before installing a slide in a child’s room, make sure there is plenty of space and do not there are dangerous obstructions. Create plenty of room to maneuver around the slide.
Instead of standard bunk beds, put a loft bed with slide and tent into your room. Stacked beds open up space. The ladder and slide are either on the front side of the bunk or a slide on the front and the ladder on an adjacent side. The bunk beds with slide attachments are generally shorter than typical bunk beds, which keeps the slide from forming an acute angle. The bunk beds are a little more than 4 meters high, 6 meters wide and 7 feet long. Measure the size of the room before buying the bunk beds. Set up bunk beds so they allow the child to stand easily and walk off the slide.
Some loft beds are equipped with a slide that attaches to the top and a tent that covers the bottom half. The tent extends outwards, making a clubhouse spacious under the high bed. Some of these beds also have a tent that is fixed at the top, creating an even greater shelter. Loft bed with slide and tents are about 4 feet high, 9 feet long and 8 feet wide. Keep in mind that a lower and upper tent can add at least 3 feet in height and 3 feet in width to the current dimensions. Keep children under 7 years of age out of top bunks and always have the correct installation of the rails.