Did you know that bunk beds date back to as far as ancient Egyptians? It was believed that
beds of this kind was first observed in Europe particularly in wealthy families. Lords or
masters are often seen using this particularly during one of their long trips while, the
servants are allowed to sleep under their master's sleeping cart. The position of the servants
while asleep shows that they are considered inferior class even before the old times. A bit of
history on bunk beds.
Have you noticed that the current bunks beds in the UK market is nothing more than a composition of two beds piled on top of each other. They look dull, boring, no inspiration, surely children deserve more. We don't live back in the 50's - we need to make sure the furniture we buy is creative, stimulates children and fit for purpose. Kids now a days have huge amount of items to store, ranging from clothing to educational materials, and need lots of storage space, especially when you're having two kids in a room.
At Babios, we love to challenge the status-quo and have been working tirelessly to design and construct a bunk bed package that is fit for purpose and in line with the current trend, and this Bueno white bunk bed collection does exactly that. Have you seen anything like this in the UK market? The Bueno white set consists of a bunk bed, children's bed, 2 door under bunk bed wardrobe, large 4 door wardrobe and stairs with 4 large chest of drawers. Lots and lots of space for storage, saving you 100's of pounds from buying additional furniture's. Depending on your taste and need, the stairs can be positioned either on the left or right side of the bunk bed. The bunk bed has an in-built shelves for books and magazines, no need to spend more money on a bookcase.
Now, the proof is in the pudding. All our furniture's are constructed using environmentally friendly materials, namely MDF, which is known to produce the lowest volatile organic compound emissions. This beautiful children's furniture set weighs in excess of 500kg, which is built to last at least a decade. The chunky panels are held together with high quality fittings, resulting in a robust construction. For health and safety reasons we strongly recommend that only children over the age of 6 to use the upper bunk.
The bunk bed set requires two mattresses, size 90cm x 190cm.
To avoid trapping fingers and slamming, the doors are fitted with soft closing mechanisms. This high end kid's furniture is supplied flat pack but is straightforward to put together and detailed instructions are provided.