Let's admit, there is a love-hate relationship with bunk beds. Everybody loves the space-saving feature they bring to a room. We also love the idea of children tucked into their own
little space -whether it's the bottom bunk cave or high rise top bunk.
There's always a downside of everything. I once heard a mother complaining about the difficulty of changing the sheets or making the top bunk bed. She also said that how difficult it was (more like impossible) to kiss and hug her son before bed in the top bunk.
Despite a number of shortcomings, when our babies are ready to make a transition to a larger bed and space is at premium at home, no matter what the shortcomings are, bunk beds become a space saving commodity.
Before you embark on searching for bunk beds, there are some really important points parents must consider, which is surrounding the issues related to health and safety. The bunk bed must be able to carry the weight of two heavy weight children in the top bunk.
Kids are unpredictable, especially boys, and what if two or even three of them climb up the ladder into the top bunk and jump up and down? Therefore, investigate the reliability, robustness and strength of the bunk bed, and see if the manufacturer adhere's to all health, safety and quality standards.
Joyin bunk bed with a trundle bed is built using MDF which is an environmentally friendly material. The chunky panels are held together with high quality fittings, resulting in an extremely rigid and sturdy construction, thus no risk of falling even for boisterous kids.
This bunk bed set requires three mattresses, size 90cm x 190cm.
The bunk bed with a trundle bed is supplied flat pack but is straightforward to put together and detailed instructions are provided.