Loft bunk bed with desk – offer easiest sleep solution for shared rooms in multi children households or as guest beds for children who enjoy sleepovers with friends. They do not have to be one over other either. Bunk beds come in styles perpendicular to each other, built over cabinets or desks and with take apart options for side-by-side use. Size and shape of room, as well as your child’s preferences, must determine style. L-shaped hems, with a bunk perpendicular to each other, is a good space saver as well as a more stable configuration and safer alternative to classic bunk bed style. Use its innate stability to create two private cabinets in a room by turning top bunk in center of room and not against a wall.
Frame and coat back of top loft bunk bed with desk with wood for an inner wall or for a permanent partition, or simply separate it visually with curtains so that each child has a closed private room on her own in a shared room. Place one-over-the-other style bunk beds in exact center of bedroom, and construct a floor to ceiling wall, width of beds at each end, using typical wooden frame construction and plasterboard cladding. Hang a curtain from ceiling behind top bunk and another from top bunk to fall on back of bottom bunk to create a variation of theme room inside room.
Build floor-to-ceiling shelves against newly raised walls to give each child extra storage space and book space. If you have only one child and one rarely or never used top bunk, save as mattress away and convert top bunk for better use. Improve base of loft bunk bed with desk to withstand strict application by adding a solid plywood floor over usual bed slats. Raise height of side rails for safety, and turn bunk into a fit tree house, fast or pirate crow’s nest for your little adventurer. This also makes a great place for big stuffed animals or extra blankets.