Beds for Kids

Kids beds are made just for kids. They are the right size and often the wood andaccompanying sheets are decorated just for kids. A classic example is the full bed thathas a castle shaped headboard and a frilly canopy; just right for a little princess. Orperhaps you might envision a twin bed shaped like a boat with dark brown wood; perfectfor your little pirate.

However. there are lots of other choices for kids beds. Bunk beds have evolved sincewe were kids. They now have themes just like pirate and princess beds. But not onlythat, they come in a variety of metals and wood ?nishes. Kids bunk beds often havedrawers for storing clothes or toys and a desk for doing homework or art projects. Themost recent development is bunk beds sized for younger children. They still sleep twokids but are shorter and often come with a tiny slide for getting out of bed. How cute!

Finally, we come to the two most unique offerings in the beds for kids category; lofts andtrundles. Trundle beds can ?t under almost any type of bed whether it?s a twin, full oreven bunk bed. Trundle beds are great space savers because 2 kids can still sleep butthe footprint is the same as a regular bed; and they sneakily look the same. Loft bedsare like bunk beds, but with no bottom bunk. These are a different kind of space saverbecause they allow you to use the ?oor space under a bed; maximizing the availablespace in a small room. The most popular items to put under a loft are a desk and adresser, but you can put anything you want under there.

Now, you know the basic types of beds for kids and have a little information to makechoosing your child?s next bed a little easier. There?s just two more things you need toknow; let your kid have a voice in the decision and have fun!