1. The upper bunk’s guard rail should not be too high or too short.
Generally speaking, when using a bunk bed, there is not much space on the upper bunk. In order to reduce any claustrophobic feelings, the guard rail should not be too high and should be a bit longer than the mattress. If it’s too high, users may lean on it too much, or if too low, there is a risk of falling.
Additionally, high rails will also affect the ventilation and lighting. Having the perfect size allows for the proper airflow and lighting.
2. Making use of the window sill
If the bedroom is small, you can incorporate the window sill into the desk design of the lower bunk. This makes the most use of the space at hand.
3. Study space and bedroom combined
Learning is the most important task for children, so it is more convenient for children to integrate the two spaces into one. The lower bunk space of the bed is an excellent location to put the desk.
Underneath the desk should be left as empty as possible, in order to make it easy to stand up and sit down. The storage of the desk mainly uses drawers, shelves, and suspended cabinets, so that the desktop can be kept clean and tidy. The depth depends on what will be placed there, like a computer.
Yes you can.
The E0 and E1 grade solid core plywood conforms to international standards. The ultra-low formaldehyde content protects the health of users. No artificial adhesives are used in the manufacturing process, so there is no unpleasant and irritating odor after installation. Simply use a rag to wipe down the frame, and the bunk bed is ready for use!
Bunk bed designs come in many different forms. There are I-shaped bunk beds with aligned upper and lower levels. There are L-shaped beds with different orientations on the upper and lower levels. There are also asymmetrical styles, with single beds on the upper floor and double beds on the bottom.
The orientation is mainly limited to the layout of the bedroom. In general, the designer will consider the direction and position of the door opening and closing, the position of the air-conditioning, the lighting of the window, and whether the wall is restricted by beams and columns. All of this info is used to determine the placement and direction of the bunk bed.
If one of the walls has a column sticking out, then the long side will not be placed there.
The A/C unit should not be blowing directly on the bed, which could make the person sick or cause sleep issues.
You also want to avoid blocking too much of the natural light with the bed frame.
These types of beds usually incorporated multiple different things into one. For example, a bed on top and desk underneath, as well as guard rails and ladders.
They may also be called L-shaped beds, combination beds, etc.
Options generally include: fixed ladders, stairs, and movable ladders.
The vertical ladder does not take up much space, but is a poor choice for the elderly, small children, or those with bad joints.
As for movable ladders, they are best for freeing up extra space when you need it. For example, if there is a wardrobe underneath, moving the ladder allows for easy access into the wardrobe.
Stairs take up a lot of space, but are generally more safe, as you can hold the rails as you ascend. Having a staircase can also create extra storage space.
Bunk beds are very flexible in their design, which is great for smaller Hong Kong apartments. They can sleep up to 3 people and can offer storage options as well.
Additionally, children tend to sleep in the same room, so this is a great way to cultivate the sibling relationship while making efficient use of the space. It can double as a wardrobe, desk, or storage space.
Most of our customers who want a bunk bed will put it in the children’s room. They want something more bright and lively, so they will ask if “there are other color options for the bunk bed.” Of course there are!
We work closely with a number of suppliers that provide colored boards for customers to choose from. Designs can also be color-blocked (additional charges will be added for more than 3 colors). We are dedicated to providing the most suitable colors and design for your needs.
We strongly do not recommend children under the age of 6 or the elderly to sleep on the top bunk.
Children under 6 are prone to falling and accidents when ascending and descending. The elderly may not be strong enough to properly climb up to the top, which could result in injury.
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