Every parent wants a comfortable life for their kids. Having enough sleep is one of the critical factors parents consider having satisfied all the other basic needs required by their kids. Depending on the design of the house, room sizes may vary, and thus, the bed size and structure also changes with the rooms.
The following are the top five types of quality kids’ beds and their respective house designs to help you choose the most appropriate one for your kids:
- Bunk beds
It is quite evident that the bunk beds are the favorites for most people having two or more kids. These are those beds with more than one bed placed over the other – most have only two layers stacked over the base layer. It becomes our best bed on this list because of its ability to accommodate more kids in one room.
It comes in different orientations depending on the taste of the buyer which include: L shaped bunk, standard, Futon, Full Bunk and Trundle Bunk
- Cabin Beds
Every kid has his/her things that they would like to keep them in their private places. These may include toys and dolls which do not need to be scattered all over the house since they may make the house look disorganized, making it difficult to move around the house.
The cabin bed provides a solution to such problems by giving the kids the space they can keep their belonging as they please.
- Double Beds
The double bed becomes third in the list. As they grow on, most of the kids want to do things on their own and may not feel free having the other kid watch him/her do it. However, parents may find such beds as the most appropriate due to the size of the house which may not be big enough to allow for a bunk bed or let the kids stay in separate rooms.
These double beds save the parent the need to look for another house when they can settle for other essential things.
- Starter Beds
You have probably moved to a new house and have not bought all the necessary things for that house because you are still making decisions. As you make the decisions and the kids want to have an enjoyable stay, then the starter bed may be the best option for you. They are simple beds that are worth the little cash you spend on them for that short period you may take before settling.
- Day Beds
Just as the name suggests, these kids’ beds are only meant to be used at daytime as they are not supposed to be in the bedroom. These beds act as seats whenever the kids are not sleeping or playing, say, after a tiresome journey. Sleeping is useful for providing mental relaxation to the kids to allow them to orient themselves to the surroundings as well as relieve themselves of the stress and tiredness.