The Safety Using Bunk Bed with Stairs
Seems like everything I knew is only 3 types of everything. I should read another book I guess. Ok, skip that. There are 3 types of bunk bed, which are standard bunk bed, loft bed, and triple loft bed. Let’s we discussed one by one. A standard bunk bed, as we already know, has two same size mattresses stacked one directly over the other. In the standard type, there are several option of bunk bed types, a twin over full bunk bed which is the lower bed’s size is a full size, and the upper bed’s size is a twin size. There is a futon bunk bed, which is the lower bed originally a futon couch that can be converting in to a bed. The last one, there is the L-shape bunk bed which creates a small alcove where a desk or bookshelf can be placed. Types number two, there is a loft bed. This is a bit weird though but maybe comfortable enough if you are not afraid. This type only has the top bunk, connected straight to the wall, with a built-in storage capacity or other features. Maybe it will cost you much more but it is perfect for a minimalist house. The third one is triple loft beds that arrange a total of three bunks. This type is a combination, which means you can ask it to your interior designer. I think it is a bit rare in the ordinary furniture shops.
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