A quick and easy way to double the space in your kids bedroom is to install a kids loft bed that allows for usable space underneath. Kids loft beds are like bunk beds without the bottom bunk. There's usually a ladder or steps of some sort on the side that allows the child to easily climb in and out of bed by him or herself.
Kids Loft Beds Give them a Bird's Eye View of their World
Most kids love loft beds because it makes them feel like they're on top of the world. For a time, they feel like the tallest person around instead of the shortest. And they imagine themselves seeing (maybe even soaring like an eagle) to the horizon on all sides. Even kids that may reject a standard bed might find themselves eager to try out a loft bed, just for these very reasons.
What's Under the Loft Bed?
Kids have a reputation for stuffing things under their beds, never to be seen again. Kids loft beds alleviate that problem once and for all, as anything placed under a loft bed is essentially out in the open for anyone to see. Instead of shoving their dirty clothes, uneaten snacks, and crumpled school work under their beds, you may place a bean bag chair, a T. V. , a bookshelf, a coffee table or snack table, a video game unit, a computer, a train set, a puzzle or model table, a dresser, or some other element that your child regularly interacts with and gets use and value from.
Parents could even permit their trustworthy child to hang a curtain or a sheet or blanket down from the loft, giving them a private enclosure beneath their loft bed in which to build a fort or set up a private clubhouse from them and their friends.
There's Always Room to Play
Whatever you and your child put under their loft bed, they'll appreciate how you've given them a permanent play space in their very own bedroom. Kids loft beds allow you to design a separate play space and sleeping space into a single kid's bedroom.
Custom Theme Lofts Beds
Kids loft beds can be built with a custom theme design like any other kids beds. Whether it's a princess castle bed for your daughter or a tree house bed for your son or a set of side-by-side custom townhouse beds or log cabin beds for your two siblings to share, building them as loft beds opens so much space up in the room to use for so many other creative and convenient purposes.
Interior designer Joann Means and her husband, master carpenter Johnny Means have created an array of custom theme beds over the years, in a dazzling assortment of colors, shapes, sizes, styles, and designs. The custom theme beds at Sweet Dream Children's Interiors (http://www.sweetdreambed.com ) can be built as loft beds, bunk beds, Murphy beds, or standard single beds.
Peruse the galleries of custom theme beds Joann and Johnny have already created at Dream Children's Interiors (http://www.sweetdreambed.com ) and then contact them to start discussing options for creating a perfect functional fantasy living environment for your child, whether that includes a loft bed, a bunk bed, a Murphy bed, or any other kind of kid's bed.