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Triple Bunk Beds for Kids

By Edited Jun 18, 2014 0 0

The ultimate in space and money saving kids' bedroom furniture, topped only by the very rare quadruple bunk bed, triple bunk beds for kids will let three kids sleep in the same floorspace that would be occupied by a normal twin bed. With the gap between rich and poor at record levels not only in the United States but also in many other parts of the world, more and more families will be turning to cheaper solutions for their every day necessities in the quest to save money and get out of debt. The triple bunk bed can serve this goal admirably, as many families are losing their homes and all but the super rich are likely to have to move to smaller dwellings. If you're searching for a bed for your three kids or plan to have three (or more), this type of bedding makes a lot of sense. The only thing is, you will have to guarantee safety with strong safety mechanisms up to (guardrails, or maybe a mesh guard wall) and caution your kids not to play on the bed.

For those who don't have to worry as much about space, futon bunk beds for kids or another type of single over double bunk bed may be a suitable solution. These beds are okay only if two of the three kids are okay with sharing a bed. The benefit of this type of bunk bed is better safety, as the top bunk is not as high off the ground. It is generally also easier to find this type of triple bunk beds for kids- you can find one for $179.00 in the Ikea bunk beds for kids collection.
Keep in mind that metal bunk beds for kids tend to be cheaper, and this is mainly because wood is the preferred material for beds. Metal is cold to the touch and generally doesn't look as nice as wood. However, wooden bunk beds for kids are more expensive. Also, metal does offer some advantages over wood. Usually, it will be much stronger and will put up with heavy use and perhaps even some abuse.

Cheap bunk beds for kids won't be fancy, but they generally will do the trick pretty well. For even cheaper prices, you will have to buy used. This can be okay, and there might even be more bunk beds on the market as families are forced to move out of their homes and sell most of what they have; many now live in campers as they search for work. By saving money and getting out of debt now, you may be able to weather the hard times up ahead. Triple bunk beds may help that end.



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