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Bunk bed as a solution for small room

Sleep is a basic need for everyone and a perfect sleep always starts from a comfortable sleep. You need a bed that can provide comfort and able to accommodate your needs to start and end your day. But there are some problems that will disturb your good sleep if you have not found the right bed. 

Do you have a small room that not proportional for the large number of your family members? Or your house is often visited by your relatives who want to stay over for the night but you do not have an extra bed?  Try to smartly tune your problems by using bunk beds for the solution that can accommodate your needs. The good news is that bunk bed is suitable to be used by adult and children, which is why bunk bed is the perfect choice if you have a small space. Maximise the arrangement of your space properly using your creativity and imagination to create a bedroom that feels comfortable even though in a limited space.

Of course, choosing a bunk bed is not easy. There are many things that you must pay close attention to when you are going to use a bunk bed, namely the activities that you want to accommodate, also in terms of comfort and safety. 
 

Types of bunk bed: 

1. Bunk bed with underbed storage
This bunk bed has two beds at the top and the bottom, which can accommodate two people. At the bottom part of the bed, there is some extra spaces that can be utilised properly for additional storage. Put storage boxes for spare beddings, like sheets, quilt and quilt covers, pillowcases, throw, and many more. Easy to pull-out because the storage box has a handle. You can also use a storage box to store seasonal items that currently are not being used.
 
2. Bunk bed that can be divided into two single beds
This bunk bed can be transformed into two single beds. Can be used for years following your child’s growth. You can use the bunk bed when your children still young, then turn into twin beds when they have grown up to provide more privacy and comfort.
 
3. Bunk bed with pull-out underbed
This very practical, multifunctional bunk bed can be combined with an extra pull-out underbed. This bed can give you more space to relax and play, and you will also have a special bed for friends who want to stay overnight.
 
4. Loft bed
A loft bed is a perfect choice for you when you want to combine several functions at once in a limited sized space. The height can creat a comfortable space underneath for various activities like a sitting area to relax, work space, clothing area – or even a place to park your bike.
 
These are the tips for chosing a bunk bed:
1. Measure the area
A bunk bed is perfect for you who has a limited space. Start by measuring your room. Calculate the floor area and the ceiling height. Leave enough space between the bunk bed and the ceiling height to prevent your head from hitting. Although the height if the bunk bed varies, but the average height is 1.5 to 1.8 meters.
 
2. Determine the type of bunk bed 
There are several types of bunk bed that can meet a variety of your needs, namely bunk bed with underbed storage, bunk bed with three beds, bunk bed that can be changed into two single beds, and a loft bed with the below area that can be adjusted to your needs.
 
3. Determine the feature for the bunk bed according to your activities
There are many features that can be added to accommodate your needs in the bedroom. Special features, namely working area, storage, and also a sitting area to relax. Choose the bunk bed that is most appropriate for you.
 
4. Determine the material and style of the bunk bed
Bunk beds have a variety of materials that you can choose, namely wood, solid wood, and steel. Steel is a very strong and sturdy. While untreated solid wood can last a long time. Can be painted with your favorite coours and also can be recycled. Solid wood is a natural material that can give a warm mood to your room and last forever.
 
5. Make sure the bunk bed is installed properly
Bunk bed must be installed and fastened to the wall properly so they are safe to use and will not harm you. Upper level of the bunk bed is not suitable for children under the age of 6 years to avoid the risk of injury from falling. It is important not to attach hooks to the bed or hang straps or belts which can disturb children while playing. 
 
We believe that creativity is always inspiring, and we are proud to be a part of your home decorating creations. However, modifying IKEA products so they can no longer be used for their original purpose means your commercial guarantees will be lost.

Writer: Ayu Nindyakirana
 

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