Hand-crafted triple bunk beds for the kids

Bunk beds are a great alternative to regular beds, especially for the children’s room. Not only that they usually have playful and cheerful designs but they are huge space-savers. Instead on occupying the whole room with two or three separate beds you can just buy or build bunk beds and leave the rest of the space free so that the kids can have room to play.

Bunk beds are actually not that difficult to make. Of course, you have to be extra careful because they need to be safe and durable. Kids tend to have a natural talent when it comes to breaking stuff. These parents decided to make the bunk beds by themselves. They made two sets, one for the girls’ room and another one for the boys’ room. They both have similar designs. The girls’ bunk beds have been stained and feature a lovely cranberry shade. They have boards attached to the walls on two sides for safety and durability.

The boys’ bunk beds are still a work in progress. They are almost finished. The boys’ beds have been painted green and have the color of bamboo. They are also attached to the walls and placed in the corner of the room but they have a slightly different design than those for the girls. Now the kids’ rooms are more spacious and there’s a lot of free floor space for them to play. The kids love the beds and they also got to actively participate during their construction.{found on thehandmadedress}.

Published by in Kids, on July 9th, 2012


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