Take a look at this collection and you will see many inspirations for your child’s room. Thanks to this collection, you can now choose from a variety of low bunk beds for kids. These beds are available in different styles and sizes and thanks to that, and all should be suitable for different customers. Which one do you like most?
The flat bunk bed is a perfect combination of functionality and a simple design that will fit into the children's room. The simplicity of execution and beautiful white finish enchants. A small ladder facilitates entry into the upper bed.
Bunk bed in modern style. Designed for kids. Construction is made of wood and fitted with railings for added safety. Perfect solution for space saving in each kid's room as needed.
Tiny pattern of a light colored wallpaper creates a backdrop for a low-lying light blue painted bunk bed. If your ceilings aren't particularly high, choose a short loft bed, still being able to save on floor space.
In these bunk beds your children will be sleeping as soundly as a bear during winter season. Made of wood with three-toned finish, this comfy combo has a properly secured top bunk, a fixed ladder, and a built-in tray for holding cups and glasses.
An aesthetic practical bunk bed for kids. It has a rectilinear frame of white-finished wood. A bottom bed has a very low base. A full unified footboard with a ladder design and full side rails feature recessed panels. A ladder is built-in upright.
If you have a loving family you probably want to create safe and friendly space for your kids. These ideas for children's room design are reasonable, neat and vivid. The variety of colors helps kids to develop their creativity!
Bunk beds are the dream of all kids. "I'm upstairs!". This beautiful low bunk bed with platform, contains a simple and modern ladder, comfortable for the child. It has a neutral beige color and is very stable.
Low bunk beds for kids are the perfect solution for kids who don't want to share beds, but there's a need to make the most out of an overcrowded situation. They're made to conserve space efficiently in shared bedrooms and seamlessly transform a room that's good for one into a two-person accommodation. In the market, you'll find various low bunk beds for kids in different styles and arrangements which infuse a functional flat to the smallest of spaces.
Before you check out your options, read first our list of all the things you need to consider when purchasing low bunk beds for kids as it'll ensure you make an informed buying decision.
First and foremost, you need to measure how high your ceiling is. Low bunk beds vary in height, so you'll want to be informed regarding the height your children's room can accommodate.
Once you've determined the ceiling's height, subtract the amount of space needed in order to crawl to the top bunk. You may want your children to sit up fully when he or she is at the bottom or top bunk for bedtime stores. You'll also need enough clearance when changing sheets.
Bunk Bed Length
Low bunk beds are generally 60 inches long. For units that come with stairs, there must be at least 77 inches of space.
The next thing you need to check is the unit's weight limit. What matters most is the top bunk's weight limit. It's difficult to provide you with an exact number, but the weight limit for most low bunk beds for kids is set at 100 lbs.
If you'll be needing a high weight limit, we suggest you look into heavy duty low bunk beds that are designed to carry more weight.
You must know that children under the age of 6 are not recommended by the American Pediatrics Academy to sleep on top bunks of regular bunk beds. Since you're planning to purchase a bunk bed specially made for younger children, you won't have to worry about this. Your concern would be the color of the bunk as you'll need to entice your kids into occupying the beds!
Low bunk beds for kids don't come with their own mattresses, which means you'll need to find mattresses that will fit the unit you purchased.
You'd want to ensure that the mattresses fit the framing. The mattress for the top bunk should also leave enough space to expose the safety rail. Manufacturers of bunk beds are required to provide recommendations regarding mattress thickness.
Ladder vs. Stairs
There are several ways to access a top bunk: through angled ladders, stairs or vertical ladders. A vertical ladder is the simplest and most affordable option. But, it can present challenges, especially to kids. If you'll be going with a ladder, make sure the rungs are flat as they're more comfortable on your children's feet than the round versions. Angled ladders, on the other hand, are easy to climb but they require additional space. They also come with handrails for safety.
This area includes elements of furniture that provide plenty of sleeping space in small rooms. Each bunk bed provides two beds in an L-shape configuration. What is more, this practical solution includes three storage drawers.
A cool contemporary bunk bed for girl kids. Its simple wooden frame has a natural finish. An upper bed has recessed sides of white-finished wooden material and an inbuilt upright ladder. Beds match well a rug in beiges with a white stars pattern.
A perfect proposition for a child's bedroom or smaller studios. Made from natural wood, this bright set comprises a twin bed towering over the bookshelf space a floor-levelled daybed.
Low bunk beds for children allow you to cleverly and comfortably arrange a small children's room. They can comfortably sleep two of the youngest. Made of dark wood trundle bed will save a lot of space and is very functional.
A fresh contemporary decor proposition for a children's bedroom. This low bunk bed with can be used as a double bed or create a cool space to hide, play or relax for your child.
The undoubted advantages of low bunk beds include space saving. Our kids can sleep in one room. In this case, the seemingly complicated construction made of light wood finished with a wood veneer in a warm shade of pine. It also has separate shelves.
A practical L-shaped bunk bed for boy kids. It's of wooden materials with a natural finish. An upper bed has a shelf on a side rail and a footboard with an entry. Six drawers with black knobs are inbuilt under the bed, 3 other ones - in stairs.
An interesting alternative for bunk beds. It is lower, so it is safer for users. It has got stairs that provide access to the upper bed. These stairs feature three storage drawers. The whole constructions is comfortable, safe and solid.
A simple practical contemporary bunk bed crafted of wood with a bluish finish. It has tall straight angular corner posts, horizontally slatted headboards, footboards and side rails. A ladder is built-in upright.
Mini-sized bunk bed for toddlers. Though personally I'd wait with a bunk bed until the kids grow older. Either way, the bunk bed is white, with a subtle silvery print that looks a bit like jacquard. A built-in ladder was provided.
Bunk bed for small indoors. This space saving design provides two comfortable beds. The upper one includes protective rails and an access ladder. The whole bed is made of wood and finished in dark brown color.
Ingenious space-saving contemporary corner bunk beds for kids. They have simple frames of wooden materials finished in white. Such a bed has a rectangular safety half-rail mounted on 3 thin vertical metal rods.
Bunk bed doesn't have to reach to the ceiling itself. You can use an alternative version when the low bunk, very close to the floor. It works well on the spine and doesn't take up air. Imitates it's own room for everyone.Made of dark, graphite wood plates.
Neat contemporary kids room layout with low bunk bed from Ikea, standing directly on the floor level. I guess I'd miss some storage for bedding, though; however, the ceiling was probably too low to house a standard loft bed.
The Japanese believe that contact with the earth is important in life - being closest to nature at the time. That's why they believe that low beds are the best. For example, a simple low bunk bed for kids, with a mattress close to the ground.
If you want your kids to have a bit more safe fun in their bedroom then how about going for this amazing chalk board that can be installed on the side of the bunk bed and can be the surface for them to be creative.
This beautiful combination of the kids room is a mix of a loft with a place to study and relax, as well as a sliding bed to sleep. The simple yet imaginative composition is functional, stable and beautifully presented in every style.
Kid's bedrooms in scandi-style are out favorite nowadays. Simple wooden frames, made of pine wood with low construction create this low bunk bed for kids in very simple, but fashionable design. Stable wide ladder and bedding with dots.
Opt for a simply perfect setting for your little ones with this bunk bed that comes with the convenient drawers for extra storage and a shape perfect for keeping your floor space as functional as possible.
This junior bunk bed in white is compact but somehow cute. The bed is low positioned, so there's not much than can be tucked underneath, a mattress perhaps. But it looks safe and cozy thanks to reduced scale.
A lovely set of bunk beds for your precious little ones. The set is crafted of hardwood and covered in an espresso finish, offering a properly secured top bunk to keep your children safe and sound.