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By Meet&Co | 19 December 2023 | 0 Comments

Level Up Your Sleep Space: 4 Reasons to Step Up to Bunk Beds with Stairs

Staircase bunk beds are safe and easy for kids to climb and make getting to bed more fun! They also help free up space for siblings or sleepovers.
 

This twin over full stair bunk is made from solid pine with a wire-brushed enhanced grain dove gray finish and features steps that double as storage drawers. It is a great choice for children’s bedrooms and can be paired with under bed drawers or trundle beds (available separately).
 

Safety

Bunk beds with steps offer a fun and convenient sleeping solution for children. However, parents should consider the safety features of bunk beds to ensure their child’s comfort and well-being. The bunk bed must meet specific safety standards to prevent entrapment and structural failure, which could lead to serious injury. These requirements include guardrails, sturdy ladders, and an appropriate mattress size. In addition, it’s important to follow the manufacturer’s instructions for assembling and disassembling bunk beds to avoid any potential hazards.
 

The guard rail on a bunk bed is an essential safety feature, especially for the top bunk. It prevents children from falling out of the bed and helps them climb to and from the upper level safely. The rail should be positioned at least 16cm above the mattress surface, and any gaps should not exceed 7.5cm. Additionally, the slats that support the mattress should be spaced closely enough to prevent a child from slipping through them and sustaining an injury.
 

It’s also a good idea to place the bunk bed in a corner of a room so that there are walls on two sides to prevent children from falling out of the bed or hitting their head. Also, if possible, position the beds away from windows and radiators as these can pose a fire hazard. In addition, the area around the bunk bed should be free of any clutter that can cause trips and falls.
 

A bunk bed with stairs is usually safer than one that uses a ladder, but both styles have their pros and cons. Ladders take up less floor space and are ideal for younger children, but they can be difficult to maneuver and may have a tendency to fall apart over time. Staircases, on the other hand, are much more stable and are suitable for older children. They also eliminate the need for a separate piece of furniture, such as a dresser, and can be used to store belongings.

Regardless of which type of bunk bed you choose, it’s important to teach your children the proper way to use the ladder and stress that they should only use it for sleep and not horsing around. It’s also a good idea to regularly inspect the bunk bed and replace any broken or worn parts.
 

Space


bunk bed with steps

Stairs are a safer alternative to ladders on bunk beds for kids. They also save space in the room since they don't require an additional piece of furniture to function. They're also an excellent choice for parents who want to maximize storage in their child's room. Many of our stairway bunks have drawer stairs, which double as under-bed storage for clothing and toys. These options are available in dark cherry, white and gray finishes that match any bedroom decor and style.

Another consideration when choosing a bunk bed with steps is its overall construction. You'll want to avoid flimsy materials such as particle board in favor of strong woods like oak, birch or maple. This will ensure your children get a sturdy and durable bed that lasts for years to come.
 

A solid wood stairway bunk will look stylish in any room and provide lasting comfort for your kids. They're a great option for shared rooms and sleepover headquarters, as they can comfortably accommodate multiple kids in one room without losing floor space or compromising on quality.
 

You'll find a wide variety of styles and configurations, including twin over twin and full over full stair bunks. Most of our stairway bunks can be customized as your family's needs change with options such as under-bed drawers, twin trundle drawers or even a bookcase. The patented Rock Lock system on all our stairway bunks makes them ultra-durable and secure.
 

When selecting a stairway bunk bed, it's important to take precise measurements of the room so you can ensure that the finished product fits perfectly and doesn't obstruct any windows or doors. Taking the time to do this will save you many headaches in the future and help you make an informed purchase that's right for your home.
 

If you're ready to start shopping for the perfect bunk bed for your kids, Slumberland has a wide selection of top-quality options to meet every budget. You'll find beautiful twin over twin stairway bunks, as well as other configurations in both metal and wood, so it's easy to get exactly the bed you need for your family.
 

Storage

A bunk bed with stairs provides the perfect place to add some extra storage. Many models offer drawers built into the staircase for extra space to store clothes, toys and books. Others feature a separate set of drawers under the bottom twin bed for even more storage. Having plenty of storage options is ideal for families who need to maximize the space in their kids' rooms.
 

If you want to save space without sacrificing functionality, consider the best-selling bunk bed from Maxtrix Kids. This stacked design uses stairs instead of a ladder and has room underneath the bottom twin bed for a full-size trundle. This trundle is ideal for sleepovers, providing additional sleeping space when family and friends visit.
 

The Daxter bunk bed from Harper & Bright is another great option. It features a full-over-full layout and comes with three underbed storage drawers as well as two lower drawers hidden with the stairs. Parents love that the storage is so spacious and offers an attractive look. They also appreciate that the beds are easy to assemble and durable. However, some parents note that the stairs are skinnier than other models they've seen and might be difficult for younger children to climb.
 

Regardless of how much storage you want in your bunk beds, make sure they meet safety standards set by the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC). This includes having guardrails to reduce the risk of kids rolling off the top bunk and ensuring that the stairs are wide enough to prevent climbing accidents. CPSC testing also establishes standards for surface coatings, sharp edges and phthalates in bedding materials.
 

Bunk beds are a safe way to share a room with siblings, making them a popular choice for parents who want to give their kids more floor space and comfort. However, kids should always sleep on a fitted sheet, sleep with a light on and use a nightlight to avoid overheating or disturbing each other's sleep.
 

A bunk bed with stairs makes it easier for kids to get in and out of their beds without compromising safety. Many models have sturdy, slatted handrails to support kids as they climb up to the top level and extra-tall 17-inch guardrails to prevent entrapment on the upper bunk.
 

Decorative

Bunk beds come in a variety of shapes, configurations and decorative styles. For example, this twin-over-twin stairway bunk bed with curtains is ideal for smaller rooms. Its low design frees up floor space and creates a cozy reading nook at the bottom of the stairs. You can customize the bunk for fun or function with add-ons like underbed storage drawers, a trundle bed and a slide. Some bunks also include slat kits, eliminating the need for a bulky box spring, which can save you money and extra room in the bedroom.
 

If you’re looking for a more traditional style, there are plenty of wood bunks with stairs to choose from. These feature a clean-lined, classic look that can stand up to the test of time. Many come in a number of finishes, from natural to deep espresso. Others feature paneling, which can add texture to a bedroom and transform it into a pirate paradise or princess castle. If you prefer a more modern look, there are also metal and white bunks with stairs that are easy to maintain and are a stylish choice for any bedroom.
 

Stairs are more secure than ladders and provide an elegant, space-saving alternative. They’re also easier to climb than angled ladders, making them a good option for younger children. Some models also include safety rails to prevent kids from rolling off the top bunk.
 

Many bunk bed models include a trundle or storage bed underneath the lower bunk. These are great for sleepovers or when you need an additional bed. Some trundle beds are simply large drawers that fit under the bottom bunk, while others are pull out units with a twin mattress. Some even have a desk or futon on the bottom.
 

You can customize your bunk bed with stairs to match your child’s personality or decor preferences. For instance, you can add a colorful underbed curtain to turn a bunk into a playroom. Some models also feature built-in drawers that can store toys, books and more. You can even find a bunk with a sliding door that provides more privacy for the top bunk and makes getting up in the morning a little bit more fun.

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