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Save Maximum Space With Lofted Beds!

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As Will Ferrel and John C. Reilly discovered in the infamous movie Step Brothers, having bunk beds really does make a lot more room for activities. Of course, their DIY attempt ended disastrously, you can safely get a loft bed, which is a bunk bed without the lower bed frame to conserve space!

You’d be surprised as to how many different sizes bunk beds come in. There are twin over full bunk beds, which is where a twin sized mattress is held aloft over a full sized mattress. There is are also wooden bunk beds, twin bunk beds, and full over full bunk beds, if you wanted to get bunk beds that were of equal size.

Most bunk beds include an easy to climb ladder that allows you to climb up to the top bunk. However, the benefit of a twin over full bunk bed is that they’re easier to get in and out of for both people on the top and the bottom. There are also triple loft beds, which have a total of three beds and allows maximum sleeping space in a small area!

Twin over full bunk beds are usually cheaper in comparison to purchasing two separate beds, which means you have more money to spend on your child’s necessities, like school supplies or sports equipment. This is a very practical idea for most households, because according to the Central Intelligence Agency, the average household has 2.06 children.

If you’re looking to conserve not only space, but also some funds, then you should definitely consider getting a twin over full bunk bed, or another size that fits your home best! If you have any questions about twin over full bunk beds, or other kinds of bunk beds, feel free to ask in the comments!

7 thoughts on “Save Maximum Space With Lofted Beds!

  1. I think it’s funny that the average comes out to 2.06 kids per household. Like there’s some house out there with a ghost that counts for .06 or something.

  2. I think it’s funny that the average comes out to 2.06 kids per household. Like there’s some house out there with a ghost that counts for .06 or something.

  3. I think it’s funny that the average comes out to 2.06 kids per household. Like there’s some house out there with a ghost that counts for .06 or something.

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