A Look at Twin Over Full Bunk Beds

Aug 3 20:12 2005 Dave Lavinsky Print This Article

A twin over full bunk bed is a bunk bed that has a twin sized bed on top and a full-sized bed on bottom. Like other bunk beds, these beds are typically constructed with tubular metal or wood.

Twin over full bunk beds often help solve the top-or-bottom challenge that bunk beds often produce. This challenge is that kids are often excited by the opportunity to sleep on the top bunk,Guest Posting which yields problems when both sleepers want the top. In twin over full bunk beds, there is a real tradeoff. Choose the top, and you'll be on top of the world, but only on a twin bed. Choose the bottom and you get a full-sized bed to sprawl out on.

Twin over full bunk beds save some floor space over two twin beds, but not a tremendous amount. They save more space when the bottom bed has drawers beneath it, thus limiting the need for additional dressers or closet space. Overall, they represent a viable alternative to other sleeping plans, and often complement the homes they are in.

Like other bunk beds, twin over full beds must conform to minimum safety standards and horseplay on them should be discouraged. Conversely, these beds can provide both stylistic and functional benefits to the homes in which they are located and provide good value for the money.

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Dave Lavinsky
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Bunk Beds provides information on the types of bunk beds that are available, and how and where to buy a bunk bed. For more information go to Bunk Beds and/or visit its sister site at Murphy Beds Web for related information.

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