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Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Bunk Beds -- Lots of Reasons, Lots of Options

When you’re furnishing your child’s room, a bunk bed may be a great solution. If you have two kids sharing a room, a bunk bed can be a great space saver. If you have three, it might just be a necessity. But even a kid who has his or her own room can benefit from a bunk bed – it makes a sleepover a lot easier when their guest has their own bed to sleep in.

A bunk bed also can be a great addition to a guest room – especially for kids.

But making bunk beds can be a chore. Traditional bedding doesn’t always fit properly and can look bulky and messy, even when it’s mom or dad (and not the kids) making the beds.

Try using bedding designed specifically for bunk beds. Here are a few examples for you:

200-Thread Count Made to Order InseparableSheet Sets are designed for beds that are against a wall and are difficult to make. Flat and fitted sheets are joined together down one side and across the bottom so there’s is no tucking in hard to get places. When you put your fitted sheet on your top sheet goes on automatically. When you get up in the morning, just pull the top sheet straight across and the bed is made. Available in right or left side opening.

Our 200 Thread CountSolid Color Bunk Bed Cap is a comforter with two fitted corners. It comes in 20 colors – one is bound to fit into your décor. Choose from Twin, XL Twin, Full or Queen size.

Or check out our quilted bunkbed cap.

And flannel sheets are also available for bunk beds.

 Use this chart to determine whether to order a right or left-hand sheet set!

Check out our wide selection of bedding designed especially for bunk beds.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yet another kind of bed is frequently termed as a loft bed.
Here there is only one top bunk and directly below you have a space that you can use for various functions.

November 11, 2011 at 1:37 AM  

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