Fun bunk beds for kids

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Fun bunk beds for kids
Try making a bunk bed fort with spare sheets and blankets for added fun. (Jupiterimages/Photos.com/Getty Images)

Sharing a room with a sibling can be a bonding experience for kids, but fitting two beds in the same room is often a hassle. Stack beds into bunk beds to save space and create a fun addition to the room at the same time.

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Slide Bunks

The slide is a playground classic. Twirly slides, straight slides and bumpy slides are all favourites for kids. Whizzing down the smooth surface of an inclined plane never gets old, and getting a bunk bed with a slide attached to the top ensures that whoever wins the top bunk for the night will have an enjoyable morning.

Playhouse Bunks

Turning your bunk bed into a fort with spare blankets is one option, but why do that when you could have a bunk that has built in curtains and walls? Playhouse bunk beds offer a room within a room for your kids to enjoy during the day and sleep in at night. These are often available in styles to suit girls, boys, or a matched pair.

Pirate Bunks

With newer movies like "The Pirates of the Caribbean," and old classics like "Treasure Island" and "Peter Pan," the pirate theme is very much in style with kids. Getting a pirate ship bunk bed can turn every day into an adventure on the high seas for your kids, and allow them to sail away into dreams of buried treasure every night.

Space Shuttle Bunks

Being an astronaut is a common career goal for young kids, and a space shuttle bunk bed is sure to blast them off into a whole new universe of dreams each night. During the day, kids can take turns piloting their space shuttle to the moon and beyond, with friends taking the part of mission control back here on planet Earth to assist with any mechanical or navigational needs.

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