Bunk Beds with Storage

Let’s face it, there is never enough storage. Especially when it comes to children’s rooms. Their toys seem to multiply every waking moment. Even when they grow out of toys, they’ll need space for studying, and the need for storage will still stand.

So how do you manage a shared bedroom where the kids are faced with double the number of belongings? Firstly, realise what are your space limits. Decluttering will help with deciding on the type of storage needed.

It’s pretty much the same approach as getting new fitted wardrobes for your bedroom. Before choosing different shelving and compartments, you have to know what type of belongings you’ll space for.

Once the room is decluttered decide on the height of the bunk beds with storage included. There are both low sleepers and high sleeper beds. The age of your kids and your ceiling height will help you choose whether you’ll need a standard height or a low-sleeper.

If you prefer a low-sleeper, there’s plenty of opportunities to increase storage space under the bed. Parents and kids love low sleepers in particular for younger kids that can’t climb a high bunk bed.

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Bunk Beds with Drawers

There are two different types of low-sleepers. There are the ones that already have drawers and shelves installed in them and the loft beds with an empty space underneath. When you’ve figured out what you’ll need to store away, you’ll be able to install dividers into the drawers to maximise the use of available space. It’ll make the stuff easy to reach and will help the kids to tidy up their toys on their own with ease, which is what every parent wants!

If you’re still looking for an easy solution to hide the toys, a bunk bed with drawers and a tent is it! These types of beds are popular not only because they let you hide the mess but also because kids are over the moon with the idea of playing inside the tent. You can customise box shelves inside the tent with pull out baskets which will come in handy for future storage when kids grow older.

There’s always a way of adding a storage drawer that will occupy the empty space underneath a standard bunk bed. A drawer is a great way to accomplish a clean look that is also quite easy for kids to pull out and access their toys. The low section of bunk beds with drawers can even hold a single mattress if you’re looking for an occasional sleeping space for guests staying over. Or you can create sections with dividers to store away bedding and toys at the same time.

Bunk Beds with Storage

Beds with Shelves

The beauty of bunk beds is that they can always be taken apart. The storage can be either altered or added depending on the changing needs of the kids. Shared bedrooms will most likely require study desks and to really make some private area for kids that are growing up together you can personalise their space.

When kids are younger you can colour coordinate dressers and shelves. It is a fun way of introducing two different private spaces in one room. This teaches them to respect each other’s privacy while sharing the bedroom.

If the room is big enough to install two loft beds with shelves and desks underneath you can equip them with pretty much any type of storage furniture. The more storage you will add the more enclosed the area will become. Open shelving is a great way to keep the space feel open.

There is an incredible amount of variations for creating extra storage in a shared room with bunks. Some of these approaches are completely modular. While all the furniture fits underneath the bed, you can easily take it apart and use it as stand-alone pieces. The bottom line of any type of bunk bed is that it is a space saver. Before you even begin to add drawers, shelves and stands you already have gained a considerable amount of floor space.