Parents can build structures or facades around twin over futon bunk bed wood to resemble castles, homes, lets or even a ship. In addition, the parents can tie the rest of the room’s decor to this theme. With a ship structure, for example, parents can incorporate nautical themed curtains and lamps, wall decorations with anchors and sea life stuffed animals. When using a facade, bunk beds can have walls on the front, where windows or peephole allow for more play and privacy.
If a child really wants a comprehensive structure, she can ask to add plants and curtains, making it more realistic and dynamic. If you want to use a bunk bed you don’t have to have two incorporated beds or sleep two children. To save space or add an element of design, use the bunk structure for the top bed, but downstairs place a desk, living room or playground instead of another bed.
This makes excellent use of vertical space when space shootings are limited and gives the child a fun, covered space for homework or entertainment. Another idea for the ceiling style is to use the area under the bed as an open cupboard. Parents can attach hangers for clothes or a place bureaus and chests of drawers below to store clothes and toys, especially in rooms without cupboards.