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10/12/2012 at 19:39
For what it's worth, a friend of mine had her boys sleeping safely in bunk beds at 4 and 2. Emma may be 3 now, but she won't be by the time you have your next baby. Just because bunk beds probably wouldn't work out brilliantly at this moment doesn't mean they won't in 10, 11, or 12 months.I don't think I'd go the trundle option. Those are awesome if you occasionally need an extra bed, but for continual use I don't see that they'd save you any space. You'd still need the room to pull the bed out, and if you pushed it back in every day that's just annoying for your girls.Is there room to put the beds on opposite walls or does the layout not allow that? I have seen rooms work well (not super aesthetically pleasing, but okay) where the beds are placed at right angles to each other on adjoining walls like this: childrens beds
10/12/2012 at 22:15
my girls sleep in bunk beds and they r 3 and 2 - it works perfectly..i bought the gorgeous swwet dreams bunk beds in pink..they come in blue too - let me know if u want some as i run a furniture company
31/01/2013 at 11:01
When you need to accommodate two people into one bedroom you have a decision to make between having two single beds or one double bunk bed. If the room is really small then you might only have the choice of a bunk bed anyway, but if you do have a choice then you must weigh up the advantages and disadvantages of both...... more here
07/11/2014 at 14:48
Ah my 2 kids share a room- i have a boy and a girl. I have the two beds but i picked themed beds with little 'dens' so they have their own little space that they can play. I got my sons from ikea which was proper cheap and my girls princess one which she loves. at a young age they still need their own bit of privacy- you will know the time when they need their own space.
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