Kid's Themed Bunk Beds

Date September 25, 2008

Children\'s Themed Bunk BedsKid's themed are certainly more popular today than they were even just a decade ago.  Why?  Well, as time goes on people want more choices, and as the demand for more choices increases, designers get busy trying to put together the next coolest thing.

You can now get a  bunk bed for your little girl that resembles a doll house.  Imagine going back in time when you were a little girl and just think how great it would have been to actually have been able to sleep in your very own real life, dream of a dream doll house.  What a great thought!  Well, your children can now.

There are so many different themes for boys and girls that it's hard to choose.  You have army tents, space shuttle, and car racing themes for the boys, and castle/princess themes for the girls.  Who knows, your child might even ask you if it's time to go to bed yet?  Sounds crazy?  Well, it's not, having a comfortable, peacesful place for your child to sleep can actually improve their sleep, and we all know that a good night's sleep improves everything.

The only remark that we would like to add: When searching for that perfect themed bunk bed for your child, think about what the impact might be in a few years when he or she outgrows their fascination.  Do you know someone who could use it?  Will it become a burden at this point?  Just trying to get you to think ahead and plan a little, not discourage.

Take your time, search the Internet, I'm sure you'll find the perfect kid's themed bunk bed.

Don VanPelt is a writer for Bunk Beds Central who has published many articles about bunk beds. Read his comments and recommendations for the best places to buy bunkbeds at Bunk Beds Central.

7 Responses to “Kid's Themed Bunk Beds”

  1. Russ said:

    We bought our daughter a similar bed as the one pictured. It was such a joy to see her on x-mas with her new princess bunk bed. What a great time to be a kid. I remember having not much more than an old mattress on the floor for me and my brother.

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  4. Megivern said:

    I have been struggling with this for a long tie, I appreciate the encouragement – it gives me hope. Maybe someoneelse will figure this out.

  5. Shedrick Copeland said:

    I am just curious about the cost

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  7. Holly said:

    Does anyone know how to make the ladder stairs that open up at each step?I plan to make one for my boys that is space themed and one for my girls that has a cottage themed.

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