Full size bunk bed – Talk to twins for sleeping in big kid beds. Let them help you decide if they are ready to sleep independently, or if they want to share a full size bed or bigger. Twins often have a very close relationship and are accustomed to sleep in cot. They may not be ready to venture out to sleep alone quite yet.
Measure your bedroom to decide if you should get bunk beds, or if there is space enough for two twin beds. If your twins are on way to their bedrooms, you measure only for bed you can fit in their own rooms. Take twins shopping for their new beds. If twins have full size bunk bed, let them work together to find something that is just right for both of them. With so many kinds of bunk beds now, elections will be plentiful. If twins have separate beds, let them have a choice of color and style to help them express their individuality.
To use a full size bunk bed you do not need to have two beds incorporated or sleep two children. To save space, or add an element of design, use bunk structure for upper bed but underneath place a desk, seating area or play area instead of another bed. This makes excellent use of vertical space when square footage is limited, and gives child a fun, covered spaces for homework or entertainment. Another idea for loft style is to use area under bed as an open closet. Parents can attach hanging rods for clothing or place bureaus and dressers in box below to store clothes and toys, particularly in rooms without toilets.