Girl bunk beds should be built to suit occupants. Some plans offer additional support for height and weight and size adults. Others are designed for children and added safety features such as surround railings for upper and lower beds. Select plans detailing materials and tools. Compare plan with measures of mattresses available. There are plans to choose which usually offer simple girl bunk beds and strong designs that are cheap to build. Builder can choose or adjust characteristics of beds for a space. Materials may include hand-carved wood or choose based on price or durability. For special physical needs, bed can be built to enter any specific mattress or to accommodate grab bars.
Children under 6 years should not use top of a bunk due to height and safety risks. Consumer Product Safety Commission (Safety Commission Consumer Product) notes that there have been cases of children who have been trapped under railings of girl bunk beds design. Make sure mattress or foundation covering space framework for a child’s arm or leg does not slide around there. Mattresses and foundations need cleats, cross wires or other media types to avoid falling or fall off. These supports must be properly fastened with screws or bolts to ledges of two bunk beds.