L Shaped Bunk Beds guide

L Shaped Bunk Beds

Bunk beds are used in spaces the need to be maximized for functionality and L shaped bunk beds maximize more space than any other kind of bunk bed. It’s called an L shaped bunk bed because it forms a letter “L” when viewed from the top. L shaped bunk beds have a bottom bed that is positioned perpendicular to a top bed.

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The sides of L shaped bunk beds are usually turned into storage areas, study desks, or even dresser tables to maximize space. Bunk beds are typical in households with children. Parents choose bunk beds for their children to maximize the space of their room. Plus, children will have so much fun with an L shaped bed because they can put their toys within close range. It practically serves as a mini playhouse for them.

The first factor to consider when purchasing an L shaped bunk bed is the sturdiness of the material. Children are bouncy by nature and even if you tell them countless times to stop jumping on their beds, they will commit a slip once in a while. That’s why you have to pick L shaped bunk beds made of the sturdiest materials. Sturdiness and durability are very important in keeping up with children’s endless energy.

For those interested in getting this type of bed, there are two main choices for materials: wood and metal. Both materials are durable and sturdy in their own right. Wood remains to be a very popular choice for bunk beds with Maple, Cherry, Oak, Walnut, Rubberwood, and Pine being top choices for L shaped bunk beds. Wood has a classic look and can easily be repainted if one wishes, which is one of the reasons it is popular. However, most wooden beds are heavy, which makes them difficult to move. Even though it’s not good in terms of mobility, it’s definitely good in terms of its sturdiness. Other problems associated with wood include denting and rotting. Wood, if not treated, easily succumbs to natural external conditions.

L shaped bunk beds made of metal are recent additions to the bunk bed market. Like wood, there are different metal varieties used for beds like brass, chrome, cast iron, steel, stainless steel, and wrought iron. Metal tends to have a more austere look than wood and it’s easier to assemble, cheaper, and nowadays, it tends to be lighter. While its low maintenance and sturdy, it is susceptible to chipping, rust, and scratching. Plus, there are many bunk beds that are made of low-quality metal.

The key to choosing the material, whether wood or metal, is to evaluate the manufacturer. Any material will do, as long as it is manufactured properly. For example, wood has to be treated well to lengthen its life. In the case of metal, it is normally possible to bend them for shaping. But it must not be malleable to the point of compromising its sturdiness.

After you’re done choosing your material, proceed to the layout of the bed. L shaped bunk beds are created for multi-purpose use. Ideally, they should be used for sleeping, storage, and study. There should be ample space for a safe staircase. For the study area, there should be a space for at least one cord to pass through for a study light. The bed that’s perpendicular to the bunk bed should not be too big. There should be some space left for walking and perhaps, a mini side table with a small lamp.

Parents look forward to the many storage areas of an L shaped bunk bed. They should be arranged in such a way that they can be opened and closed properly. Whatever design you choose, make sure that that multi-purpose features don’t interfere with mobility.

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L Shaped Bunk Beds guide

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