Buying a bed is a big investment. Something you use every single day without realising the importance of what you are buying and the emotional and physical wellbeing it provides. Now the pressure is on. So what is the best option for buying a kid’s beds nowadays? Take a look at our two most commonly asked questions on our live chat.
Will a high sleeper suit my child?
A high sleeper, as the name suggests, is an elevated bed with a lot of space underneath due to the height the bed is from the ground. The bed is situated at the top of the ladder so it is important to consider if your child will be able to safely negotiate the ladder both up and down, however most children love the idea of sleeping in a high sleeper and can safely negotiate the ladder with ease.
With so much space underneath high beds are often designed with desks, wardrobes, sofa and pull out beds. There’s a lot of versatility with high sleepers which allows you to incorporate a lot of essential furniture without impacting on vital floor space. With so much space underneath high sleeper beds can have anything from desks and wardrobes to sofa and pull out beds as additional features. There’s a lot of versatility with high sleepers which allows you to incorporate a lot of essential furniture and storage solutions without impacting on vital floor space.
Will they grow out of a mid sleeper quickly?
A mid sleeper is typically mid-height between a traditional bed and a high sleeper. It typically has a shorter ladder or built-in steps to access the bed so is an ideal solution for younger children who may not be confident enough to safely use the ladders of a high sleeper. Mid sleepers are a popular solution thanks to their inbuilt storage solutions, pull out desks and play solutions depending on the needs of your child.
Mid-Sleepers provide a lot more space for your little ones to have adventures with their toys on the floor, which is really beneficial if the living space is tight. A mid sleeper gives your kids room to grow which is hugely important as they grow up in the blink of an eye. Buy beds that will last them years even when they are rapidly growing. A mid sleeper can cater for so many needs of a child and can be amended and changed for use as needs are. A craft station can change into a homework spot, under the bed play area into a versatile storage space, you get the idea.
It might be worth considering investing in a mid or high sleeper to ensure that your kid’s bedroom can provide plenty of space. From functional desk spaces to plenty of storage solutions, think about how the bed will serve your kids moving forwards and as they grow up.