When selecting a kids beds IKEA, it can seem like an overwhelming task, with the number of options available. One strategy is to identify and prioritize your needs before going to stores. Measure your space, determine a decoration theme and know your budget. Review the options based on your priorities and get better options you want.
Traditionally, the room of the children is small with limited storage. Children can share a room or invite friends to sleep outside the home. Consider bunks or trundle beds to sleep more than one child without sacrificing floor space permanently. Trunks fit very well under the day beds, which work well to be during daylight hours. Many of the newer bunk models maximize space by rotating the lower bunk perpendicular to the top and that includes desk or cabinet space underneath.
Keep things simple by joining the bed frame to a basic headboard. This saves space and money. Platform beds offer another low-cost option, and storage drawers below could eliminate the need for a separate closet. For younger children, consider purchasing a bed that converts from the crib to the child’s bed to a single and avoid buying separate beds in each stage. It used to be that the covers just bed was produced in themed sets. Now, even the beds take the form of popular cartoon characters or vehicles.