Boys Bunk Beds – The loft bed of ancient Egypt may have been the precursor of modern boys bunk beds today, or may have been invented in the 15th century by a wealthy aristocrat who had his dream servant in a trundle bed under his bed I chariot drawn by horses when they were stopped for the night. A fact that is certain is that bunk beds are made to create more areas for sleeping in a small space, such as a child’s room.
If you have decided to use bunk beds for children, there are many unique models to choose from. Younger children can appreciate boys bunk beds set with a western theme. Retailers sell bunk shaped cuts badge-sheriff and other decorative wheels and beds made to look like a covered wagon wood. Promote interest in the subject of reading with their children about how the west was settled.
Pirate themed boys bunk beds may be just what your little pirates are after. Try a whole as pirate ship with a tall ladder to get into the top bunk. Treasure map sheets and duvets add to the look. Include a treasure box for storing toys and a rustic wooden dresser to complete the theme.