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  • National Bed Month - 8 Beds we Love!

    March is National Bed Month, which is the ideal excuse to think about investing in a new sleep space for your children. With so much choice on offer, where should you start you search?

    To help you out, we have compiled this round-up of eight of our favourite beds, from bunk beds with desk underneath to those that come complete with their own slides. Hopefully you will spot one that is just perfect for putting a spring in your children’s step this month and, if not, it should offer you plenty of inspiration to get your bed search well under way.

    Steens Memphis Midsleeper Bed

    Steens Memphis UK Midsleeper Bed + Mattress


    The smooth white design makes this Steens Memphis bed really versatile and its space-saving features mean it is a great option for a whole host of different-sized rooms.

    The solid construction makes it perfect for even the most-active of children, while the addition of extra features such as a play tent ensures imagination and play does not need to be ignored in favour of promoting great-quality sleep.


    Parisot Tam Tam Bunk Bed

    Parisot Tam Tam Bunk Bed

    The Parisot Tam Tam bunk bed, available in white, gloss black or beech finish, offers plenty of space-saving storage without compromising on style or design. Featuring plenty of modern shelving and the potential to add an underbed drawer, this is the ideal bed for smaller rooms or simply for children who can never have enough space to house all their things.


    Steens for Kids High Sleeper with Pedestal Desk and Low Bookcase

    Steens for Kids High Sleeper with Pedestal Desk and Low Bookcase

    What do you get for children who have everything? Bunk beds with plenty of added features and storage, of course.

    The Steens for Kids High Sleeper can create a whole bedroom in one compact unit. There is also the option to add on a bumper bundle of additional features, ranging from bed tidies to bookcases and wardrobes.

    The bunk beds with desk underneath and lots of optional storage mean that children are well taken care of during both waking and sleeping hours, while parents can appreciate a perfectly-proportioned, modern and stylish design.


    Julian Bowen Domino White Bunk Bed

    Julian Bowen Domino White Bunk Bed

    If you are looking for a stylish but robust bunk bed that does not compromise on style or comfort, then you can’t go wrong with this Julian Bowen Domino bed.

    Clever integrated storage and a thoroughly modern design will impress parents, but it will probably be the glow-in-the-dark green striped steps that the kids love the most.


    Steens for Kids Midsleeper Bed with Slide in Whitewash

    Steens for Kids Midsleeper Bed with Slide in Whitewash

    Why stumble out of bed in the morning when you can slide right into your day? The fun design of the Steens for Kids Midsleeper Bed will be an instant hit with youngsters and can be made even better with the addition of features such as a play tunnel or tent, available in a variety of designs.


    Stompa Casa 4 High Sleeper Bed

    Stompa Casa 4 High Sleeper Bed

    A great children’s bed with a distinctly grown-up feel, the Stompa Casa 4 High Sleeper is a great combination of practicality and style.

    The pull-out sofa bed is perfect for when the kids have their friends over to stay, while the desk space and optional shelving takes care of everyday storage needs.


    Julian Bowen Wendy Blue Mid Sleeper Cabin Bed with Tent, Mattress and Chair

    Julian Bowen Wendy Blue Mid Sleeper Cabin Bed with Tent, Mattress and Chair

    There is no need to spend ages looking for the essential accessories for your child’s bed when you choose this great package from Julian Bowen, which comes complete with a tent, chair and mattress.

    There is a desk for work time, a tent for playtime and a super-comfy sleeping space for when it is time to take a break. What more could your youngsters need?


    Julian Bowen Stella Low-Sleeper Bed in Blue

    Julian Bowen Stella Low-Sleeper Bed in Blue

    When it comes to low sleepers, the Julian Bowen Stella is first class as a result of its stylish finish and practical design. Featuring no less than two underbed drawers and plenty of useful shelving, it is the ideal choice for boys who like having their prized possessions close at hand.

  • 7 Safety Tips for Children’s Bunk Beds

    children's bunk beds

    What child doesn't love a bunk bed? Children’s bunk beds are the perfect space saving solution if your children have to share a room, or even for those who like to have sleepovers with their friends. Besides the obvious sleeping purpose, kids love to play and study on them and they are also great for storage. We all know kids can get carried away when they're having fun, so here are some precautions to ensure they enjoy a safe play.


    Children's Bunk Beds Safety Tips


    1. Ensure the bunk bed is situated in a corner of the room so that it is protected by a wall, preventing children from falling out of it. A bunk bed will need two walls for support.


    2. Bunk bed ladders can cause a danger to young children, especially if the room is dark. So set up a nightlight by the ladder on the staircase for during the night in case your child needs to get down. This will prevent them hurting themselves.


    3. Bits of toys and books on the floor will cause a tripping hazard and will also hurt your child's feet if accidentally landed on, so make sure the area around the bunk bed is clear in case of any falls or mishaps.


    4. It is imperative that no leads, wires, cords or anything long are tied around the top of the bunk bed. This includes wires from devices such as consoles and tablets. A child can quickly become entangled in these.


    5. It is dangerous for more than one child to be up on the top bunk at the same time. Bunk beds were only designed for one child on the top bunk so do not let more than one child up there. It is also advised that children aged under six should not sleep on the top bunk.


    6. Teach your child that it is dangerous to jump from the top bunk to the floor. Children may well build confidence once they have had their bunk bed for a while and try to jump from the top, but it is not safe. Instead, teach them to use the ladders provided.


    7. Explain to your children that it's not safe to play under the bunk bed unless it has been made this way by manufacturers.

    Do you have any safety tips to share with us?

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