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Read more your child can enjoy the delights of a cabin bed. With plenty of space underneath, you can create a den and add a fun tent. This way, you allow your child’s imagination to run wild. For older children, you can create a cosy place to read with pull-out children’s desks. Add furniture such as a chest of drawers and a bookcase to keep the room tidy. It is the perfect space to store the copious amount of toys and possessions that collect in any child’s room! Our cabin beds buying guide has all the information you need when finding the perfect cabin bed.
Kids cabin beds have a lot of extra space underneath that can still be used for storage. By choosing a den, you can cleverly keep the storage hidden away! Alternatively, if you are looking to incorporate furniture you already own, there are plenty of cabin beds for kids with free space underneath too.
Ideal for over 6’s, cabin beds come in a variety of heights depending on your personal preference and storage needs. They all offer maximum comfort and are a stylish storage solution, perfect for even the smallest of spaces.
From bunk beds to loft beds to match any child’s bedroom, we guarantee you’ll find the perfect bed for your child with Room to Grow today.
A cabin bed is an elevated bed that leaves room for storage space underneath. The space can be used for a variety of applications such as desks, drawers or extra room to play. Cabin beds can come in many different forms; usually as a mid sleeper bed but can also come as a captain’s bed or a house bed.
For the most part, cabin beds are suitable for all ages, from a young child to a teenager, however the recommended age for a kid’s cabin bed over 600mm high is 6+. The cabin beds from Room to Grow come in a variety of kid-friendly designs and themes so opting for a design for children is simple, also coming in many practical and stylish designers for teenagers.
The difference between a cabin bed and a loft bed is the height; loft beds are typically referred to as high beds or high sleepers and are a lot higher and have more space underneath for a wider variety of configurations from sofas to desks and wardrobes. Cabin beds are typically renowned for being mid sleeper beds with a smaller height with less room underneath, cabin bed space is typically used more for storage.
Cabin bed mattresses tend to come in either a small single, a small or a small double bed size. The sizes are as such:
Before buying a cabin bed mattress, make sure you have the correct sizing for your cabin bed as some can be different from others.
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