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Children’s cabin beds come in a variety of stylish options and are ideal utilising limited space and maximising storage space. Room to Grow offers a varied range of best cabin beds with storage options to best suit your preferences.
You may choose a desk cabin bed with a cleverly integrated desk if you want a space for your child to be able to do their homework, or you can opt for a design with various storage space such as shelf, drawers and cupboards to utilise the underneath. There are many designs and colour schemes to fit in, but take a look at our guide to Cabin Beds for more information about the different cabin bedroom ideas.
with your child’s current bedroom design and preferences, from a stylish minimalist look and feel to vibrant, bright coloured beds with underbed dens that will offer endless fun; the choice is yours! You may also wish to find fun mid sleeper beds with additional exciting features and bright designs to help make bedtime fun.
Due to the height of a cabin bed, they are recommended for children over 6. Although models vary slightly, you will find that most designs come with three steps up to the bed which tend to be fairly deep, so that they are safe and practical for children over 6.
There are many practical advantages of buying a Cabin Bed
Extra space underneath can still be used for storage, and 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, all of which offer maximum comfort and are a stylish storage solution, perfect for even the smallest of spaces.
What is a cabin bed?
Classically, a cabin bed is a single bed which is elevated and may or may not have ladders or steps dependant on height.
What age is appropriate for a cabin bed?
The age can differ depending on the height of the cabin bed. The recommended age for a bed over 600mm high is 6+.
What’s the difference between a cabin bed & a loft bed?
The general difference comes from height; loft beds are typically referred to as high beds or highsleepers and are a lot higher and have space underneath for a wider variety of configurations from sofas to desks and wardrobes.