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Loft beds are great for getting the most out of small spaces. Thanks to their clever design, kids loft beds free up room underneath the bed.
Read moreMore specifically, you can turn it into a work area with the addition of a children’s desk and a cosy sitting space. Alternatively, you may add a chest of drawers or a wardrobe and thus create additional storage. If you’re looking for flexible space, our children’s loft beds are the answer.
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Alongside a comprehensive loft bed buying guide, Room to Grow offer a wide range of kids loft beds for small spaces, in a variety of designs, colours and finishes. From modern and minimalist designs which look sleek and contemporary to traditional and colourful styles, these beds are perfectly designed to suit any taste.
From cabin beds for younger children to kids high sleeper beds, we guarantee you’ll find the find your perfect children’s bed with Room to Grow today.
What is a loft bed?
Loft beds are beds that are raised high off the floor with a ladder to climb up to sleeping height. They are the tallest of all elevated beds and are great space savers. They are particularly good for older children as they have plenty of space underneath for a desk, sofa bed, wardrobe or storage units.
What age is appropriate for a loft bed?
Safety standards recommend that loft and high beds are suitable for children aged 6 and over.
Are loft beds safe?
Loft beds are structurally safe when constructed and assembled properly and in line with safety guidelines. All loft beds should comply with safety regulations EN747 and as long as safety instructions are followed and children avoid playing at height, they are safe.
What’s are the main advantages of a loft bed?
The main advantage of a loft bed is that they maximise floor space as they provide a large amount of space underneath for storage, desks and sofas. You can also easily utilise the underbed area of a raised bed for sleepovers by adding a bunk bed frame and more kids mattresses.
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