Integrated Mid Sleeper Beds for sale
Some children’s mid sleeper beds come with an integrated children’s desk, which would provide your children with their own personal study space to complete homework, and others are geared up to maximise storage space; they incorporate drawers and cupboards to utilise the entire underbed space. For more designs that offer integrated storage and in some instances, a desk, take a look at the cabin beds available. In fact, you can discover the benefits of both mid sleeper and high sleeper beds in our resource guide. Find your perfect mid sleeper and high sleeper bed with Room to Grow today. Due to the height of mid sleeper beds, 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.
What is a mid sleeper bed?
Mid sleepers are similar to cabin beds but have a higher frame. They tend to be taller than cabin beds and will have ladders or stairs to the raised sleeping area.
Children can access the raised bed by a ladder or steps. This creates a fun environment to sleep and play. Furthermore, mid sleeper beds may have space under the bed too. It can be used to store clothes, bedding, or toys. A den or hide-away space can also be created for a creative spot to have fun.
As the name suggests, mid sleepers are the ideal option when you require an ‘in between’ size bed for your child - in between a regular single bed and a high sleeper.
Mid sleepers offer the fun and flexibility of a higher than normal bed, but they allow you to feel absolutely certain that your little one is safe and secure. It’s normal to expect a bed with a safety rail round the higher section, to ensure your child doesn’t roll around when they’re sleeping!
What age are mid sleeper beds for?
Mid sleeper beds are appropriate for those aged 6 and over, as recommended by manufacturers due to safety standards.For a fun, yet safe, alternative to a standard single bed, a mid sleeper offers younger children a fun place to sleep.
Are mid sleeper beds safe?
When assembled and constructed properly and according to manufacturer’s guidelines, mid sleeper beds are structurally safe. Safety guidelines should be followed including the maximum mattress depth and children should avoid playing on the bed in case of accidents.
We ensure all of our beds go through stringent tests to ensure they pass the safety guidelines as well as complying with British and European Safety Standards. At Room To Grow, we value the highest safety standards. Our mid sleepers conform to all the legal necessities. First, there must be 16cm from the top of the guard rail to the top of the mattress to avoid your little one rolling out of bed. It’s important that your children are aware not to jump or bounce on their mid sleeper bed. Avoid anything hanging off the high bed and encourage your child to always use the ladder or stairs when climbing up or down their bed too.
What are the main advantages of a mid sleeper bed?Mid sleeper beds can be really fun as well as super practical. They have ample space underneath for storage such as drawers and cupboards as well as room for a pull-out desk or play area. pace becomes a necessity as your child continues to grow. This is one of the key advantages of a mid sleeper. With the area under the bed being used for studying, a desk, or storage from the drawers and cupboard space can fit in easily - this saves vital storage space. In fact, we offer ultimate space-savers, which are built with desk, drawers and hanging clothes space under! If these features are incorporated in a fun way, your child is more likely to use their personal space for studying and entertaining their friends. Secondly, your child can be more likely to sleep well in a bed that they enjoy and find comfortable. As sleep is vital for growth, health and development, choosing the right bed is so important. A mid sleeper bed provides your child with somewhere to be comfortable and enjoy spending time. At Room To Grow, our beds are quality and robust, so they have everything needed to support your little one's growth.These versatile beds can really benefit your child’s room, with minimal effort on your part!
What size is a mid sleeper bed?
The size of a mid sleeper bed frame varies, a mid sleeper or cabin bed is a raised bed that is usally 1100 to 1320mm high ; however, the size of the mattress is the same size as a single 90x190cm for a standard UK mattress or 90x200cm for a European standard mattress. Our kids mid sleeper beds can hold plenty of storage and are a great space saving solution to suit a selection of kids. A mid sleeper can ofer sleep, storage and study solutions and are ideal for small bedrooms where space is limited. Above all they are perfect for a good night’s sleep.
How much weight can a mid sleeper take?
All of our beds are weight tested to 80kg but some take up to 100kg.