April 19, 2012
Need a space-saving bed? Buying a bunk bed will be a good option. But before doing so, you also need to weigh its pros and cons just so you’ll know if you must or mustn’t get one. There just seems to be some quite of an adventure for kids when they have a bunk bed in their room. Obviously, they like it not because of its ability to save space, but because they can use it as a playground for climbing jumping, and other sorts of activities that will amuse them.
Bunk beds are usually made of wood while the rest are composed of steel. Checking the construction standards of the bed is recommended before buying one. Indeed bunk beds are great for small rooms that are being shared. Other types of bunk beds include a pull-out bed, a study table, and a sofa bed. However, there are potential dangers of having bunk beds at home, especially when you have kids around.
A lot of accidents that involve bunk beds have been reported in the past. Such accidents are mostly composed of unwanted falls which lead to injuries that are not limited to cuts, bruises, scrapes, and fractures. Because we want to omit these accidents from happening again, we need to know some preventive tips that would somehow lessen it.
You can also put safety rubber edges to the corners of the bed to help prevent head and leg injuries in case anyone might overlook the bed’s corner while passing by.