So thats how you deal with the kids but how do your draw up the initial shortlist? The key to this is being practical. You need to buy quality if you want it to last. You also need choose something which they will not grow out of or want to change twelve months down the line. Assuming that you are not buying for twins you will also have to take into account the age differences. I am a big believer in wood. I think that wood stands the test of time well. There is no denying that bunk beds for kids get quite a hammering they are climbed on swung off and generally rather abused; so quality is key.
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