Having Fun With Bunk Beds With Slide
Bunk beds with slide – Begin by considering different bunk beds structures that are available on market. Instead of two beds stacked vertically, there are some that have an L shape, with bottom bed extending outward. You can also create an improvised bunk bed using a loft to top layer and a futon or camping mat and sleeping bag for lower floors. Some ceilings are equipped with slides for falling from top bunk rather than a ladder. Make sure there are no attached files or built-in features, such as shelves, large ladders or desks that make access to lower bunk difficult. Top bunk should feature a wrap-around guard rail to stop boy in top bunk from rolling out.
Many children love to camp, be it in a national park or in backyard. A camping theme for boys bedroom can include a bunk beds with slide, decked with a tent-like attachment on side. These half-tents serve as canopies and may feature a screen die or a crawling tube to end. You can put out bunk beds with access on both sides to ensure quick outputs are possible. Expand theme of camping by painting a mural of forest creatures and add papmaché branches to a 3D effect. Other camping tools such as torches, camping chairs, canteens and a fake campfire complete look.
Children often dream about having a backyard tree house, and bunk beds provide ideal setting for a paved wooden house structure. Use frame of upper bunk as a support for a mosquito canopy to give boy on bottom bunk an outdoor adventure. You can interrupt another mosquito over top bunk to double fun. Add wood-like surroundings by filling corner around bed with a wallpaper border that resembles a tree trunk. Use fake ivory and plants for twine yarns between walls and bunk beds with slide. You can paint pictures of leaves on bed frame as well or use bedding printed with leaves. Hang a tree sign announces boys’ bunk bed clubhouse.