We also have the Ikea Kura bed for our 3 and 6-year-old daughters. They love it and we love the low height of the top bunk -- perfect for chatting with our big girl at bedtime and kissing her goodnight. The lower bunk being on the floor meant we could move our little one into it when she was 2 without fear of her falling out. For story time, we all crowd into the bottom bunk or sit in the playroom. (We have 2 kids' bedrooms but opted to have the girls share both -- 1 room for sleeping and the other for playing. The bunkbed means the smaller room can be their bedroom and the larger room can be all about playing. Works nicely -- the girls love sleeping in the same room and have plenty of room to play inside on bad weather days.) The little one likes to play on the top bunk with her sister but has never asked to switch for sleeping. They're accustomed to their assigned bunks and prefer to stay put.
Are Bunkbeds Worth It?
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This is about the red metal (I think?) bed in the second image. It's great! Anybody know what it is/where you can get it?
Alternative Headboards: Painted Backdrops & Wall Decals
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