The main disadvantages of wooden bunk beds are size and bulk. Wood is much thicker than the metal tubing used on beds and, as such, takes up a lot of space and is very heavy. As a result, moving a wooden bunk bed is an ordeal and not something you want to do very often. Likewise, shipping these beds is fairly expensive, although if you buy online and out-of-state, you will save money on sales tax.
Wooden bunk beds are often quite elegant. Many have shelves, drawers and/or desks built right into them, and can be finished in a variety of wood stains. The beds can make a bedroom more appealing to children, who can draw on them, put stickers and hang posters on them, depending upon the desires of their parents.
When selecting a bunk bed, there are many wooden options available to fit the needs of your children and your own stylistic demands. Owning such a bed can prove to be a welcome addition to your home.
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