About Bunk Beds
Children's bunk beds are available in a variety of sizes and styles. We even have triple bunk beds for 3 kids! We hear a lot of kids asking for bunk beds with stairs. Aside from being lots of fun, a kid's bunk bed is also a great way to save space when two children are sharing a room. Some children's bunk beds also integrate a desk and storage. The best part is that most affordable bunk beds can be downsized to a single bed when your child no longer wants a bunk bed in their room. With both boy's and girl's bunk beds available, it is easy to find one that your kids will love. Kid's full-size bunk beds are also available providing more room for your child to stretch out while still saving space. Make the most of the bedroom area you have with affordable bunk beds for kids from Jerome's Furniture. Our children's bunk beds efficiently conserve space in shared bedrooms, which transforms a single room into a bedroom for two. Stop into one of our Southern California showrooms, or browse our selection of bunk beds online. We have many in stock and available for same day delivery.
Jerome's Furniture's affordable bunk beds for kids are not just bed over the bed. Our bunk beds now have storage and study space in addition to freeing up floor space in smaller bedrooms. Jerome's offers an excellent selection of solid wood and aluminum bunk beds.
The Wrangler bunk bed comes in a variety of styles, colors, and configurations. If you want the traditional bunk bed, we have it. But the Wrangler also comes in twin over full or as a kids' loft bed. So many options and choices that your child will be thrilled and look forward to bedtime.
If you're tight on space or you would just instead leave a lot of floor space for other activities, Jerome's offers the triple bunk bed. The triple-decker provides an option to bunking the beds or using them as three individual beds. Two-color options are available as well as same-day delivery.
Start by measuring your space. Along with floor space, determine ceiling height, too. Leave at least two feet of space between the bunk bed and the ceiling to prevent bumps. While bunk bed heights vary, the average bunk is usually between 5 1/2 and 6 feet tall.
Despite the convenience (two beds for the space of one), the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Consumer Product Safety Commission say that children under six years old should never be allowed to sleep on the upper bunk.