If you have several children share a room, you can choose white bunk beds with stairs. If you are planning a bunk bed for room of your children, consider how you can arrange them to make most effective layout and storage capabilities regardless of size of space.
Instead of traditional white bunk beds with stairs layout with a stacked directly above other, place two bunk beds in an L-shape. Place bottom of bed to stabbing out at a perpendicular, or 90 degree angle to top bed. Use extra space under top bed as a work area by adding a desk or bookcase, a rug, and bean bags or pillows to add to create a reading area. If kids have lots of toys, toy boxes and installing a rubber mat to create a playground. If you only have one child now, setting up bottom bed as a miniature bank to create additional seating in room.
To add storage and an easier way to get top bunk than via a ladder, a set of wide stairs that lead from ground up. Install keeps a drawer underneath side of each riser to toys, clothing, and games. This kind of bunk is best for older kids who are not likely to fall down stairs. You can install drawers behind white bunk beds with stairs to storage your child.