What do you call a bunk bed with a desk? A loft bed is an elevated bed similar to a bunk bed, but without the lower beds, freeing floor space for other furniture, such as a desk, which might be built into the loft bed.
What age should you stop using bunk beds? For the bottom bunk, wait until your child has outgrown their toddler bed and is ready to upgrade to a larger children’s bed. This usually happens at around the age of five or six years old. Generally speaking, bunk beds are suitable for kids who are aged between 6-16 years old.
Are bunk beds good for adults? Yes, certain bunk beds are safe for adults.
People come in all shapes and sizes. The bunk beds you choose should be able to accommodate a heavier person as well as all the lighter ones. Look for bunk beds that are designed for 500 pounds. Usually, these are industrial-strength, metal bunk beds.
What age is appropriate for a loft bed? Age & Maturity
We cannot stress the importance of age enough: it is not safe for a child under 6 to have a loft bed. Maturity is critical, too—not all children over 6 are ready to safely use a lofted bed. Your child must be able to understand that the top of a bunk or loft is for sleeping and reading only.