To ensure the safety of loft beds for kids, the surface of the mattress needs to remain slightly lower than the height of the safety rails. For children who enjoy playtime in bed, adding a canopy may also help safeguard against falls from the top of lofted mattresses.
Building a loft bed can create a lot of extra living space for your child, and it’s a room addition your child is sure to love. It is important to note that loft beds are only appropriate for children over the age of five. The area under a loft bed is cozy and private and perfect for reading, studying, playing video games or just hiding out. In this article, we will discuss some easy, inexpensive ways to create loft beds for your kids. Read on to learn more.