Without a doubt, bunkbeds are the best friends of space-challenged parents. Maybe you are counting the days until you can purchase bunkbeds for your kids. But the little one is still in a crib, so you're out of luck, right? Maybe not.
Look closely at this bunkbed set up. The lower bunk isn't a bed at all. The bed was removed and the baby's crib was slid into its place. The height of the top bunk allows for good clearance and easy access to baby. If you're not handy, think about purchasing a loft bed and place your baby's crib underneath. It's a creative solution for those with babies not old enough to sleep in a regular bed. If you're curious about the rest of this house, take a tour over at House To Home.
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