What's So Brilliant About Our Kids' Cabin Beds
What is a Cabin Bed?
A Cabin Bed is designed to maximise floor space and offers a whole host of storage options. With a slightly raised bed, a Cabin Bed hosts an array of drawers, cupboards and shelving underneath the bed base to neatly store a wide array of childhood paraphernalia. Without a tricky ladder to traverse, this bed is best suited to those who don’t want to worry about their little one climbing up and down in the dark if they’re prone to late-night adventures. Or for older kids who wouldn't be seen dead with a raised bed but still struggle with making the most of a smaller bedroom.
With over 20 years of experience in furniture design and craftsmanship, we ensure that every design is fit for purpose. Once we reach the final stages, we put our furniture prototypes through their paces during several rigorous safety tests so you can know that all our products are 100% secure.
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What Age Is Best Suited to a Kid’s Cabin Bed?
Due to being slightly raised, we still recommend Cabin Beds are used by children aged six and over who can safely get themselves in and out of bed.
Great news, though! We have no upper age limit on any of our beds. Our single beds are full, UK standard sizes, making sourcing bedding a cinch. It also means they can accommodate growing, leggy teens (they always seem to shoot up before you know it!) and can even one day be comfortably resigned to guest bed use in the spare room.
Benefits of a Cabin Bed
A cabin bed is designed to maximise floor space and offers numerous storage options. Cabin beds provide multiple benefits, including:
- Saving space: Cabin beds are raised off the ground, freeing up space underneath the bed for storage or other activities. This is particularly advantageous for small bedrooms.
- Providing storage: Many cabin beds have built-in storage such as drawers, shelves, and cupboards. This can help keep your child's bedroom tidy and organised.
- Creating a fun and imaginative play space: Cabin beds create an exciting and imaginative play area for children. For instance, you can add a chair under the bed to create a cosy reading nook or a desk to create a study area.
- Encouraging independence: Cabin beds provide children with their own space to sleep and play, which can help them become more independent. This can be especially beneficial for older children who crave more privacy.
What Mattress Is Recommended for a Cabin Bed?
We have a carefully curated selection of Single Mattresses, all of which are perfectly suited to our Cabin Beds. Our only advice we have to parents of younger children would be to consider the additional height the depth of a mattress will add to the overall height of the bed, and your child’s ability to safely get in and out.All of our mattresses will state the depth measurement.
When it comes to choosing the best mattress for your little ones bed, choosing something that is both suitable for their age now, and will last them years to come is important! For younger children or those looking for something at an entry level price point, we recommend browsing our open coil mattresses. For those looking for something a little more luxurious, our pocket sprung mattresses are the direction we’d point you in.