Toddler bed bunk beds – Bunk beds are very practical for a toddler room – especially if you have two toddlers sharing a room. Decorate bunk beds as day and night. Do gables out of thin wood and cut them in half-sun and half-moon shape. Paint and nail them in the head of each bunk. Mal posts of daytime bed sky with some sponge-on clouds, and paint nightly-themed bed dark blue with little yellow stars.
Have a garden theme to your toddler bed bunk beds which are most appropriate for a little girl’s room. Paint beds sky blue or white to a base. You can paint flowers as trim on your bed, or decorate with fake floral garlands, twist them around the edges and rails and having them hang down. Do not let them hang too low over the lower bed, you do not want them can be dangerous.
Castle-themed toddler bed bunk beds will work well in either a boy’s or girl’s room; depending on the colors you paint it. The positions of the bed can be topped with towers that you can easily make out of cardboard tubes and papier-mâché, and you can paint the look of stone down the posts. For a more intricate look, take a small plastic slides and paint it to look like sprawling steps coming out of one or both sides of your castle. Kids on the top bunk can even use it to slide down.