Spring Break is just around the corner and if you have kids, that means lots of requests for sleepovers. Every kid knows that if they ask the same question nine times in a row, their parents will give up and say yes just to get a little peace and quiet.  With that in mind, it may be a good time to consider new sleeping options for your kids’ rooms.

Bunk Beds


Bunk beds, the old classic from our youth, remain a popular kid’s room choice because of their small footprint. Some can be used either stacked or separately to suit your needs. Plus, half the fun of bunk beds is deciding who gets the top bunk!

Day Beds


Day beds work well when paired with a bed because they pose as a seating area some of the time and only reveal their alter-egos as beds when the need arises.

Trundle Beds


Trundle beds are a great solution since the trundle box can hold either a mattress or serve as storage when not in use. Trundles also work well for your very young guests because it keeps them close to the floor. Their look is so neat and tidy when tucked under the bed, you’ll find lots of things to tuck away inside.

Hope our tips help you survive your next slumber party. Our best advice: wear earplugs!