Bunk bed with queen size bottom. If you live in a college dorm, you know that saving space is a major concern. You’re going to need space for your books, a desk, and of course, room for your friends for all those ‘Animal House’ parties you plan to throw. Then you have the sleeping arrangements. That queen size bed takes up a lot of space, and on top of that, you have that roommate who likes to sleep in the nude. Definitely not a situation you want to be stuck with over the semesters. What are you to do? Well the answer may be simple. A Bunk Bed!
What if you don’t have roommates, but still have very little floor space? Consider a loft bed. These seem like typical bunk beds, although the bottom area is open and commonly used as a workstation for writing that A+ report (on why bunk beds are awesome).
Bunk bed with queen size bottom. Finally, just for your benefit, I thought I’d let you in on other options available to you. First off, the futon. These ingenious contraptions are equipped with a bottom bunk that can fold from a full-sized mattress to a couch. Second, a twin-over-full bunk bed fits a full-sized mattress at the bottom bunk and a twin-sized mattress on the upper bunk. Finally, for those who actually live in a large enough dorm room but still have that roommate who likes to sleep naked, a queen sized bunk bed may be what you want.
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