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3rd baby on the way, 1 small kids bedroom

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OB30 Fri 26-Apr-19 20:41:10

Help! How am i going to fit 3 kids in one room, ive thought of bunkbeds but my oldest is only just 3 will be 3 and a half when baby is here 4 when baby will join them in thier room. Problem is recommendation is for children over 6 for bunkbeds.
Any ideas ive not thought of would be great!

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MsMamaNature Fri 26-Apr-19 22:13:35

Hi, you haven't given any room dimensions but I would go with either extendable beds, eg
or a single bed with a trundle bed under it (assuming the youngest will be in a cot or in your room for a while), eg

Further down the line, when they are all older you can actually get triple bunks if you are still stuck for space.

OB30 Fri 26-Apr-19 22:14:22

Thank u!

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AnemoneAnenome Sat 27-Apr-19 21:08:39

You could also consider an IKEA Kura bed or a midsleeper for your older 2, with the younger one on a thinnish mattress on the floor underneath. Ideally you'd want the mattress on something for ventilation, maybe look at a futon base. Note that IKEA beds and some more expensive bunks/midsleepers tend to be european sizes which are a bit longer than UK ones.

I think the single bed with trundle could work well.

Alternatively a standard double bed is only 1.5ft wider than a single, so squeezing the adults into a small bedroom might be surprisingly achievable.

YouJustDoYou Sat 27-Apr-19 21:10:21

We did two kids in the spare too and one in ours in their own bed. My friend had a smaller house growing up and him and his three brothers all bunk bedded in one small room. It can work - it's just cramped, obviously.

PlanBea Mon 29-Apr-19 18:46:38

What's the possibility of getting the adults in there and the kids in the main bedroom?

OB30 Tue 30-Apr-19 19:43:40

Its a posability but would be a huge move around! Redecorate etc but definitely something to consider

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