Children's Loft Beds & High Sleepers

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High Sleeper Beds & Loft Beds for Children

Kids like to have their heads firmly stuck in the clouds. Whether it's daydreaming or thinking about that all important school football or hockey tournament, kids are natural born thought-wanderers. So give them plenty of space amongst the clouds in which to dream with a Loft Bed. Also known as High-sleepers, these beds are perfect for those who need a little extra storage, an extra place for friends to stay over, or for those kids who simply love to be up high in the air.

Being somewhat of an expert in unique kids beds we have an incredible range of kids high sleeper loft beds which come in every shape and size imaginable. We have high sleepers perfect for princesses looking for that four poster bed, or that budding astronaut who needs a new rocket. Here at Cuckooland we like to take the practical necessities of life and put a quirky spin on them. That’s why our entire collection of kids beds is designed to appeal to the creative side of your child and bring that wonderful imagination from within.

Of course, we wouldn’t be the number one place for kids beds if we didn't know a thing or two about awesome kids designers. Our collection includes offerings from the widely popular designers at Mathy By Bols, Oliver Furniture, Woood, Vox and Lifetime (to name a few). 

Finding the perfect bed for your little one should be a pleasure not a pain. So browse our collection of unique children's high sleeper beds and come face to face with the most awesome collection of kids bedroom accessories you’re likely to find in any one place.

Top 3 Children's Loft Bed FAQ's

Big dreamers like reaching for the sky. That’s one of the reasons why we’re in love with loft beds, and here at Cuckooland we have a truly stunning array of towering monolithic sleep structures that’ll put a sense of urgency and 'wow' into bedtime. If you haven’t already, read through our kids bed guide.

Some queries may still be lingering, however, so we’ve picked a few that might need answering before you splash out on a high sleeper bed for your child:

  • Are high-sleepers worth it?

  • Quite apart from the amazing visual impact and wow factor a high sleeper purchase can evoke, loft beds are great at freeing up more of your darling’s room for playtime. It might be slightly more difficult to change the bedsheets, but the added benefits for storage and possibilities for slumber time excitement and satisfaction are worth the effort.

  • Will I have the space?

  • Setting up a high sleeper can be a challenge if there’s only a foot or so of wall space between them and the door. But never fear - for kids’ rooms that are limited in this way, Cuckooland has a bounty of items that might help, such as a few elegant choices from Oliver Furniture that aren’t overly bulky. Alternatively, consider a mid-sleeper bed.

  • How safe are loft beds?

  • In short, very safe! Rest easy in the knowledge that every product we stock comes complete with a guard rail or side panels that rise above your snoozing child. There’s no chance of anyone rolling off in the middle of the night in one of our trusty designs. But please note that they are not recommended for babies or toddlers (sometimes we must state the obvious).

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Installing a high sleeper can transform a kids’ bedroom, reigning over the floor, your prince or princess will wake up feeling confident and invincible! It’s unlikely that your ragamuffin will have cause to complain when such a thrill awaits them every night, but in case they do, browse through our solutions to tantrums before bed. No ones' ever blamed us for not covering all our bases! 

It's the little things that contribute to a smooth slumber, and here at Cuckooland, we are all about unique solutions and attention to detail. Why not give our kids bed gurus a call on +44 (0) 1305 231231 or email us and we'll show you why we're the number one online choice for luxury unique kids beds in the UK. 


High Sleeper Bed Guides & Advice

High Sleeper Bed Guide

Perfect single sleepers for children, High Sleeper Beds are raised up a little higher than traditional Bunk Beds, usually with a work or play area underneath with enough head room to keep your child free from early life concussion – they also have plenty of practical storage solutions too. From creative designs for daydreamers to teen-approved beds for older children, we’re here to put the fun into finding a new bed at a great price for your snoozer.

Common High Sleeper & Loft Bed FAQ's:

1. At what age is a high sleeper loft bed suitable?

These are generally suitable for children aged 8 years and older. This age range is typically when children have developed the physical coordination and maturity to safely climb up and down the ladder or stairs to access the elevated sleeping area.

2. How can I maximize space with a high sleeper loft bed?

High sleeper kids beds are designed to maximize space in a child's room by utilizing the area underneath the bed for additional functionalities such as study areas, storage, or play spaces. Consider adding a desk, bookshelves, drawers, or a cozy seating area underneath the bed to make the most of the available space and create a multifunctional room for your child. Have a look at this incredible and adaptable high sleeper loft bed from Cuckooland. 

3. Can high sleeper bed be customized?

Many offer customization options to suit your child's preferences and needs. You can choose from various designs, colors, and additional features such as built-in desks, shelves, or play tents to personalize the bed and create a unique space for your child. Additionally, some manufacturers offer bespoke or made-to-order options for a custom high sleeper kids bed tailored to your specifications. Or you could choose one with all the bells and whistles like this fabulous Loft Bed from Cuckooland. 

4. Are high sleeper loft beds suitable for small bedrooms?

Yes, high sleeper and loft beds are excellent space-saving solutions for small bedrooms. By elevating the sleeping area, they free up valuable floor space underneath for other furniture or activities, making them ideal for maximizing space in compact rooms. However, it's essential to consider the height of the ceiling and ensure there is enough clearance above the bed to comfortably accommodate the elevated sleeping platform.

5. Can siblings share a high sleeper bed?

While they are typically designed for single occupancy, some models may offer options for multiple sleeping areas or high sleeper bunk bed configurations like this one. However, it's essential to consider the safety and comfort of each child when sharing a bed, as well as the weight capacity and structural integrity of the bed frame. Additionally, ensure there is enough space underneath the bed for each child to have their designated area for study, storage, or play.

6. How do I choose the right mattress for a high sleeper loft bed?

When choosing a mattress, consider factors such as comfort, support, and thickness. Opt for a mattress that provides adequate support for your child's growing body and promotes healthy sleep posture. Ensure the mattress fits snugly within the bed frame and leaves enough clearance between the mattress and the ceiling to prevent discomfort or injury. Cuckooland has some wonderful mattress options, have a look at our kids mattress collection here. 

Mid Sleepers vs High Sleepers - What’s the Difference?

Let me introduce you to two raised bed options; the mid sleeper and the high sleeper. Both are a popular choice and fantastic beds for offering up functionality and space saving solutions, the question is, what style of raised bed is best for your child?

5 Main Differences between a Mid and a High Sleeper Loft Bed: 

1. Height of Sleeping Platform:

The primary difference between them is the height of the sleeping platform. A mid is elevated off the ground but not as high as a high sleeper bed. The sleeping platform of a mid typically sits lower, making it easier for younger children to access.

2. Space Underneath the Bed:

Another key difference is the amount of space underneath the bed. In a mid, there is typically enough space underneath for storage drawers, shelves, or a small play area. In contrast, a high sleeper bed offers more vertical clearance, providing ample room for additional functionalities such as a desk, seating area, or larger play space - here is a great example of a High Sleeper with Desk underneath.

3. Age Suitability:

Mids are generally more suitable for younger children, typically starting around the age of 6 years old. They offer a transitional option between a standard size and a high sleeper bed. High sleeper loft beds, on the other hand, are better suited for older children, typically starting around the age of 8 years old, due to their elevated sleeping platform and increased height.

4. Safety Considerations:

Safety considerations also differ between mid and high sleeper beds. Mids typically have lower guardrails surrounding the sleeping area to prevent falls, while high sleeper beds have taller guardrails due to the increased height of the sleeping platform. Additionally, high sleeper beds may require more careful consideration of ceiling height to ensure there is enough clearance above the bed.

5. Functionality and Versatility:

Both beds offer different levels of functionality and versatility. Mids are often more compact and suitable for smaller rooms, providing space-saving solutions while still offering storage or play options underneath. High sleeper beds, with their taller sleeping platform and increased vertical space, offer more flexibility for creating multifunctional bedroom layouts with larger study areas, seating options, or extensive play spaces underneath.

6. Price Difference:

The price is generally the same and should not be a factor when making a decision. It's worthwhile taking a look at all of Cuckoolands Kids Beds before making a decision as there are themes and designs for all bedroom sizes, and all tastes and ages. 

7. Ease of Access:

The ease of access to the sleeping area differs between them. Due to its lower height, a mid may be easier for younger children to climb in and out of independently. In contrast, a high sleeper bed, with its elevated sleeping platform, may require taller guardrails and a sturdier ladder or staircase, making it more suitable for older children who have developed the coordination and strength to navigate the access points safely.

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