The concept of a highsleeper bed is to raise the height of the sleeping area higher than a midsleeper bed does. This means that you open up the floor space underneath the bed and with the higher sleeping area you also gain a lot more space underneath the bed than a midsleeper offers.
Aimed at older children and teenagers alike, highsleeper beds are available as stand alone bed frames or as packages. Highsleeper beds offer the most in practicality and functionality and whilst many packages incorporate storage in the forms of drawers, cupboards and even wardrobes, desks offer a place to study and pull out sofa beds offer a place to relax and for guests to sleep, yet a stand alone highsleeper frame lets you decide what to do with the extra floor space.
So if you’re looking for a new bed for your child’s bedroom, and you need something both practical and functional then why not consider a children’s highsleeper bed?