It's time to take advantage of every single inch of space in shared kids rooms. In this specific setup, two five shelf bookcases sit perfectly underneath and fill the floor to underbed space.
This modern look is more cost affordable and fits the short end of many Maxtrix style lofts and bunks or arrange it along the backside of the bed as shown here. Use the space at the end of the "L" shaped corner loft for even more storage pieces like dressers (or even a second desk for a sibling!) All Maxtrix case goods are the same width so you can mix and match the perfect amount of study and storage for your kids room. Here's a customer favorite in this younger girl's beautiful room staring the HighRise with different desk and storage components (shown a few different ways).
Depending on your room space and age of your child/tween/teen, opt for straight or angled ladders (customize to either side of the bed). We've ensured even older kids and teens climb safely up to the top beds with safety grooves on each ladder step.
Tall guardrails - which are most effective with low profile mattresses - maximize headroom height and provide an extra safety barrier. Whether you're about to return to school or just getting started in College, the High Rise is a great example of how you can maximize room or dorm space with a unique bed configuration.