With this in mind, many schools install dormitory beds that students can rest on while they’re away from their classrooms. In this blog article, we take a look at how these beds can help your students feel more comfortable and happy about the buildings they call home.


Types of dormitory beds

  1. Bunk bed

The structure of the bunk bed is very steady and can hold over 500KG weight.  Sweet dreams start right here in the EVERPRETTY Double Bunk Bed. Whether your goal is creating more space in your child’s or your students’ room, or just more space for sleepovers and story time, this bunk bed will be a perfect fit. Featuring the strength of cold rolling steel sheet, the safety of included inter-lock system and two guard rails

  1. Single bed

A single bed is made in the same structure we used in the bunk bed. Normally, the single bed is suitable for children’s dormitory, staff dormitory, or worker dormitory. For that room, we design this single for easier to let people sleep. The biggest advantage of this single bed is very easy to install with no screw. And when more weight is carried, its structure will be more stable and not fall.

How to choose a suitable dormitory bed for your space

First, think about the size of the bed. Most dorm beds are either 80 or 90 inches wide and 60 or 72 inches long. Make sure that the bed is within these dimensions to fit any furniture in your room.

Next, think about the type of material that the bed will be made out of. There are two main types of materials used for dorm beds: wood and metal. Wood is traditional and has a natural look and feel to it. Metal beds can be more affordable, but they may not last as long as a wood bed. If you plan on using them for many years, go with a wooden bed.


Dormitory beds have become increasingly popular over the past few years, and there are several reasons why they are worth investing in. Not only do they offer more than just a place to sleep; they also can come in handy if you don’t have much space in your room. And last, dormitory beds often tend to be quite affordable. So why not give EVERPRETTY a try?