If your kid is happy and healthy, then your kid is probably in their room right now making a mess. That’s what kids do. It can be difficult to get them to clean up, or to clean things up yourself. To avoid stepping on that cursed plastic train for the 10th time, you might want to consider getting your child a cabin bed. It’s in the family of bunk beds but comes with some very great storage features. Drawers at the bottom are common but they’re not exactly comfortable or convenient to use. Cabin beds offer large cabinets under the bed for easy access and use. It may even make your child want to help clean up as he’s likely probably on the floor of his room rolling around his toys. It’s much different for a kid to shove things in a large cabinet rather than in limited drawer space.
Cleaning isn’t easy but it’s something that needs to be done. Marketing convenience to people is pivotal to selling these kinds of beds. They’re likely already people who work on a full-time basis so the idea of any effort can be just too exhausting. It’s really easy for people to pretend that they clean regularly. But there are more cases than we probably care to admit where short of a full-time housekeeper, their house is never going to be as clean as they want it. Large cabinets might just give people a (small) boost to the never ending battle of junk and clutter. Clear space on the floor might make people more likely to want to clean the actual floor and continue on until the rest of their home is done. Selling the health of their kid and themselves is always a great way to go, and while messes will always be difficult to start on, it can be nice to get some help from the furniture in your home, if at all possible.