Loft Beds with Desks for Bedrooms, Dorms and Apartments
High lofts are preferred by high school and college students as they sit high enough off the ground, which is great for two reasons. One, students feel like their sleeping quarters in a shared room is more private with the bed elevated, and, two, there is a lot of space underneath the bed for studying and storing personal items.
Our high loft and ultra high loft study beds are very popular for this reason. The bed sizes range from Twin and Full to Twin XL, Full XL and Queen. Add a long desk underneath for the best study/sleep combination or use the space for standalone bookcases, dressers, nightstands or smaller desks.
Bunk Beds & Corner Beds for Shared Spaces
Trying to fit multiple teens in one space? You can't go wrong with bunk beds - especially larger sizes now available in XL & Queen for longer legs and arms. Need two different sizes? Try a Twin XL over Queen Bunk Bed, which is popular with tweens, teens and even adults!
And, don't forget about another shared bedroom option. Corner bunk beds provide sleeping quarters for more than one child AND you have dedicated space for study or relaxation.
Single Beds for High School Bedrooms, College & DormLucky enough to get a private dorm room or off-campus apartment? Still at home for high school? Then sharing and privacy are not quite a concern, so we recommend a single bed with low panel footboards. Try a few different headboard styles out - curved, panel or slat - in your favorite finish - white, chestnut or natural - and create the perfect single bed look!
College Furniture for Students
If opting for a single bed (or bunk bed), maximize the configuration by adding under-bed storage or pullout trundle beds for friends.
And, stand alone desks are always nice! We have the perfect selection for older high school and college students with deep drawers that will hold the massive text books!
Study Tips for Teens
Create a quiet space free from distraction- A dedicated work space helps keep students focused and centered. Quiet doesn't have to mean silent. Some children work better with music playing while they study and do homework. Especially if they are in a particularly loud setting from other siblings or outside noises. Creating a space just for your child to focus on their work promotes consistency and builds good habits.
Organization- As children grow so does their workload in school. Give them the space to store all the supplies they need to be successful. Adding a hutch to a desk or a bookcase can help keep all your study materials within reach. Or, a long desk that has extra storage space for notepads, books and drawing utensils.
Keep it personal and unique- Accessorize! Decorate and encourage your child to personalize their space. Creating a positive study environment is just as important as keeping it clean and organized. Hang good grades on the wall as reminders of how awesome your child did on that math test. Inspirational quotes are fun, and easy to find and print from Pinterest.