A litter of wood is a type of wood bunk beds; two beds are made and placed one above the other. When two beds are stacked in this manner, a bunk bed is formed. These types of beds are used in places where space is limited on the floor. They allow people to sleep in beds in the same room while using minimal space in the room. They are generally used in places with limited space, such as military garrisons, school dormitories, prison cells and student hostel. This type of wood bunk beds has four poles and poles are one in each corner of the bed.
A ladder is used to reach the second, although some creative children find other ways to get to the top bunk without using the stairs. Railings are usually installed in all upper bunk beds and act as collateral to secure the person sleeping in the top bunk is falling out of bed upstairs during sleep. There are many types of wood bunk beds. The standard size is the most common type has two same size mattresses stacked with one directly above the other. The other type is double over double bed, which is provided as standard.