This one, above, is a simple single bed. Known as 'Tenpin's bed', it was my daughter's when she was small.
This one is known as 'Cathy's bed', after a friend who was the first to sleep in it (since our ownership).
And this one is simply a small child's bed. Now, sadly, almost too small for any of our grandsons. It is missing the fancy central arm which originally held-up a mosquito net. I'm still looking for a replacement.
These very basic, but quite elegant, French peasant beds used to be found on rubbish tips everywhere. Nowadays they are sold for high prices at antique fairs.
Moral: never throw anything out!