|Frame Material: Wood||Hardware Material: Metal|
|Scratch Resistant: Yes||Configuration: Twin over Full|
|Mattress Height Maximum Top Bed: 6"|
Berg Sierra Twin over Full L-Shaped Bunk Bed with Chest & Stairs
Way overpriced for what you get
Dave in Northern CA from Watsonville, CA– Verified Buyer
Just in case you don't read the rest of this review, bottom line is make sure you know what you're getting before you order this piece. It is way overpriced for what you get.The design is what attracted us to this piece and it is a good design. However, the quality of materials makes this unit overpriced even at one third of what we paid. We are truly dissappointed. The basic workmanship is pretty good if this was priced fairly and they were more open about the quality of materials used. This is priced as if it is qualilty materials and workmanship but is far from that. More like something that would have been made in China and sold at [...].The description does say "Crafted from natural and organic Engineered Wood.." whaich is a clever euphamism for particle board, but looking at and feeling this product you would never guess it was made with anything even remotely associated with wood. It's covevered with an artificial material that is made to look somewhat like wood, but that was even done very pooly. And it does scratch very easily despite what the description says.To top it off, two pieces came in completely smashed. [...]
E the incredible from middleton, wisconsin– Verified Buyer
Staircase handrail attachment with screws through steps did not work sufficiently: We added a bolt (finishing washer) and T-nut at each step which significantly improved stability (and thereby safety). (T-nut on the inside, finishing washer and bolt head on outside. Installation: getting the headboard underneath the bunk bed was difficult: we scratched the top of the headboard (unseen when installed). This was likely a result from the room being carpeted and the tolerances being exact.
Sturdy and functional, but large/heavy
Seattle Mom from Seattle, WA– Verified Buyer
This bed is super sturdy and full of storage. My daughter loves it. Make sure that you have a lot of space, because this bed is large! It comes in large, heavy pieces, and the delivery guy would not carry them up the stairs. It took three guys to get it upstairs, and then three people to assemble it. Not difficult to assemble, just cumbersome. The stairs with drawers are brilliant. We don't need to use a seperate dresser for clothes. Bottom line... great bed, but be prepared with enough space to put it and don't plan on moving it once it's assembled!
Quality piece of furniture
Wendy-O from Somerset, MA– Verified Buyer
This bed is perfect for my daughter who is just starting to have sleepovers with her friends. She feels like she has her own little fort in the top bunk and two of her friends (or sometimes her little brother) can sleep on the lower full bed. I love the amount of storage: the chest, the drawers on the stairs, and the huge drawer under the bed. We have not even filled them all so there is lots of room to grow into.
Mom2Many from Santee, CA
JMJThis bedroom set was purchased to suit the need to house our three grand daughters ages: 6, 4, 3. The two younger sleep on a double bed on the bottom while the 6 year old sleeps safely on the top bunk. We like the steps much better than a ladder which tends to hurt the feet as one grows older. The steps make it easier for older people to access the upper bunk and make it safer for younger ones as well. The drawers on the stairs are actually bigger than one would think. Combine that with the 5 drawers dresser and the extra storage drawer beneath the double bed and we have more drawers than we could fill! The shelves located on both sides of the bed come in handy. We purchased some rubbermaid containers to fit the shelves and the girls keep shoes in one; hats, gloves, tights, socks and other accessories in another. The third is empty! We simply don't have enough stuff to fill the space! The reading light over the double bunk nullifies the need for a night light and is easily accessible and safe for young ones to use. Over all I have to say this is one of the finest purchases we have ever made and we are confident this well-made American product will last till the girls leave home.The only downfall we came across was the set-up. [...] While we haven't found anything unstable about the set, the men who assembled it had leftover parts. Not good. The stairs are not attached to the bed thus they separate every now and then. I'm not sure if they are supposed to be attached or not and don't want to deal with it myself. [...] Quality, quality, quality.
I would buy this product again
Abcfam from Montebello, California
My husband and I recommend this product, we are very satisfied and my kids love it. It has alot of storage,we are happy to find something that we liked
Jackson from Mississippi– Verified Buyer
The person sleeping on the bottom bed has to be careful about bumping his head, and I'm not completly convinced it was assembled correctly. But, we love it, it was just what we wanted it to be!
Exceeded my expectations!
Tre'Von and Henry Ray's Grammy Lady from Orange, CA
I highly recommend this bunk bed. My grandsons and I love it. Stairs are better than the traditional ladder style bunk bed for us, and the additional drawer space is an added bonus!
The office, factory and warehouse facilities, located in NJ, have been family owned and operated since 1984 and began with a customer base in the New York Metropolitan area. Our practical and highly functional styles that easily fit into any lifestyle and offer a unique color and material selection, soon made Berg furniture the talk of the retail world. Consumers quickly embraced our concepts and continual investments were made to increase production capacity to better serve specialty stores.
The Berg Showplace Facility at High Point, North Carolina led the way to distribution all across the United States in 1997. Today they meet customer needs with a wide variety of space saving products and materials, including wood and painted furniture. The Berg goal remains the same as it did in 1984 - to design and manufacture furniture with the greatest flexibility while offering the most moderately priced investment to their quality retailers and their customers.