Included coordinating ladder will provide easy access to
the top bunk Modern style Silver finish 2 Twin Bunk Mattresses max 9 inch thick (sold separately) Dark silver metal frame is enhanced by unique wave like curves on the surrounding side ...
Easily and safely separates into two individual Twin
beds Conforms to the latest consumer product safety standards Does not include mattresses or bedding Each bunk will hold up to 250 lbs Maximum recommended upper mattress thickness of 6'' Solid hardwood ...
Futon Bunk: This bunk bed
features a loft design with a
futon where the traditional
lower bunk would be found
Low Loft: This loft bed is
usually designed for younger
children, as it is not as high
off the ground as a standard
Triple: This type of bunk
consists of three bunk beds
instead of two
Standard: The standard bunk bed
is two twin beds stack on top of
Loft: The standard bunk bed is
two twin beds stack on top of
L-Shaped Bunk Beds: An L-Shaped
bunk is a typical twin lofted,
with another bed below
protruding out at a 90 degree
Beyond the classic bunk beds, there are many new styles now available. This guide introduces you to the different kinds of bunk beds and loft beds that allow for much more than space-saving and sleeping for two.
Standard bunk beds now come in multiple sizes, including twin over full and full over full. Loft beds can be useful for one or two and allow for not just sleeping space but desk and storage space as well, perfect for a compact room. If you need seating, a futon bed can be transformed to a sofa. And if you're looking to sleep three, look no further than a trundle. With optional stairs and a variety of décor styles, you're sure to find the perfect bed for your kids.