This clever bunk bed is designed with plenty of space for mum or dad to sit comfortably on the bottom bunk at story time. Then, when the children are bigger, the bunk bed converts into two single beds. Made with a solid birch frame and pine wood slats, this fabulous bed is painted in a silky soft white finish.
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based on 2 reviews
26 November 2017
Bed is very sturdy and excellent quality. Even better ladder design than the earlier design of 2010 beds, that are still going strong.
07 August 2017
Let's be clear: this is far from a cheap bunk bed. However, it really is decent value for money! It was well packaged, so all the bumps on the cardboard boxes were nothing to worry about. The sheer weight of all the parts tells you that it’s going to be very sturdy.
Compared to other bunk beds we looked at, it just looks more ‘chunky’ and grand. For example, the corner posts are solid squares, rather than simple planks of wood. We really liked the design of the vertical slats on the bed ends and – even more importantly – the top bunk’s guard rails. They look every bit as good in reality as they do online.
The construction is straightforward if you read the instructions before commencing. There are some lovely bits of attention to detail; for example, some of the fixings are secured internally within the bed posts, rather than screwing through and fixing on the outside the bed posts. This means you don’t get so many unsightly hex-screw heads on the outside of the bed frame, which makes it look less kit-like and more streamlined/refined.
We purchased these bunk beds because they’re detachable and can be used as two separate beds when our kids grow up. However, we’re not even using the second bed yet and I chose to construct the top bunk only (rather than the separate single bed with high headboard option) so that we could have a single bed with guard-rails at the lower level. Our little boy is currently only 2 ½ years old and he’s a fidgety front-sleeper, so this stops him falling out of bed during the night.
Yes, it’s double the price of other similar style bunk-beds, but it’s in a different class and it screams quality!