Free Shipping on Orders Over $50
Solutions for Every Space, Style & Budget
Temporary Price Drop
$648.87 - $1,428.00 -
List Price: $1,107.00 - $1,509.00
Was: - (Save )
Ends: Today at ET!
You save 44%
Free Shipping with Economy Service

Select options for details
Oversized Item Fee
     Clear Selection
{{{true:'No image available for this option.', false:'Hover an option to enlarge.'}[largeSwatch.src === 0]}}
{{valueName}}
{{valuePrice}}
{{valueName}}

This option is not available with your selected options.

     Clear Selection
{{{true:'No image available for this option.', false:'Hover an option to enlarge.'}[largeSwatch.src === 0]}}
{{valueName}}
{{valuePrice}}
{{valueName}}

This option is not available with your selected options.

Favorite
Registry
HN-ATF738 Atlantic Furniture

Atlantic Furniture Columbia Twin over Twin Bunk Bed

Item # HN-ATF738
Roll over to zoom
Click for full screen
  • Atlantic Furniture Columbia Twin over Twin Bunk Bed
  • Atlantic Furniture Columbia Twin over Twin Bunk Bed
  • Atlantic Furniture Columbia Twin over Twin Bunk Bed
  • Atlantic Furniture Columbia Twin over Twin Bunk Bed
  • Atlantic Furniture Columbia Twin over Twin Bunk Bed
Atlantic Furniture Columbia Twin over Twin Bunk Bed

Dimensions & Specifications

Assembly
Assembly Required
Bed Finish
Maple, Walnut, White, Other Finishes
Bed Material
Wood
Bed Size
Twin Over Twin
Brand
Atlantic Furniture
Dimensions
80.5L x 44.25W x 68H in.
Feature
Storage Drawers, Trundle
Gender
Girls Beds, Boys Beds
International Shipping
Canada
Style
Mission
Trundle Dimensions
74.75L x 40.38W x 11.63H in.
Warranty
1 Year Manufacturer Warranty
Weight Capacity
400 lbs. (Bottom Bunk), 400 lbs. (Top Bunk)
Wood Type
Solid Eco-Friendly Hardwood

Product Guarantee

Return & Exchange Policy

  • Optional drawers and trundle
  • Bunk bed can be separated into 2 individual beds
  • Top Bunk Weight Capacity -400 lbs
  • Bottom Bunk Weight Capacity - 400 lbs
  • Mattress on top bunk should not exceed 9 1/2 inches deep
Images
Full Description
Specifications
Delivery Options
About This Brand
Guarantee & Returns
Customer Reviews

REVIEW SNAPSHOT®

by PowerReviews
Atlantic Furniture Columbia Twin over Twin Bunk Bed
 
3.0

(based on 2 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (1)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (0)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (0)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (0)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (1)

Reviewed by 2 customers

Displaying reviews 1-2

Back to top

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Quality Difference is Worth the Cost

By Faysquared

from NY

About Me Midrange Shopper

Verified Reviewer

Pros

  • Attractive Design
  • Comfortable
  • Durable
  • Good Support

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Kids Room

    Comments about Atlantic Furniture Columbia Twin over Twin Bunk Bed:

    We needed efficient but *safe and sturdy* sleeping for 5 grandkids in a small bedroom in our vacation home. We purchased 2 sets, one with drawers and one with the trundle. We looked at plenty of other less costly options, but the smooth wood, solid construction and well-drilled holes were obviously at a higher level. There was not one missing screw or wood piece. It's hard to tell from photos, but the edges of all the trim pieces are slightly rounded and smooth, so when kids do bump into an edge, it's much less likely to harm them. There is good head space between the upper and lower beds, and despite the sturdiness, they are not overly massive - an important feature since we needed two sets. The ladder is compact and we chose it purposely so it doesn't impact the floor space. The straight vertical climb is not easy for some kids to do, but the configuration was worth that slight down side to us. Bunk beds can be a tricky purchase because safety is so important. I recommend these highly, although they do cost more than many other options. We purchased the natural finish and it's great.

    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    1.0

    Falling apart

    By Unhappy customer

    from New York

    About Me Midrange Shopper

    Pros

    • Attractive Design

    Cons

    • Falling Apart In No Time
    • Poor Quality

    Best Uses

    • Kids Room

    Comments about Atlantic Furniture Columbia Twin over Twin Bunk Bed:

    What is this bed made of? My bed started falling apart one week after I bought it. One slat of the upper bed broke after a few days of use. And my 7 years old girl was all but heavy! Then cracks started appearing all over. After one year the guard rail broke on one side and fell down. I called Hayneedle but they told me I needed to buy not one rail but two rails because they come together. They would not replace at their expenses the part even if the bed was abviously not made well (the gurad rail is attached in a way that places too much weight on only one point and it is made of soft wood)! Yesterday night the rail (that I had fixed with duct tape) fell over my daughter who was under it. She could have easily ended up at the hospital had the rail hit her head instead than her foot. So today I called Hayneedele to buy the piece and they asked me 231 dollars to replace the guard rails (both of them). How unfair! There are pieces of furniture that last hundred of years and here after 1 year a bed is "old" and nobody is accountable for it. Did in the past use to grow better wood or better men? Men that used to take pride in their work. Our ancestors are ashamed of their children and the way they work. A piece of furniture with this price that last for 2 seasons. They wouldn't have believed it.

    Displaying reviews 1-2

    Back to top

    Earn up to $3 in
    My Reward points

    when you join
    My Hayneedle Rewards


    Write a review
    200 pts = $2
    for each review
    or
    300 pts = $3
    for reviews including an
    image or video
    Learn More

    Customer Q & A

    Be the first to ask a question about this product.

    Enter your question, and one of our Customer Care experts will respond via email and also post the answer here.

    Ask a Question
    Email Address
    Your Question
    Please Enter
    Your Question
    Sponsored Links