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Woodland Twin over Twin Staircase Bunk Bed

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Product Overview
  • Solid hardwood construction
  • Your choice of available finish options
  • 4-cubby staircase may be set up at either end
  • Weight Capacity: 400 lbs. for top bunk, 400 lbs. for bottom
  • Max mattress height for top bunk: 6 in.
Specifications
Assembly
Assembly Required
Bed Finish
Walnut
White
Bed Material
Wood
Delivery
The Woodland Collection
Overview
  • Solid hardwood construction
  • Your choice of available finish options
  • 4-cubby staircase may be set up at either end
  • Weight Capacity: 400 lbs. for top bunk, 400 lbs. for bottom
  • Max mattress height for top bunk: 6 in.
  • Your choice of available sizes
What's Included
Bunk bed, Stairs, 2 flat panel bed drawers (optional), 2 raised panel bed drawers (optional), 2 urban lifestyle bed drawers (optional), Twin raised panel trundle bed (optional), Twin urban lifestyle trundle bed (optional)
What's Not Included
Mattress, Linens
Description

A timeless craftsman design and smart storage staircase make the Woodland Twin over Twin Staircase Bunk Bed just right for any kid's bedroom. This bunk bed has the classic twin over twin design. It's well-constructed of strong hardwoods and includes a 14-piece slat kit. The storage staircase includes four open cubbies in graduated size. It may be set up at either end of the bunk bed. Customized this twin over twin bunk bed by adding on any of the optional storage or trundle bed pieces. All have the same sturdy construction and come in matching finish options.


Bed Dimensions:

  • 93.125L x 42.5W x 66H inches
  • 93.125L x 56.625W x 66H inches

 

Proposition 65 WARNING(S) - For more information go to www.p65warnings.ca.gov
This product can expose you to chemicals including Wood dust, which is known to the State of California to cause: cancer.
About Atlantic Furniture
Atlantic Furniture

Founded in 1983 as Watercraft, Inc., Atlantic Furniture started as a manufacturer of pine waterbed frames. Since then, the Springfield, Mass.-based company has expanded to Fontana, Calif. The company has moved away from the use of pine and now specializes in imported furniture made of the wood of rubber trees.

Specifications
Assembly
Assembly Required
Bed Finish
Walnut
White
Bed Material
Wood
Bed Size
Twin Over Twin
Brand
Atlantic Furniture
Collection
Woodland
Dimensions
93.125L x 42.5W x 66H in.
93.125L x 56.625W x 66H in.
Feature
Storage Drawers
Stairs
Trundle Bed
Bookshelves
Gender
Unisex
Girls
International Shipping
Canada
Material
Wood
Style
Craftsman / Mission
Coastal
Transitional
Warranty
1 Year Manufacturers Warranty
Weight Capacity
400 lbs. (Bottom Bunk)
400 lbs. (Top Bunk)
Delivery Options
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Product Guarantee
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Manufacturer Warranty
Manufacturer's limited 1-year warranty
Return & Exchange Policy
You may return most new, unused, and resalable items for a refund or exchange within 30 days of delivery date.

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8 Questions Answered
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Q: Do you set it up?
Submitted 6 months ago by Emy - Phoenix AZ 85040
Hayneedle customer support
A: Unfortunately, we do not offer assembly services.
Q: What is the height of the guardrail on the top bunk?
Submitted 7 months ago by GG - Arlington
Hayneedle customer support
A: The top bunk is 7.3 inches.
Q: What is the distance between the bottom of the bottom bunk and the bottom of the top bunk?
Submitted 7 months ago by GG - Arlington MA
Hayneedle customer support
A: The distance between the bottom of the bottom bunk and the bottom of the top bunk is approx. 36.6 inches.
Q: I know it would take drilling new holes, but could the bottom bunk be installed closer to the floor to give more headroom for the person in the bottom bunk?
Submitted 7 months ago by GG - Arlington MA
Hayneedle customer support
A: This bed is not designed to be used in such a way and the alteration could compromise the structural integrity. One potential option would be to use a smaller, high density mattress for the bottom bunk. You could then have a bit more head room without compromising safety.
Q: Can the 2 beds be separated and used separately?
Submitted 10 months ago by Angela - WI
Hayneedle customer support
A: As per the supplier: The customer can separate them into two beds if they really want to, using the lower panels as the headboards and the upper panels as the foot boards, but one of the beds will look a little strange because there is an opening at the end of the bed for the stairs. You can see this opening at the foot of the top bunk on the picture on your product page. That opening would still be there when you separate the bunks
Hayneedle customer support
A: As per the supplier: The customer can separate them into two beds if they really want to, using the lower panels as the headboards and the upper panels as the foot boards, but one of the beds will look a little strange because there is an opening at the end of the bed for the stairs. You can see this opening at the foot of the top bunk on the picture on your product page. That opening would still be there when you separate the bunks
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