What to look for in Bedz King Stairway Bunk Beds Twin over Full?
Twin over Full Stairway Bunk Bed converts to 1 Twin Bed and 1 Full Bed, but the top bunk foot board will have the gap that is the entryway for the stairway Built-in Stairway instead of ladder for easy access to the top bunk with 4 drawers built into Stairway and a Twin Trundle Finish is child-safe, Bunk Bed is made from Solid Brazilian Pine from sustainable plantations - no particle board Assembly required with included tools, SALE IS FOR BUNK BED and TRUNDLE ONLY EXCLUDES MATTRESSES Bunk bed is 69 1/2 high x 103 1/4 long x 59 inches deep. bottom is 10 3/4 inches off the floor - space between bottom slats and top bunk slats excluding the mattress is 38 inches
Is this what you need when you buy Bedz King Stairway Bunk Beds Twin over Full?
Bedz King Stairway Bunk Beds Twin over Full in White with Twin Trundle | Bunk Bed converts to 1 Twin Bed and 1 Full Bed | The Top Bunk Foot Board will have the gap that is the entryway for the Stairway | Finish is child-safe | Solid Brazilian Pine from sustainable plantations – no particle board | No need for a bunkie board or a bunkie mattress as this bunk bed comes with a complete set of slats | Assembly required with included tools | SALE IS FOR BUNK BED and TRUNDLE ONLY EXCLUDES MATTRESSES | Total bunk bed external dimensions are approx 69 1/2 high x 103 1/4 long x 59 inches deep. Bottom bunk is approx 10 3/4 inches off the floor – space between bottom bunk slats and top bunk slats excluding the mattress is approx 38 inches.
Customer reviewsAttention when choosing a mattress for trundle.
I really like the bunk beds with trundle, however, it is important to carefully choose the mattress for the trundle. I have the bed on carpet and purchased a very nice mattress weighing approximately 45 pounds. It is too heavy for the trundle. The side panel is in danger of being ripped off or broken. The mattress is 8 inches deep which isn't really too high even with a mattress pad and sheets. I believe it is just too heavy. I am looking for a mattress in the 20 pound range. I don't expect it will be as comfortable, but will have to sacrifice comfort in order to be able to use the trundle. I have had 2 trundle beds over the past 30 years and I believe the manufacturer could have constructed the trundle with more support and better wheels in order to allow it to roll in and out much easier with a better quality mattress.