|CWF1230: Add usable space and a fun feature to any child’s room with the Whistler Junior Twin Low Loft Bed with Built-In Ladder by Canwood Furniture. This lofted twin bed adds 28 7/8” of under-bed space that is perfect for a small play area, bookcase, dresser, toy storage and more. Standing 45.67" H x 79.37" W x 42.09" D, it can fit in smaller rooms with lower ceiling, and still allow kids to enjoy the fun of having a lofted bed. Designed with safety in mind, the Whistler Junior Twin Low Loft Bed boasts metal-to-metal fastening systems, side rails, and a weight limit of 165 pounds. It meets current US and Canadian safety standards. The built-in three-step 15” wide ladder works can be assembled to either side of the bed. The New Zealand pine wood construction features a stable, wide slat design which does not require a box spring. It accommodates a 10” high maximum twin size mattress (not included). It is available in cherry, espresso, white or natural wood tones. The clean lines and timeless finish options give it a cool, west coast quality. The Whistler Junior Twin Low Loft Bed will look good and work great in any space. Features: -Coordinating pieces (not included): Junior loft bookcase, 3 drawer chest, 2 door cupboard, slide out desk. -Solid New Zealand pine construction featuring wide slats make for a very stable design. -Designed with safety in mind. -Traditional loft or bunk bed. -Unique metal-to-metal fastening systems. -Meets current U.S. and Canada safety standards. -Fits standard sized twin mattress (sold separately). -Unit is elevated just enough to provide open storage space or slide. -West coast design techniques mixed with quaint, clean lines and a rich wood finish. -Using metal fasteners for a secure and durable bed. -Dimensions: 45.67" H x 42.09" W x 79.37" D.|
Customer Reviews of Whistler Junior Twin Low Loft Bed with Built-In Ladder, White
Very Happy Mom and 9 Year Old6/21/2012
I bought this bed from Buy.com and it is better then I hoped. My daughter has many toys as well as art supplies and her space to play kept getting smaller as she gets older. The idea was to build an art studio under it and it has worked out great. My daughter also loves the fact that she has her own private place to create. We even made curtains to go around the bed.