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Maximize your bedroom's space and make room-sharing even more fun with this DHP Twin-Over-Twin Bunk Bed. Simple, sleek, secure and stable, this piece is made to meet all your sleeping needs and expectations. This easy-to-assemble black twin bunk bed is made with the user's utmost safety in mind, providing full-length guardrails and a ladder that attaches to the frame. Accommodating two mattresses, it is built to last through years of rough play, whether hosting twins, friends, family or siblings. The top part of this twin-over-twin metal bunk bed has a 200-pound weight limit, while the bottom can hold up to 225 pounds. This bed frame does not require box springs.
DHP Twin Over Twin Metal Bunk Bed, Black:
- DHP metal bunk bed accommodates 2 twin mattress
- Mattress on top bunk should not exceed 6" deep
- Front ladder attaches to the bed for added safety
- Twin over twin bunk bed has a sleek black metal finish
- Weight limit is 200 lbs for top
- Weight limit is 225 lbs for bottom
- Box spring not required
- Simple, sleek, secure, stable and space saving
- Meets all your needs and expectations
- Colors available: black, navy, pink, silver and white
- Easy to assemble
- Designed for the utmost safety
- Full-length guardrails
- Black metal frame will last through years of rough play
- Blends with all bedroom decor
- Mattresses sold separately.
Great for the Price
We purchased this bunk bed online through Walmart and had shipped to our home. Shipping was faster than expected.
The bed was packaged very well in a sturdy box with all of the parts labeled, individually wrapped in plastic and well protected from being scratched. The instructions were clear and easy to follow and all of the fasteners were packaged in one container and clearly identified. The only tool required per the instructions is a Phillips screwdriver.
I started assembly of the bunk bed with the help on my wife and 2 boys, everything went smoothly, the parts fit together well and the pictures in the instructions were large and clear making it easy to figure out the correct orientation of the parts.
When we got to the step in the instructions to attach the rails that will support the slats, connect the ends together and provide an attach point for the top side rail and ladder, that part was missing. This particular rail is different in that it has mounting points for the ladder and upper side rail. What we had was 3 of the bottom rails instead of 2 bottom rails and the one upper ladder side rail. So what I ended up doing was drilling the missing holes in the rail to mount the upper safety rail and ladder. The good thing about drilling the holes myself was that due to the layout of the boy’s room we decided to put the ladder at the foot end of the bed instead of the side. Having to drill the missing holes was really not a big deal, however, if someone without a drill or the ability to modify this standard rail ran into this problem they would either have to do without the ladder and upper safety rail or postpone assembly until they received the replacement part. …and who knows how long that would take.
Once assembled this bed is a little shaky. This little bit of movement overtime would certainly result in the fasteners becoming loose. What I did was assemble the bed with the fasteners just snug, then once completely assembled I measured the diagonals to square up the whole thing then tightened each fastener. In order to combat the inevitable loosening of the fasteners, I then removed one fastener at a time, applied Loctite thread locker to it, and then re-installed the fastener and once again tightened it down. I did this procedure to each fastener in the bed. I also fashioned straps to secure the bed to the wall at the head and toe.
Time will tell how this bed holds up to our two boys, but I feel that taking the extra precautions to avoid excessive movement and subsequent loosening of the fasteners should dramatically extend the life of this reasonably priced bunk bed.KKrekel
Wish we had gotten the bunk beds sooner..am very happy with them...cantgoaweekwithoutwalmart
Dorel Bunk Bed in Silver
The bunk beds came today...If you are wary of buying, don't be. It is a quality bed. It does not break into two beds. I don't have space for that so I went with this model. It took me 3hrs to put together by myself. I think that could be cut in half with help. It is very sturdy. Put it together in the room you plan on leaving it in. It weighs at least 90lbs. The silver paint is nice. I can sit on the bottom comfortably. I'm 5'2". The bed standing up is about my height also. No mattresses yet, but they should arrive soon. I purchased them on here separately. My girls are 12 and 8. It seems to hold up to them climbing on it.DeAnn81
Love them...easy to build and so sturdy... look great ina boys room :)mommy2muppets
Nice bed for small ones!
I purchased this bed after realizing I could not purchase the bed I wanted from a more expensive store. Assembly was fairly simple and I managed on my own; however, if you have someone to help you will go more smoothly. Color is nice; all parts and hardware is included. My 5 year old was very excited with the finished product-I just have to remind him it is not a jungle gym!jeepgoldchick