|Brand Name||Walker Edison|
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Beloved for its compact footprint, this loft bed is a necessity for your children's bedroom. The sturdy, steel frame promises stability and function to support up to 250 pounds and a full-size mattress. It features full-length guardrails and two integrated ladders on each end. This ideal space-saver is the perfect addition for your bedroom.
- Sturdy, steel construction supports 250 lbs
- Powder-coated finish
- Accommodates a variety of options below the loft, whether for storage or play
- This loft bed meets latest consumer product safety standards
- Support slats are included, no box spring needed for bed
- Ideal for space-saving needs
- Mattress and box spring sold separately
- Maximum recommended upper mattress thickness: 9"
- Arrives in 1 box
- Ships ready-to-assemble with necessary hardware and tools
- Box spring not required
- Full-over-loft bed (assembled): 79"W x 55"D x 71"H
- Mattresses sold separately.
Perfect Size and Height
This bed was easy to put together, was the perfect size and height for our 10 year old's room.Girlfridy26
We bought this for our 7 year old and he LOVES it. My sister and I put this together in an hour and it was very simple. I definitely reccomend this loft bed to anyone with children who are growing up and wanting their âown space to hangoutâ.Happy
Cute but rickety
Construction is fairly easy, but very annoying with all the pieces that could have been easily assembled by the company before shipping.
The bed looks just like the picture and I'm pleased about that. The only major downfall is that this bed it very rickety. It sways from left to right whenever there is movement on the bed. That swaying comes along with a creeching metal sound.
I would not recommend this bed for adult size people.Rach
Kind of hard to get over the side railing when going up the ladder, and the bars do hurt your feet. but I do like the space underneath, how big the bed is, and how it looks.Qwerty
Since some folks complained of creaking noise, I went to the hardware store and bought silicone washers and graphite. I still used the metal washers that came with the bed, but I also put the silicone ones on BOTH SIDES of each bolt and anywhere else that metal touched metal. I also used a tiny bit of graphite on each bolt before I put them in place, and in those few areas where a piece just fit into a divet. My last trick was in the support for the bottom of the actual bed are...I placed a strip a couple layers thick of foam shelf liner between the middle support bar and the plastic brace bars across the top. And the number one trick, of course, was to tighten each bolt very well! This bed does not make the slightest bit of noise, no matter what we do to it. I do think the manufacturer should add another bracer bar in the back for more stability and include wall anchors in the kit. I have not anchored it to the wall yet, but think I will, as it still has a little too much rocking motion for me. But it's darn sure quiet! I did have to have my husband move the box into the bedroom on a dolly, but my daughter and I had no problems in assembly. The extra steps took us an extra hour because silicone washers & graphite are slippery little buggers, but the extra steps were so worth it! My 12 year old granddaughter loves her new bed!McPiggy