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Maximize your child’s floor space with the help of the Beckett Kids Metal Twin Loft Bed. The handy loft features an elevated sleeping platform, leaving room beneath for storing toys, a desk or other essentials for your kid. Open shelving beneath the lofted twin surface makes it easy to store more toys, crayons, pencils and books while leaving open space in the room for fun! Shelving features a Canyon Walnut or Natural finish that complements most any room decor. Dependable and sturdy, the powder-coated, metal structure allows parents to stay worry-free while their children sleep. Guard rails are included for added safety as well as an easy-to-climb ladder to access the lofted bed. Metal mattress slats support the bed and eliminates the need for bulky box springs. Create the perfect study spot in your child's room by adding the Beckett Kids Rolling Desk (sold separately) that easily stores beneath the bed for making the most of small spaces.
I initially purchased this bed as an alternative to a bed that I purchased and ended up returning due to damage and missing parts. I wish I had seen the Beckett bed first! This bed was pretty easy to assemble and it looks great in my daughter's unicorn themed room!Lane
my 6 yr old Loves this bed. so cool to be up off the ground and likes playing underneath pretending its a cave. he can keep his toys and books on the shelves. i can climb into it and lay with him also no problem. i just wish it was a little more sturdy, but he's not going to be jumping on it. pretty fast and easy to put together with 2 adults.socanx
Good bed for a good price.
Bed is well made and easy to put together, just follow directions and pay attention to the pictures. I would buy again. Bed is for my 8 year old daughter who is tall and she fits fine. We added a piece of luan plywood under the mattress to firm up the mattress, there are just bars that run across where the mattress sits.
The only negative is the steps are just little round bars that hurt my daughter's feet when she got in and out of bed, so I made wider steps out of 2x4's. I just used a jig saw and my Dremel tool to cut around the upright bars and made the fit tight so there is no fasteners or anything (see pic).liljimmy