The ladder is fixed onto the left hand side of the bed
Sometimes the ladder is moveable between different sides to help fit into different rooms with differing layouts. With this frame however, the ladder is fixed to the left hand side of the bed only.
Easy to assembly with instructions provided
Self assembly is required with this frame, however, the manufacturing quality and tolerances within should make for easy work.
Contemporary grey design will match many bedrooms
Storage shelves on top and bottom bunks
Glow in the dark ladder steps for improved night time safety
Safety rails and handles to help the top sleeper climb in and sleep safely
Mid and high sleepers will both frequently come with a safety rail to help protect the occupant from falling out of the bed. Remember, the safety rail is of no use if the mattress that you use with the sleeper is too deep as this will reduce the effectiveness of the safety rail.
Sturdy and strong fixed ladder with wide ladder rungs
Compact design, perfect for smaller bedrooms
Solid slatted bases provide support to the mattresses
Solid wooden slats are typically made from a wood like pine. The slat gap creates a base for your mattress to lie on which also can help increase the firmness of your sleep experience. One consideration you need to have is that different mattress manufacturers have different requirements for slat gaps when it comes to warranty and guarantee claims. To that end, it is important to check with the mattress instructions when spacing slats.