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.
Built like a tank, this thing will stand the test of time no bother at all.
Manufactured for easy self-assembly
self assembly is required with this frame, however, the manufacturing quality and tolerances within should make for easy work
Excellent space saving solution
Solidly built with modern and stylish design for children
Built in storage shelves on both beds
Metal safety rail with strong fixed ladder for additional safety
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.
Luminous stripes on each step that glow in the dark
Solid wooden slatted base for additional comfort and longer mattress life
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's important to check with the mattress instructions when spacing slats.