Quality is not something you want to compromise on when buying a bunk bed. A name on the label, recognizable and respected, will go a long way toward assurance that your purchase has been a sound one. Find a few such names in this overview.
Atlantic Furniture started in 1983 as a manufacturer of pine waterbed frames. Since then, the company has abandoned the use of pine and now specializes in furniture made of the wood of Asian Rubber Tree, also known as eco-friendly hardwood -- an appealing label that is based on the fact that the solid wood is produced out of trees that have been cut down at the end of their latex-producing life cycle and are always replaced with new seedlings. Atlantic Furniture are also known for their innovative five-step finishing process.
Berg Furniture is a family owned and operated outfit established in 1984, specialized in children's furniture. Its first line, the Rainbow Collection, was modern, sleek and modular and was sold at an affordable price. Within a short period of time, the innovative style caught on, consumers embraced the collection and the company expanded. Today, Berg Furniture sells to specialty and furniture stores all over the USA, Hawaii & Puerto Rico, offering a wide variety of furniture for infants to teens. Their products are proudly made in the USA; the collections are innovative, fresh, colorful, exciting -- in keeping with the company's logo: "Kids are Special, make their rooms special too."
Lea Industries is a leading manufacturer of moderately-priced youth furniture. They offer a wide assortment of styles for both girls and boys, with a broad selection of specialized, functional designs for today's active kids -- including four-poster canopy beds, bunk beds, storage beds, dual sleep beds, student desks, and learning centers for youth computing. Lea's wide variety of styles ranges from 18th century and country to casual contemporary. Their products are available in wood finishes including Country Oak, Cherry, Buttermilk White, and Harvest Oak. Lea traces its origins back to 1869.
Maxtrix Kids is making a name for itself in the kids furniture arena with some rather fresh and inventive solutions. Their modular system makes it possible to start building a child's room with only a basic day bed; then, when the time comes -- and with the help of the company's innovative leg extensions -- this very same day bed can be converted easily and inexpensively into a low, mid, or high children's loft bed or even a bunk bed. Plus, there is a broad selection of extensions, storage units and accessories to be added as the child grows and his/her needs change. Versatility, adaptability and expandability -- that is what Maxtrix Kids are all about.
Night and Day Furniture is best known for their futons. The company started out with its owner's powerful vision that futons could be designed, constructed, and sold better. Night & Day revolutionized the industry with their Shoe Fittings Futon Operating System, and have become the fastest growing futon seller in America. In addition to futons, they specialize in a wide assortment of high-quality and easy to assemble products, which includes a small but distinguished array of bunk beds.
Powell Company is a California based outfit that designs, imports and distributes youth, occasional, dining and accent furniture across all style categories for retailers around the world. Established in 1968, the company has accrued over 40 years of experience in offshore sourcing focused on quality control, craftsmanship, finishing and timely delivery, and has grown to become one of the most recognized names in the furniture industry.
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