Lea Furniture ceased operations on December 31, 2014.
Crafted of hardwood solids, cherry veneers and wood products
Solid posts joined by metal dowels provide strength and stability of construction
Brown Cherry finish
Antique pewter hardware
Includes bed ends, slats, headboard, footboard, guard rails, ladder
Dimensions: 80" W x 58" D x 73" H
Weight capacity for top bunk: 150 - 200 lbs.
Accommodates the (optional) Dual Underbed Storage Unit or Captain's Bed Box
Can be separated into two individual beds
Ladder can be used on either side of the bed
Accommodates the maximum of 11" of mattress and foundation
Accepts the Tri-Bunk Extension
Safety: the manufacturer certifies that bunk bed and loft bed designs are tested and independently certified to meet all requirements of ASTM F-1427 standard consumer safety specification for bunk beds and the government code of federal regulations 1213 and 1513
Buyers on Deer Run Collection:
easy to assemble
The Lea Deer Run Full over Full Bunk Bed can be a perfect choice in many situations. Families with multiple children will love it, as each bed will easily accommodate two smaller kids. Guestrooms are full bunk beds' natural habitats: this one here will comfortably house an entire mid-sized family. You will find no better sleeping solution for your teenage kids, as they will certainly appreciate the extra space. In fact, the extra space will be appreciated regardless of how small or big your children are; and as a bonus you won't have to worry about them outgrowing their beds.
As is the case with all Deer Run bunk beds, the full/full version accepts the optional Dual Function Underbed Storage Unit which can serve either as additional bed (great for sleepovers) or storage area. However, if storage is what you're after, then you might be better off checking out the Captain's Bed Box unit (as seen on the image) which accommodates four large drawers plus one adjustable shelf and one bolt-on rail; additional Bed Box can be purchased for the other side of the bed. Note that, in order to fit the Bed Box in, the bottom bunk needs to be raised a bit (yes, you can do that) -- but as a consequence the space between the two bunks will shrink a little. So, there is a bit of a trade-off here: storage space for comfort. Note that some users have complained about this lack of headroom on the lower bunk -- click on link below to find out more about it in our full review of the Deer Run bunk bed line.
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