Lea Furniture Deer Run Tri-Bunk Bed

Lea Deer Run Tri-Bunk Bed

Lea Deer Run Full over Full with Tri-Bunk Extension - Click to Enlarge

Lea Furniture ceased operations on December 31, 2014.

Click here for bunk beds and loft beds similar in style and quality.


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, ladders and Tri-Bunk extension

Dimensions: 120" W x 80" D x 73" H

Weight capacity for top bunk: 150 - 200 lbs.

Accommodates the (optional) Dual Underbed Storage Unit or Captain's Bed Box

Accommodates the maximum of 11" of mattress and foundation

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:


attractive design

easy to assemble


finishing blemishes


The Lea Deer Run Tri-Bunk Bed -- or Triple Bunk Bed as it is usually called -- consists of a regular Deer Run bunk bed and a 625-936 Tri-Bunk extension -- which is actually a twin size loft bed lacking a headboard that attaches directly to the main bed. The fundamental bunk bed can be of any size: the twin over twin is usually the initial option, but you can easily and relatively inexpensively change it into the twin over full version by ordering the 625-980 extension. If you want the full over full bunkbed, you will need to choose that option from the respective store's drop-down menu; it will cost you an additional $150 - $250, depending on the store. You should be aware that with the full over full version the width of the whole construction increases: instead of 120 inches it grows to 135 inches, so make sure you have enough room before ordering.

The main bunk bed, no matter what size it is, can still accommodate the standard Deer Run under bed optional items: for yet another sleeping space, choose the hide-away trundle bed, and if storage is your primary concern the Captain's Bed Box (as seen in the image) will probably do a better job. The empty space below the Tri-Bunk extension is perfect for placing a desk, dresser, TV cabinet -- whatever the situation calls for.

Note: the image above does not accurately represent the footboard of the Tri-Bunk extension; the actual footboard is one solid panel all the way to the floor, with no open space in between. The lower image to the right (click on thumbnail to enlarge) hopefully comes closer.


Lea Deer Run Tri-Bunk

Lea Deer Run Triple Bunk Bed

Tri-Bunk Footboard

Lea Deer Run Tri-Bunk Footboard

Similar Products
Related Links
Copyright © 2010 BunkBeds-HQ.com