Wooden Bunk Beds

When it comes to bunk bed fabrication, wood is the material of choice of the large majority of manufacturers. All the different types are used: solid wood, engineered wood, hardwood, softwood. So the question inevitably pops up: which type should you choose? Which is the best? Well, the answer is, there really isn't such a thing as the "best" wood; each of the listed species have their own distinctive natural characteristics that make it suitable for certain purposes. For example, many of the top manufacturers use solid hardwood for frame construction due to its exceptional strength and shock absorption qualities. However, for exterior surfaces that require special carving or finishing, veneer wood may be more suitable, as it's been designed to never warp or split, plus it allows for matching and repeating grain patterns that is impossible to achieve with solid lumber.

So, it is the ability to choose the right kind of wood for the job and prepare it to stand up to everyday life in a kids room that really is the essence of making a high quality bunk bed. And you'll find plenty of these in the selection below. Note that many bunk beds come in multiple configurations (twin/twin, twin/full etc), but for the sake of keeping this page from getting too cluttered, we are showing only the most popular version here. More info on alternate configurations can be found on the actual product page. Alternatively, you can also browse bunk beds by configuration (see the main menu to the left) -- you'll find the large majority of them are made of wood.

See Also:

Wooden Loft Beds

Solid Wood Bunk and Loft Beds

Metal Loft and Bunk Beds

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