Wooden Loft Beds

The bulk of furniture found in American homes is made of wood, so it's hardly a surprise that wood is also a prevalent material in the manufacture of loft beds. But "wood" is a rather broad term; there are many types and species around for the manufacturers to choose from. Solid wood or engineered wood, that is the first choice to be made. Solid wood then divides to hardwood and softwood. Pine is an almost exclusive representative of softwood used in the US furniture industry, but hardwoods are many: maple is probably the most popular, but oak and cherry are also used frequently. And then there is rubberwood, an Asian hardwood that has been receiving much accolade as of late.

So what of the engineered wood? For many people this is still a synonym to something fake or of lesser quality; however, you should take note that some sort of composite material (mostly veneer) is used in over 80% of all wooden furniture sold today -- and yes, that includes the most expensive brands. Engineered wood is designed to never warp or split, can be made even stronger and more durable than its solid counterparts, plus it allows for matching and repeating grain patterns that is impossible to achieve with solid lumber.

Our selection features loft beds of a variety of styles, colors and configurations, made of all sorts of wood. Take a look.

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