Top of page skip to top navigation includes links to kids and teen site, main site, credit options, gift cards, store locator, order status and customer services links skip to secondary navigation that includes links to search box, change location, cart, wish list, and log in links skip to main navigation which includes links to all products on site skip to main content
Product Delivery Availability For:
Dallas, TX Change Location >
Below are the contents of your cart
Subtotal: $0.00

View Full Cart

Your Shopping Cart is empty.

Please note that changing delivery zip code may result in removing your cart items. Confirm your delivery zip code and select your items again.

If you saved items on a previous visit, sign in to access your saved cart.

Continue Shopping
Below are the contents of your wish list

Your Wish List is empty.

If you saved items on a previous visit, sign in to access your wish list.

Continue Shopping
Begining of main content

Furniture Guide: Bunk Beds

Bunk Beds

Kids adore the fun and exciting features of bunk beds, while parents love the space-saving and versatile features of bunk beds. A bunk bed is a type of bed in which one bed is designed and engineered to stack on top of another bed. Typically, because of these wonderful benefits, you'll find bunk beds in kid's bedrooms. Bunk beds are also prevalent in University or college residence halls or dorm rooms. You'll also find bunk beds in places with limited space such as cruise ships, trains, hostels and any other place where floor space is at a premium.

Many bunk beds found in kids bedrooms or college residences can be separated into two freestanding twin beds. Because many bunk beds are designed with this flexibility, the two twin beds can be separated usually by swapping one bed's footboard with its headboard, to create a more typically styled twin bed. You'll find bunk beds more commonly stacked on top of each other to save space.

Bunk beds have all the benefits of two separate beds for two people to sleep comfortably, with an additional benefit: maximized floor space. More traditional bunk beds have four posts, one at each corner of the bunk bed, to support the top bed of the bunk bed.

Today, many bunk beds are engineered and designed with safety features, including safe and sturdy ladders, which can be used to safely climb into the top bunk of the bunk beds. Some bunk beds do not have a ladder as many children can easily climb up to and jump down from the top bunk of the bunk beds.

Railings for added safety usually surround top beds of bunk beds. This prevents fall out of bunk beds. It is not recommended that children under the age of six sleep or play in the top bunk of bunk beds.


Shop Rooms To Go Kids

Skip to social media links Skip to sign up for rooms to go email Go to top of page