The ultimate space saver for small rooms, the Cairo triple metal bunk bed will be the best addition for your sweet home. Stacking three beds securely. The ultra-durable Dallas Triple Bunk Bed is a great option for commercial use to maximize floor space, in your bunkhouses, camps, hostels, and more.
They can be done as a 3 tier bunk bed or also as an l shaped triple bunk bed to work with various room designs. Our triple bunk beds are made of wood or metal.
When choosing metal bunks that can be converted to single beds, later on, be sure that you choose a bed that the child would like at any age. (What they like at age seven may not be appealing to them when they hit their teen years, and a good set of metal beds can literally last a decade or longer).
A new trend is the triple bunk bed which features sleeping space for three kids, and the trundle metal bunk bed that sleeps two in a regular bunk bed arrangement and then features a roll-out bed beneath the bottom bunk that will sleep a third child. This type of bed is perfect for a sleepover and guests.
Sleep three in style with the highly customizable, space-saving design of the Avenue Greene Nola Triple Floor Bunk Bed
Sleep three in style with the highly customizable, space-saving design of the Avenue Greene Nola Triple Floor Bunk Bed.
There’s no such thing as short on sleeping space with this Furniture of America Parcels Industrial Triple Decker Bunk Bed. A twin XL, full XL, and queen size bed are stacked together in a space-saving configuration.
The Furniture of America Cody Contemporary Triple Decker Metal Bunk Bed can help you max out your sleeping accommodations without sacrificing comfort or safety.
Sleek and spacious, this beautiful and sturdy full over full bunk bed and twin trundle set creates ample sleeping space. Available in two finishes, each bed comes fully crafted from non-recycled metal so that you don’t have to worry at night.
When choosing metal bunk beds for your children, be sure to buy a set that is finished in lead-free paint to prevent any risk of your child becoming poisoned. Also, check that the ladder or steps leading up to the top bunk can accommodate the weight of your little one and that the bed can support your child’s weight.
You also want to ensure that there are guardrails on all four sides and that the mattress for the metal bunk beds is the adequate size.
You do not want any gaps between the guardrail and the mattress (a child can fall through the bed if the mattress is too small) and you want to make certain that the mattress does not stand taller than the guardrail as this renders the guardrail obsolete.
Bunk beds are generally not a good idea for children who are less than six years of age, or for very small children of any age, especially if the child will be sleeping on the top bunk.