|Item Weight||111 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||77 x 57 x 72 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||5440096|
|Assembled Height||72.1 inches|
|Assembled Width||77.2 inches|
|Assembled Length||56.9 inches|
DHP X-Loft Metal Bunk Bed Frame with Desk - Space Saving Design - Twin, Black
- Black metal finish that matches any décor
- Multifunctional design that is space-saving with full desk included
- Accommodates a twin mattress sold separately
- Includes front ladder and guard rails in upper bunk for ensured safety
- Weight limit: 200 lb.
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From the manufacturer
DHP is a division of Dorel Industries, which operates in the juvenile products, bicycles and home products markets. Dorel is a leader in safety and lifestyle products in both its Juvenile and Bicycle categories with an array of trend-setting, innovative products. Branded products include Safety 1st, Quinny, Maxi-Cosi and Tiny Love, as well as Cannondale, Schwinn, GT, Mongoose, and SUGOI. Dorel Home markets a wide assortment of both domestically produced and imported furniture. Dorel employs approximately 10,000 people in facilities located in twenty-five countries worldwide.
Furniture for every lifestyle.
Whether you’re a busy professional in need of a perfect small space solution for your condo or home, or cool and functional furniture for your dorm or first apartment, DHP has you covered.
Our unique and functional furniture varies from futons (sofas and couches that transform into beds or sleepers), upholstered and metal bed frames, bunk beds, daybeds with trundles, mattresses and more!
DHP. We’re the small space living experts.
DHP Bunkbeds. #1 in North America.
Creating fun memories everywhere.
Slumber parties. Flashlight reading. Jokes with your sister.
DHP has been a leader in bunkbeds for over 25 years. Our bunks come in many shapes and sizes: twin over twin, twin over full, twin over desk, with or without storage and more. We travel the globe looking for top materials and the best trends, without ever sacrificing comfort. Match your DHP bunkbed with one of our top-rated mattresses, and you’re all set. Try a DHP bunk today.
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Why DHP Bunkbeds?
Space Saving Design
Our bunkbeds are created with small spaces in mind, without ever sacrificing on comfort or design. We’re the small space living experts after all!
Whether for a dorm room, a kids’ room, or a spare room, our bunkbeds can be used for lots of different spaces.
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DHP is a trusted manufacturer. All bunkbeds include a 1 year limited warranty from the date of purchase.
|DHP Twin over Full Black Bunkbed||DHP Twin over Twin Silver Bunkbed||DHP Twin over Full White Bunkbed||DHP Full over Full Black Bunkbed||DHP Junior Loft Black + Storage Steps|
|Available colors||Black, Silver, White||Black, Silver, White||Black, Silver, White||Black, Silver||Black, White|
|Dimensions||78”W x 56.5”D x 61.5”H||78”W x 41.5”D x 61.5”H||78”W x 56.5”D x 61.5”H||78.5”W x 56.5”D x 72”H||92.5”W x 41.5”D x 44.5”H|
|Foundation & bed slats included||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Mattress height||Top (up to 6”) Bottom (up to 8”)||Top (up to 6”) Bottom (up to 8”)||Top (up to 6”) Bottom (up to 8”)||Top (up to 6”) Bottom (up to 8”)||Top (up to 6”)|
|Weight limit||Top (up to 200 lbs.) Bottom (up to 400 lbs.)||Top (up to 200 lbs.) Bottom (up to 225 lbs.)||Top (up to 200 lbs.) Bottom (up to 400 lbs.)||Top (up to 300 lbs.) Bottom (up to 450 lbs.)||Top (up to 200 lbs.)|
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|Memory foam mattress||✓|
|Independently encased coil mattress||✓||Standard Coil|
|Mattress thickness availability||6-inch, 8-inch||8-inch||6-inch|
|Mattress size availability||Twin, Full, Queen, King||Twin, Full, Queen, King||Twin, Full|
|Low VOC CertiPUR-US certified foam||✓||✓||✓|
|Ships in easy to transport box & quick set-up||✓||✓||✓|
The awesome, stylish design of DHP's X Loft Bed will appeal to you and the high-quality of the product will impress you. Space-saving and convenient, this bunk bed provides a comfortable sleeping alternative with a large and useful work station, together in one. The black metal finish is secure and solid and will make an impactful design statement for your room. Accommodating any twin-size mattress, the loft bed has an easy-to-climb front ladder and full-length guardrails for security. Once assembled, you will be in awe of how great DHP's X-Loft Bed in black looks.
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the first bed was delivered promptly, but the second was MIA after 10 days. i called amazon and they handled it perfectly. we recieved the second bed a few days after the order was resubmitted.
assembly can be a little daunting and i was exhausted after putting together the first bed, so it was actually nice to get a rest between putting the second one together.
a few helpful suggestions:
- the instructions are just illustrations without written directions so you have to look at them carefully, i have to take some pieces apart wen i realized i had put them together wrong.
- one of the long side parts that support the mattress, has two holes on the outside for the latter to attach to, make sure you put it on the right side. the two long parts that form a cross behind the desk have small arrow stickers pointing up that are easily overlooked, make sure that you have them pointing up.
-IMO, the worst part of the assemble is when you have to screw in the bolts on the bottom. it's very uncomfortable being bent over double screwing those in. having a comfortable low stool to sit on makes that part much easier and more comfortable.
- use a mirror to help you see when the holes for the supports line up with the holes on the underneath the desk to screw in the screws their.
me and my girls are very happy with this purchase. i've included pictures so you can see how they look.
Assembly was very easy, even with just one person. Just have a wall or something to lean one side against as it assembles since you build it loose and it will tilt back and forth otherwise. Once you get the X framing in the back that will connect to the desk it'll stand on its own just fine. I actually had it balancing itself fine before that, once the ladder was in place, but better safe than sorry.
The screws are all allen head with the included little wrench, and for once I didn't need to go get my own allen stock to have better leverage. Every single one easily went in finger tight (since you can't tighten it till it's ALL together) and I had no binding screws or anything I couldn't snug down all the way with just my thumb and forefinger. The only tricky part doing it alone is the desk, and I found that was very easy since I got all the framing and braces in place before I brought the desktop there- so I could carry the desktop into place behind it and just slide it in. There is a brace coming out the back of each end piece that one end of the desk goes on, and the ones that come up from the bottom to the outer edge, like the ends of a W. Even without screws those were enough to hold it in place once I let go, until I could hand tighten the bolts.
It's surprisingly solid considering how it looks when you get everything out of the box and are looking at all those pieces. There are adjustable pads on the bottom so you can help compensate for an uneven floor as well. The stickers they use to label the pieces are small white stickers, maybe 1/4" in diameter, with a letter on them. They don't come off in one piece unfortunately, but they come off easily with a fingernail. So many "build it yourself" objects have nasty stickers that are a real pain to remove. The only ones that WERE a pain to remove were the huge ones that wrapped around three of the pieces on top, about 6 inches long and around the square tubes on the end pieces of the top rails. Those did not come off gracefully...
The desk is great - much larger than I had figured it would be - I easily have the large 27" touchscreen all in one computer, his TV, the Xbox, speakers, and a lamp up there. And still room for books and papers in front of it all to do school work.
I also just bought http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B003OX82KA/ref=oh_details_o01_s00_i00 this light since it's got a magnetic base. I wanted something he could use easily at night if he needed to answer nature's call, so this will stick up by the ladder and he can turn it on when needed. Then he can reposition it underneath for more light if he needs it, since the bed now blocks the ceiling fixture from shining light directly on the desk.
The bed fit perfectly, and it's weird having the floor space in his room now for other things. I also was able to fit one of his toy chests under the left side of the desk, tucks away great in there freeing up even MORE room in his bedroom.
He's still afraid of the height (for a kid who LOVES roller coasters it kills me that he's afraid of being up no higher than my eyes are whenever I walk anyway). But we're working on that, getting him up there often so it's not such a scary thing. I'm not going to go through the pain of changing sheets and such up there all the time either, so he'll have the additional fun of a sleeping bag to help lure him up there and help overcome the anxiety.
For the price, this was a steal. An absolute STEAL. I love it, and once he's comfortable up there he will too. He already loves the desk feature, and how everything can be easily gotten to now with room to spare. He was watching TV through his Xbox for a while, then playing on the computer and doing some video games on the Xbox, and it definitely has won his approval.
The ladder is set to ONLY work on that one side. However, it does have hooks that it "hangs over" the top rail with, so it could work without being screwed in on that only spot that has the nuts welded into the rail to screw into. But the problem is that the rail on that side has the screws that go through the bottom rail under it into the down posts. And there's no way to flip it and have it on the other side to try to put the ladder on the left side of the loft bed... So without major redoing yourself with a drill and such, there's no good way to relocate the ladder - keep that in mind.
I'll post some pics of some of the joints and how it looked while being built, so you can see what the frame looks like under the desk.
Very glad I got this though, and will be more so when he's past the point where he thinks the world is going to end when he has to go up so high to sleep...