Kids Loft Twin Bed with Desk Bedroom Furniture, Navy and Natural
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- Ideal for smaller rooms. Loft bed provides a versatile place for work, play and sleep
- 3 spacious drawers and open shelves for extra storage
- Heavy-duty steel safety rails
- Fits standard twin-size mattress, not included. Integrated steel mattress support system
- Ready to assemble and includes all tools necessary
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The Charleston Loft Bed with Desk is ideal for smaller rooms. This loft bed provides a versatile place for work, play and sleep, and has a concealed desk that rolls out to provide ample workspace. It features a sturdy, two-step steel ladder, three spacious drawers and open shelves for extra storage and an enclosed sleep area with heavy-duty steel safety rails. The loft bed is ready to assemble and includes all the tools necessary for assembly.Arrives in 3 boxes Twin side bed: 78.8"W x 50.2"D x 50"H
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Yes, this is probably the most complicated piece of furniture you will ever assemble. It does come in a million pieces. And if you're not handy with tools, you may want to forget about it.
However, this really isn't that hard to assemble if you do it right. Organization and prep are key.
Unbox and stage everything by number. You will need a lot of room. I staged all the parts in a hallway, while I used an empty room to build.
Lay out your hardware and count it out by step. I used a little plastic tupperware tray. If you try to pluck it out of the bags as you go, it will add 30 minutes to your build.
Prep each part in order as you build. The intrusions are actually very good, and everything is sequential. Do all of the prep before you start assembling things. You may think it "looks right", but this is a measure twice and cut once thing.
Take some time to really look at the instructions. They are good, but there is only so much they can show in a line drawing. It is very intuitive, just think before you assemble. If something doesn't line up correctly, go back and look at it again.
Power tools will speed this up. I used a Ryobi drill with a torque setting so I didn't strip and screws, and having a phillips bit, and two hex bits will save you a ton of time and give you a better assembly. Get the right tools for the job.
I assembled this by myself in 4.5 hours, and that included a couple breaks. Everything went together great, and my boy loves it!