pace-saving style your child will love. The Hillsdale Kids & Teen Highlands Loft Bed is clever and compact. This solid wood kids' loft bed rests above a 4-drawer dresser with storage shelf and a cozy nook that's great for playtime or reading. The bed has undergone a rigorous nine-step DuraBrush finishing process that strips away any weak elements of the wood to leave behind a more durable surface with a beautiful patina. The resulting strength is ideal for kids' bedroom furniture. Inspired by Mission-style design with a wirebrushed White finish -- this bed will adapt with your child's changing tastes. And thanks to its slat foundation system there's no need for a box spring or bunkie board; this allows for a thicker and more comfortable mattress. Meets consumer safety standards and specifications. Hanging nightstand; desk and chair set; or rolling full bed sold separately. Mattress not included. Assembly required.
Solid wood kids' loft bed with 4-drawer dresser in a wirebrushed White finish
Compliant with ASTM F 1427-07 Standard Consumer Safety Specification, CFR 1213 Safety Standards and CFR 1513 Requirements for Bunk Beds
Slat foundation means there's no need for a bunkie board, allowing for a thicker, more comfortable mattress; mattresses not included
The 9-step DuraBrush process results in a finish that can stand up to even the harshest environments, making it perfectly suited for kids' furniture
Crafted from solid, kiln-dried Pine hardwood
Ships tall end, side bookcase, chest, headboard, footboard, guardrails, side rails, slats and ladder in a total of 4 boxes
Clean spills immediately; do not use any household cleaners; wipe with a slightly damp cloth, making sure no standing water is left on the furniture
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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