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Walker Edison Sunset Workstation Loft Bed

Item# 268-WAL096-1-AF | Model# BTOZBL | Added on June 7, 2016 |
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Walker Edison Sunset Workstation Loft Bed
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Dimensions: 79W x 42D x 71H inchesSturdy lead-free powder coat steel frameMaximum mattress height: 9 inchesTop bunk weight capacity - 250 lbs.. The Sunset Workstation Loft Bed - Black believes in healthy doses of both work and rest. This piece is constructed from ultra-durable steel for unparalleled strength that will keep its occupants safe and sound. A black lead-free powder coat finish brings no small dash of handsomeness, making this a versatile and attractive addition to your space. An integrated ladder and full-length guard rails will help prevent falls and put your mind at ease. Featured is an integrated desk, complete with a keyboard tray and storage shelves, making for one very tidy workspace. This bed measures 79W x 42D x 71H inches. CPSC recommends the tops of the guardrails must be no less than 5 inches above the top of the mattress and that top bunks not be used for children under 6 years of age. Create more space in your child's room by combining the sleeping area and the study area with this loft bed that includes an integrated workstation. Its attractive black finish and powder-coated steel frame ensure this bed will remain a stylish part of your kid's room for years. Sturdy built-in ladders on each end and guardrails surrounding the entire bed help protect children from falls. The desk features a large workspace two small shelves and a keyboard tray so your scholar can keep everything necessary for a late-night study session close at hand.
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