Acme Allentown Bunk Bed
The Acme Allentown Bunk Bed was designed to save space, with a twin over twin bunk bed is a perfect solution for your children’s bedroom. The piece features a bright white finish and offers durability as well as a clean style. Moreover, the full-length guard rails provide safety. Also the included staircase allows easy access to the top bunk safely.
For additional storage convenience, this set is complemented by the staircase drawers, and convertible trundle storage drawer, which can easily be transformed into a pull-out twin size bed by just removing the center panel board.
- Twin/Twin Bunk Bed with Trundle & Storage Ladder
- Slat System Included (14+14)
- Right Facing Storage Ladder w/5 Drawers
- Trundle Bed Included (Convertible trundle easily transforms from twin size bed into an oversized storage drawer by adding optional center board)
- Full-Length Guard-rail Mattress not Included
- Style Materials: Wood, Composite Wood
- Assembly Required
- Dimensions: Bunk Bed: 97″L X 43″W X 68″H 283 lbs
About the Manufacturer: Acme Furniture Allentown Twin over Twin Bunk Bed
Acme Furniture Since 1985, Acme Furniture has committed to making beautifully designed, high-quality furniture at the right price. That commitment to excellence is why they are the industry leader in home furnishings. Acme Furniture is a specialist in bedroom and home office furniture.
Acme Furniture was founded in Los Angles in 1985 and operates out of a 160,000 square foot facility. Acme has six branch offices located in San Francisco, New York City, New Jersey, Texas, Atlanta and Miami.
Additionally, Acme maintains wholesale showrooms in Mississippi, North Carolina and Las Vegas. Acme manufactures it’s products overseas in order to offer the most competitive prices but maintains its own quality control personnel to oversee the manufacturing process to ensure products meet their exact standards. Acme is a leading manufacturer of furniture for all rooms in the house with a catalog of over 4,000 products.
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