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Product description

Color:White/Gray  |  Size:Twin

Twin Size Low Loft Wood House Bed with Two Side Windows, for Kids, Teens, Girls, Boys

Featuring roof and two side windows, this bed doubles as a semi-enclosed play place perfect for kids to explore their imaginations. With guardrail and a sturdy pine frame, this bed offers a safe space for your kids to get a good night's sleep.
Featuring roof and two side windows, this unique bed creates a fun and adorable space that not only serves as a comfortable sleeping area but also double as a space for your kids to play and have fun.
Thanks to the semi-enclosed space, your kids will have their own sleeping space that affords a comforting atmosphere for better sleep while not sacrificing air circulation.
The twin size house bed is constructed with a sturdy pinewood frame that can enhance stability and durability. Slats are included, you dom't need to prepare box springs or foundations.
This wood house bed will come in 2 packages with clear instructions and hardware.

Weight amp; Dimensions
Overall Product Dimension: 80.6"L x 42.5"W x 76.5"H
Number of Package: 2
Overall Product Weight: 119.05LBS
Weight Capacity: 275lbs
Recommended Mattress Thickness: 8"

Specifications:
Product Type: House Bed
Size: Twin
Color: White, Gray
Material: Plywood+MDF+Pinewood
Box Spring Required: No
Number of Slats:10
Assembly Required: Yes
Country of Origin: Vietnam

Notes:
Manual measurement has been used,there may be some reasonable error.
All the pictures are taken by actual samples, slight chromatic aberration may occur due to lighting or display.


From the manufacturer

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Merax Twin Size Low Loft Wood House Bed with Two Side Windows for Kids, Teens, Girls, Boys

10 10 2 5 5
Twin Size Loft Bed Twin over Twin Bunk Bed Twin over Twin Bunk Bed Twin over Full Bunk Bed Twin over Full Bunk Bed
Color Antique White Light Gray White Gray Antique Gray
No Box Spring Needed
Material Plywood+MDF+Pinewood Plywood+MDF+Pinewood Plywood+MDF+Pinewood Plywood+MDF+Pinewood Plywood+MDF+Pinewood
Overall Dimension 81.4"L x 51.8"W x 82.4"H 77.4"L x 55.4"W x 82.2"H 77.4"L x 55.4"W x 82.2"H 80.8"L x 78.7"W x 82.3"H 78.7"L x 56.2"W x 85.5"H
Weight Capacity 175LBS 275 LBS 275 LBS 300 LBS 400 LBS

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