Radia Twin Loft Bed

(2 customer reviews)


The Radia Twin Loft Bed is the perfect way to get a bed and desk into a small space.

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Product Description

The space-saving Radia Study Loft Bed is loaded with features that will make full, functional and fun use of any young persons bedroom. The modern styling will complement any decor, while the solid corner blocking and traditional dovetail joinery will ensure that your Radia Loft Bed will stand the test of time. Includes front and rear safety rails, ladder and fits standard twin mattresses.

  • Made of hardwood Beech and Beech veneers for strength and durability
  • Multi-coat lacquer finish for lasting beauty
  • Mortise and tenon joinery throughout
  • Metal to metal hardware connections for safety and stability
  • Includes integrated work space, ladder, safety side-rails, Sliding Pegboard with Wire
  • Baskets, Sliding Cork Board, Printer Tray, Alarm Clock Tray, and Rolling Media Cart
  • Does not include chair
  • Fits standard twin size mattress
  • Meets all CPSC and ASTM safety standards
  • Non-toxic lead free finish
  • Dimensions: 79.1″ L x 73.25″ H x 41.8″ D
  • Weight: 207 lbs.
  • Phillips and Flat Head screwdrivers required
  • View Radia Loft Bed Assembly Instructions here
  • Free LTL Common Carrier shipping included
  • Additional savings for local customer pick up in Arlington, WA

2 reviews for Radia Twin Loft Bed

  1. Dacquiri Graff

    I purchased two of these beds for my sons that are 6 and 9 years old. They both love them! The quality is excellent and it wasn’t too difficult to assemble. I assembled the first bed myself, in five hours. The second bed took a lot less because I had help. The only complaint that I have is that -on both beds- the cam-locks for the desk pieces do not tighten enough. I actually broke one cam lock on the first bed I put together.

  2. Dacquiri Graff

    My sons only complaint is the ladder. I would probably have to agree because the steps are narrow, and they would hurt my feet. If the steps were turned at angle that allows for more wood it would be less painful.

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