Bigger than a twin, smaller than a queen, the full bed gives a growing child plenty of room to stretch out and still not feel like they are being lost in all the space. In a room with two children of differing ages, a bunk bed with full bed on bottom is the best way to give your older child a bigger bed, but still not overload their shared room with too much furniture. Definitely a smart choice.
Twin over Full L-Shaped Bunk Bed with Lateral Ladder
Cool traditional bunk bed for kids. Wooden frames with straight posts have a light grey finish. A twin and a bottom full bed feature up-down slatted headboards and footboards. An upper bed is equipped with horizontal guardrails and a 5-spoke ladder.
Twin Over Full Bunk Bed with Twin Trundle
Attractive traditional wooden bunk bed. Footboards, headboards and a banister are vertically slatted. A twin bed has horizontal rails. A trundle bed has casters and cutout edge grips. There are open niches under a staircase and 4 drawers in stairs.
Woodland Twin Over Full Bunk Bed with 2 Urban Lifestyle Bed Drawers and Staircase
Functional twin bed for a kid's room and more. It offers 2 spacious drawers and open shelves for storage. A stable construction is made of wood. The upper rails for added safety.
Twin Over Full Bunk Bed
A simple twin over full bunk bed that allows you to add some style and stability to the bedroom, making it an excellent addition to your kids' or guest room. The mattresses are supported by slats and you don't need to get a box spring.
Brady Twin Over Full Bunk Bed
With the stunning and charming white finish and the simple lines, this twin over full bunk bed will be just perfect for your kids' room, allowing them the perfect sleeping space and saving plenty of space in the process.
Unique bunk bed with asymmetric bed frames made of solid wood. Bulky looking and very sturdy. Simple and classic design features slat panel ends, a ladder and side rail supports on the upper bunk. Comes with trundle on wheels.
Cervia Full Over Full Bunk Bed
Saw this at Jordan Furniture. Thoughts-Would make the safety rail higher. Space under the loft bed has a 4 foot height. Assume bookcase on the right could be switched to the left and be under the loft bed. Stairs were an 18 " width with a 10" tread (B