A Queen Bunk Bed is a great sleeping and space saving option for bedrooms as well as for rooms in a cabin, vacation home, or rental properties. A queen over queen bunk bed is a popular option in Airbnbs and VRBOs. Usually made of solid wood or metal, they come in many style and color options to fit your aesthetic and decor. Easy and safe access to the top sleeping space is typically achieved with bunk bed ladders or stairs. They will hold both kids, teens, young adults, and most are suitable for large adults, having weight capacities up to 2200lbs!
We have both low and high queen size bunk beds to fit different room configurations as well as queen L shaped bunk beds. We even have triple bunk configurations. Options such as under bed storage drawers or xl trundles can be used to maximize your floor space. Stairs instead of a ladder can make getting to the top bunk easier and often have storage built into the steps. With many options to consider our expert shoppers are happy to lend their design and furniture expertise. Simply reach out via chat, email, or phone and we would be happy to help you with your project. Thanks for your support and we look forward to helping you in choosing the perfect queen bunk bed for your needs.
1. Is there such thing as a queen bunk bed? - Yes, absolutely and they have been gaining in popularity. Check out the upward move in Google Trends for 'queen bunk bed'. What we haven't seen yet is a bunk in a king or california king size although we have had people inquire about them.
2. Do loft beds come in queen size? - A similar queston and again the answer is yes. In fact we have a category dedicated to the queen loft.
3. Are bunk and loft beds safe for adults? - Check the manufacturer suggested weight capacities against your needs. We have designs that can support up to 2200 lbs.! That's overkill for most people, but again it depends on your use case and what gives you peace of mind. All our beds meet or exceed Federal standards and CSPC requirements.
4. What age should you stop having a bunk bed? - This is mostly a subjective question as long as you can safely climb a ladder or steps into the top bunk. For younger children the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CSPC) suggest that children under the age of 6 should not sleep in the top. For more detail about Federal Law and CSPC recommendations on bunk beds read our article.