Adult Bunk Beds
While I do suggest a minimum of a 6.5 inch memory foam mattress for total comfort on the lower bunk, it’s not completely necessary on the top level. The top level of the bunk bed has a decent weight capacity of 225 pounds which is suitable for some overweight Adults. The lower bunk is where you have even more weight capacity freedom. A very generous 400 pound capacity is plenty for many us plus size people who need a space saving bunk with the added bonus of a cozy couch. I would easily recommend this heavy duty metal bunk bed to my slightly larger friends and family members in a heart beat. It’s such a great space saving idea for small apartments and bedrooms with a really nice clean and modern appeal to it. It’s worth noting that the bed size is a twin mattress, so if you require a larger sized bunk I would go with the full size metal bunk instead.
Adult Bunk Beds
If you’re asking me about large people and bunk beds as a temporary sleeping solution, I will say this. Have you considered taking or using folding beds designed for heavy people as your temporary option?. Some of them are rather comfortable and much safer in my opinion. However, not all’s lost if you’re 100% positive you need a heavy duty bunk bed. A few bunks were actually classified as heavy duty and did show really good potential as permanent bunk beds for us larger guys and gals. The bunk beds I found to be suitable for heavier people are listed below. Do also note the width of the bed as well. As you know, us bigger people are considerably wider then the normal folks.
Adult Bunk Beds
This bunk bed by Coaster Fine Furniture is one of the more stylish and modern bunk beds I’ve ever seen. Regardless if your big or small, I think this bunk bed could match many home decors. It looks just fabulous. Looks aside, it’s one mammoth of a bunk. As for floor space it takes up the same area as a queen bed would and the top bunk is the same size also.
Adult Bunk Beds
I got thinking that that there must be other heavy adults, or even overweight teenagers in this oversized population whom are put in a similar position. So after some solid research and trying out bunk beds first hand I’ve come to one conclusion. If you’re a big person, avoid bunk beds if possible. Maybe it’s my fear seeping through, but the majority of bunk beds available simply wouldn’t handle my large body night in night out. Just climbing on top for a few minutes is enough to hear and even see stress being put on the foundations of the bed. Not only that, but the shear difficulty of pulling yourself up the ladder is a really tough task. On the other hand it’s kind of a work out and one which over time would increase the upper body strength.
Adult Bunk Beds
Loft beds & bunk bedsFor highly comfortable sleepingAs well as making bedtime more fun, our sturdy bunk beds and loft beds let you use the same floor space twice. If you need the lower bunk only for sleepover guests, a few big cushions will help turn it into a cozy sofa. And underneath a loft bed is perfect for storage furniture or a desk or armchair. STORÅLoft bed frame$299.00
Adult Bunk Beds
Loft beds & bunk bedsFor highly comfortable sleepingAs well as making bedtime more fun, our sturdy bunk beds and loft beds let you use the same floor space twice. If you need the lower bunk only for sleepover guests, a few big cushions will help turn it into a cozy sofa. And underneath a loft bed is perfect for storage furniture or a desk or armchair.
This bunk bed is one of those products I think will last for quite some time. From first sight I can notice this heavy duty bunk bed is made from the high quality materials. Imagine a tank, and now imagine a bunk made from a tank. That’s how I vision this bed, very impressed by the strength of the build. It’s seems squeak free too. Unlike many other heavy duty metal bunk beds, this bed appears as tho it’s quite as a mouse.
This whopping 1000 lbs capacity bunk bed is proudly made in the USA by Room Doctor. Room Doctor specialize in quality wooden loft beds and bunk beds for heavy people. This particular bunk bed comes in natural timber look or stained to Golden Oak. Me personally, I would opt to paint the entire bed with a hard wearing non flaking paint. This is because, if the natural/stained timber gets chipped or damaged, it’s a nightmare to try and fix. Whereas you can just fill and touch up paint easily.
Probably the best aspect of this bunk is it’s ability to remove rail guards at will on all sides. While I would leave them all on, it’s still a handy feature for easy access to the top level via ladder. The ladder itself is not usually included with the bunk package and I highly recommend you buy one for safety. The option to buy the matching ladder is available at some stores and online. Overall, I really like this 100% real wood bunk bed. Because of how sturdy this bunk is, I would easily recommend it to most families of plus sizes. Having the 1000 pound rating can give many the confidence of climbing into bed with the kids to tuck them in and say goodnight.
When the client decided to remodel her guest bedroom, West Hollywood design firm Studio Lifestyle removed the existing king bed and installed adult-size bunk beds instead. The owner—a well-known comedian—often hosts out-of-town guests in her Bel Air home, and the bunks were a design decision that reflected her humorous personality. It was also the perfect solution for design partners Shannon Wollack and Brittany Zwickl. “This adds extra beds that will accommodate multiple visitors who don’t mind sharing a room but don’t want to share a bed,” Zwickl says. In this sophisticated version of a sleepover space, the designers fashioned the suite out of walnut, created beds in two sizes, and installed built-in shelves and a writing desk. “The client actually started sleeping in there more than in her master bedroom,” Wollack says. “She liked the cozy feeling of sleeping on the bottom trunk.” Read on for ideas on how to make the design work in your own guest bedroom.
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Partially Hanging Beds – If the swinging motion isn’t appealing but you like the look, consider a bed that’s just partially hung, and supported by other means. These handsome full-size bunk beds, designed by Laura U, are supported by floor-to-ceiling legs on three sides. The top bunk’s outside corner is braced by a rope-covered steel cable attached to a bolt and trusses above the ceiling.
As well as making bedtime more fun, our sturdy bunk beds and loft beds let you use the same floor space twice. If you need the lower bunk only for sleepover guests, a few big cushions will help turn it into a cozy sofa. And underneath a loft bed is perfect for storage furniture or a desk or armchair.
While this oversized bunk bed is considerably difficult to put together from scratch, it’s well worth it. I would allow a couple hours to put it together and preferably get another pair of helping hands to make the awkward parts not so difficult. Once set up of the bunk is in place, you can notice how sturdy and strong this bunk bed is just by its appearance. The quality materials yet sleek design combine for one heck of a space saving sleeping arrangement.
Being a twin size bed measuring in at 41.5 inches wide, it may not be suitable for the very wide people. Again, bunk beds aren’t really appropriate for the really heavy people anyways in my opinion, unless you plan on sleeping on the lower bed. In this case, it’s fine. Plus you mat not hit your head when you sit up on the lower bed either as it’s got quite a big gap between the two beds.
As for weight capacity, the user manual states it to hold 400 lbs on the top bunk which is quite sufficient in my opinion. I couldn’t imagine too many 400 pound people would want to voluntarily sleep on the top of a bunk. However if you are 200-350 pounds in weight, this 400 lb capacity gives you some leverage.