Queen Loft Bed
For the folks that don't like to sleep alone.
With a queen size loft bed, you can regain valuable space in your home without jeopardizing your quality of sleep. This bed is extremely sturdy (zero sway), so you can rest assured that your adult lifestyle will remain unhindered. Use the space underneath for a desk, loveseat, reading area, or extra storage.Start Building
We believe in integrity, trust, and customer SERVICE, If you are not satisfied with your order, you may return the bed within 30 days and we will refund you in full, minus shipping & handling.
We source all of our materials from Georgia, and build each bed to order right here in Ohio, which means we are proud to be completely American Made.
Our beds are certifiably safe, conforming to the latest consumer product safety standards, so you can rest assured that you won’t be going anywhere but to sleep.
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Our beds not only save you tons of space, but will look great in your home.
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Angie Dye from Hershey, PA
These are the best bunk/loft beds out there! We purchased two loft beds with desks below for our teen daughters. It transformed their previously messy room into something amazing. The lofts are extremely sturdy, with clean lines. It was one of the few options available that did not come preassembled and the parts could easily be moved to their upstairs bedroom (a previous try from a teen furniture store was disastrous when the bed would not fit up our 1950’s staircase and had to be sent back). We had our handyman install them for us, but he was done in a few hours and said installation instructions were very clear and it was a simple job. Love these beds. My girls adore them and their new room. Thank you!
Kelsey C from Chicago, Illinois
We got a queen loft bed for each of our two boys and we absolutely love them!! Well worth every penny. The beds are quality made, look great and will last for years! They are very sturdy. We have gotten so many compliments on them. Each loft bed has a fire pole attached, making it super easy and fun for them to come down. It’s a kid’s dream! Along with a fire pole we also have a staircase where they store their toys and a desk under each loft bed where they enjoy having their own space to work. It’s the perfect set up for a kid and a great investment that will take them through the teen years and beyond. If you are looking for a quality loft bed you can’t get any better than this one! Thank you for making such a great bed!
Justin Andrews from San Francisco, California
I absolutely love my loft bed. I figured it was going to be stable, but it has exceeded my expectations, and I look forward to owning it for the rest of my life. I also have a very small room, and the ability to expand my space has changed my ability to live comfortably in my space. Thank you for making such a great product!
Ryan Hunter from Fernie, British Columbia
Cool industrial design, high build quality, not from IKEA. Super sturdy (I can do pull ups off mine), yet surprisingly light weight, being aluminum. Definitely worth the investment if you live in a small space. In my opinion so much better than a Murphy bed.
Dan Beery from Lauderdale by the Sea, Florida
I have a small apartment by the beach in Florida, and needed to make the most of my very small space. I got the queen size loft and customized it to make it into a very cool storage room under my bed. (I will send pictures, it turned out very, very nice) It is built like an aluminum tank, and is solid as a rock. A part was damaged during shipping, and they took care of me completely. 100% satisfied! Product is great, the people were fantastic. This is a first class operation all the way! Highly recommend.
Kyle from San Jose, California
Very convenient and novel bed frame. I in a small apartment in Los Angeles, CA and this loft bed saves me a lot of space! The sturdiness and quality of the frame is unmatched when compared to other loft-style beds we've seen from local stores. The frame is solid and does not rock or shake uncomfortably. The neutral style and various color options helps it fit into any bedroom theme.
Dave from Los Angeles, California
it's not the least expensive bed but too often you get what you pay for. pretty easy to put together. i did it myself but it helps having a second person. the bed is solid. we went with the ladder but i'm not 15 years old and my feet recommended the steps/stairs. much easier. plus there's the storage. would i recommend this bed? yes. peace.
Steve from Cambridge, Massachusetts
This bed-frame is absolutely rock-solid, I love it. I was worried about the height being too low at first, but it turned out totally fine. The ladder's a little tough to get up and down, so we'll probably build some stairs to go with at some point, but yeah, the thing is pricey but it's great.
Sherry S from Scottsdale, Arizona
My 6' teenage son is extremely happy with his new loft bed. I'm having trouble actually getting him to come down!
Anna Bjorkman from CT
we assembled the Queen Loft bed yesterday and it is super super sturdy ! The old bunk we bought at IKEA swayed and \"squeaked\" every time we touched the ladder, but this Francis loft bed did not make any sounds. the ladder is secure and the legs are super sturdy. I\'m giving this only 4 stars because of the terrible instruction manual. The pictures were tiny and while each \"part\" was labeled with a letter at the top legend, they were not referenced at all in the actual instructions. Most manufacturers have a stickered letter on the pieces so you know what you\'re dealing with. IKEA assembly booklets run for pages and pages, with enlarged view clearly showing which direction the holes should be facing (and how not to face them) to avoid error and having to \"take it apart and re-do.\" There isn\'t a picture of the \"final\" part diagram detailing where they considered what \"front\" vs. \"back\" was; so while we thought \"back\" legs meant \"foot board\" side, their \"back\" referred to the side of the bed that goes against the wall, furthest from you. Their first step was to assemble guard rail to \"front bed posts\" - but the pictures are so tiny, there was really NO way to know definitively which of the 4 legs were considered \"front\" - and needless to say we had to remount the brackets 2x before we got it right since we had bought an additional end guard rail. I think this should the LAST step once all of the pieces come together, and not the FIRST step when you can\'t even understand what they consider to be left / right / front / back. Altogether, took 2 of us 4-5 hours to full assemble due to bad instructions.