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Girl's Loft & Storage Twin Bed™

Bedtime will be your little girl’s favorite time with this glamorous pink bed. The Girl’s Loft & Storage Twin Bed™ is a dream come true to complete the perfect pink bedroom fantasy for your little girl. This pink twin bed is completely open under the bed frame designed for maximum storage space. Made in USA

  • Large space under this pink bed provides over 28 cubic feet (0.79 cubic meter) of storage
  • Side rails will help your little girl feel secure in her big kid bed
  • “Wood” texturing of the Girl’s Loft & Storage Twin Bed will blend well with the décor of a child’s bedroom
  • Center climbing ladder helps build strength and coordination
  • Fits standard twin mattress (not included)
  • Durable, easy to clean and comes with a 3 year warranty
  • Kid's twin bed also available in blue and tan
  • Requires a support board size: 38” (96.52 cm) x 74-1/2” (189.23 cm) x 1-1/2” to 4” (3.81 cm to 10.16 cm) (not included)
  • Storage bins and stool featured in the pictures of this pink twin bed are not included
  • Maximum weight: 300 lbs (136 kg)
  • Adult assembly required
Recommended Age: 3 and up
Product Number: 834200
Dimensions: 44.00 H 85.00 W 47.25 D
Weight: 100.00 lbs
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Girl's Loft & Storage Twin Bed™
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Step2.com Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Mary M: For my daughter transitioning from crib to bed. May 20, 2014
Lucy V: I purchased this item for my toddler to give her an incentive to sleep in her own room. As bonus she can store her toys underneath her bed, so she can learn to keep her room tidy and neat! Mar 14, 2014
Darlene D: For my 2 year old grand daughter Dec 30, 2013
Kathryn G: My daughter is small for 5, and isn't sleeping well in a full/queen bed, but is too big for a toddler bed, and this was a great option. Dec 29, 2013
Cynthia G: This is the bed my daughter requested for her toddler. She believes Step2 is a good brand, high quality, sturdy. I would have liked to order the storage bins as well. Dec 15, 2013
Cynthia L: my daughter wanted a pink bed and this one looks awesome! love the funness of it and so does she from the pics Dec 5, 2013
Heather G: My daughter wanted it from Santa Nov 25, 2013
SUSAN F: TO MAKE THE MOST OUT OF THE SPACE IN MY DAUGHTERS ROOM May 27, 2013
Holly D: I thought it would be a more fun option as a big girl bed. Hopefully it will encourage her to sleep in her own bed and leave ours. May 21, 2013
Carmen B: A gift for my very special granddaughter. May 12, 2013
A shopper asked: how long do you think till the doors will be manufactured for this bed?
will this happen before the holidays or how long?
im super excited to get this bed
Dec 4, 2013
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KearstonZ: Step 2 either needs to re-fabricate the bed so it does not have unfinished plastic overhangs above the storage area as well as obvious hinges for a door or they need to bring back the doors. The bed is so cool but looks unfinished and messy without the doors. If they have no intention of providing the doors then remove the plastic areas that would hold the doors so it looks like a loft bed instead of a bed missing doors. At one time they did have doors, Walmart has reviews dating back to 2010 where people comment on the doors which were sold with the bed under the title "step2 lifestyle twin." May 12, 2014
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Karen H: I just got off the phone with a representative who said they are not going to make the doors and that they haven't received any complaints well I complained and there are complaints on the internet about the bed not having doors. Some where there is a mis communication. So now they have lost out on at least a 6 bed purchase. To bad Nov 11, 2014
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Karen H: I have 8 kids and I have the original bed with the doors not having them prevents me from buying anymore are they going to have the doors on the new ones? It looks real sloppy with no doors but is great to put bins under and be able to hide with them Nov 11, 2014
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Step2Staff: Unfortunately, we do not offer doors for the Loft & Storage Bed at this time. We will pass your feedback along to our Marketing department. Nov 14, 2014
Lanay B: im confused the pink doors no longer come as part of the bed? Dec 22, 2013
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Lindsey L: Why were the doors removed in the first place? Feb 2, 2014
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Step2Staff: We do not have an estimated time frame for an updated model of this bed with doors at this time. Dec 4, 2013
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A shopper asked: The beds' dimensions are listed at 44 x 85 while standard Twin Size mattress is 48 x 75. How does that work? Isn't it a bit too wide for the mattress? I am aware that some sort of support board needs to be purchased and that takes another 40 dollars or so. It does not seem very budget friendly :(

Why was it made so much wider?
Sep 3, 2013
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Eric L.: Referring to the earlier question and this one, if I use a standard 39x75 twin mattress, can you clarify whether there is 1 1/4 inches between the mattress and the left/right sides of the bed, the head/foot of the bed, or all sides of the bed? Thank you. Sep 18, 2013
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Step2Staff: This loft bed fits a 39" x 75" standard twin mattress. The dimensions of this kids bed are measured from the outermost parts. Because of the loft style, a support board is required. Sep 4, 2013
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Holly W asked: Where do you purchase the pink storage bins that are shown under the bed? Aug 24, 2013
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Step2Staff: The storage bins shown under the pink and white twin bed are the Step2 Happy Totes. They are currently only available in the international market. They are 16 gallons the dimensions are 16.375” H x 24.875” W x 18.875” D. Aug 27, 2013
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Jennifer M asked: I want to get the board to support the mattress! Can it be less then 1.25"? May 9, 2014
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Step2Staff: This twin bed requires a 38" x 74 1/2" x 1 1/2 to 4" support board. May 9, 2014
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Jennifer M: OK but like what kinda board? MDF ok? MDF is only 3/4" can I put 2 together? May 9, 2014
Step2Staff: No, we do not recommend a board other than a 38" (96.52 cm) x 74-1/2" (189.23 cm) x 1-1/2" to 4" (3.81 cm to 10.16 cm) bunkie board. May 15, 2014
jackie p: were can the board be purchased? Home depot? Oct 15, 2014
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Darlene D: Yes!
We put 3/4" plywood on ours!
May 9, 2014
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A shopper asked: Once the mattress is in is there extra space around the bed? May 21, 2013
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Ashley G: Yes, we just purchased this. The bed is good quality and my daughter is in love with it. However, there is extra space between the mattress and sides which is a pain. Also, the pictured showed the bottom of the bed to be solid straight line across the bottom and instead it's some strange design May 21, 2013
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Step2Staff: This bed is set up in our lobby. We have a standard twin mattress in the bed and there is about 1 1/4 inches between the mattress and the bed. May 22, 2013
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Amanda S asked: I haven't put this bed together yet, I am worried that when I want to move out of my apartment I wont be able to take it apart (as parts need to be hammered into place). Is there a way to take this bed apart once it is completely assembled? Apr 20, 2014
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Step2Staff: To disassemble this bed, please follow the assembly instructions in reverse order. Apr 22, 2014
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Shelly L: I had this question too and that seems like a good plan but HOW? How do those black pieces get taken out? Sep 26, 2014
A shopper asked: I know the description says a support board is needed for this bed. Is there any type of support with the bed - rails across where the mattress goes? Also, what are the dimensions from the base (where the mattress lays) to the top of the pink sides? Thank you! Feb 9, 2014
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Step2Staff: There are two types of support rails that are included with the Loft & Storage Bed. There are two wood rails that go on each end of the bed. Also, the two plastic rails go in the middle in between each side of the ladder. It is 20" in depth from base to sides. Feb 10, 2014
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Lindsey L asked: How durable/practical is this bed if my daughter still likes to cuddle with me before bed? Also, what is the oldest age your children have been interested in this bed? She is 4.5 and really wants it, but I want her to enjoy it for at least the next 3 to 3.5 years. (until she is 8 maybe?) Feb 2, 2014
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Mary F: My daughter is a cuddler too and its not practical if you still want to do that. It only holds 300lbs and the only thing holding up the mattress is 2 pieces of wood and 2 pieces of plastic. She's 3 and she loves it but I don't think she's going to want it for another 4 years. Feb 3, 2014
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Eric L. asked: Referring to the earlier question and this one, if I use a standard 39x75 twin mattress, can you clarify whether there is 1 1/4 inches between the mattress and the left/right sides of the bed, the head/foot of the bed, or all sides of the bed? Thank you. Sep 19, 2013
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Step2Staff: The inside dimensions of the bed are 38.5” side to side and 77” head to foot board. Sep 23, 2013
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A shopper asked: What are the packaging dimensions (i.e. number and size of boxes)? Aug 12, 2013
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Step2Staff: This twin girl's bed ships in one box. The packaging dimensions are 46.75" x 25" x 24" and it weighs 91 lbs. Aug 12, 2013
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A shopper asked: Any thoughts and selling the doors since the hinges are still in the design of this bed and is noticeably there? Aug 2, 2013
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Step2Staff: Thank you all for the great feedback about your feelings with respect to the doors. This feedback has been shared with the Product Management staff and Engineers and we are looking into a way to bring the doors back to this product based on your feedback. Aug 2, 2013
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A shopper asked: What is the width and length of this bed?want to know for space reasons Jul 10, 2013
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Step2Staff: The width of this kid's bed is 44 inches and the length is 85 inches. Jul 12, 2013
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A shopper asked: Hi, where can I purchase a support board for this bed? Jun 22, 2013
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Step2Staff: If you would like to purchase a bunkie board, here are details around the purchase of those.

Crate and Barrel http://www.crateandbarrel.com/bunky-board/f30646?a=1736
Amazon http://www.amazon.com/Acme-02529-Twin-Bunkie-Board/dp/B006U3AAY2
Gallery Furniture http://www.galleryfurniture.com/twin-bunkie-board

Hopefully others who have purchased this product can let you know what they have used, if not a bunkie board.
Jul 8, 2013
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A shopper asked: Does this bed require a bunkie board like the older version? May 27, 2013
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Step2Staff: This bed does require a support board size 38" x 74.5" and 1.5" - 4" in thickness. May 28, 2013
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A shopper asked: What is the weight limit for the bed? May 24, 2013
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Step2Staff: The maximum weight limit for this kid's bed is 300 lbs. May 24, 2013
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A shopper asked: Can you play under the bed? May 21, 2013
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Step2Staff: We recommend that the space under this kid bed be used for storage. Jun 6, 2013
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A shopper asked: When a twin size mattress is placed, how much of a side rail is there at the point where the ladder is positioned, also on the actual side rails. Is there an option to purchase stairs rather than ladder on one side as well? May 21, 2013
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Step2Staff: With a standard size twin mattress, there is 12 inches from the mattress to the top side of the bed (the pink area). There is six inches from the mattress to the top of the ladder. May 22, 2013
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randy m asked: why do you guys keep saying your working on the doors since last year and why is it still labeled new since last year?
how long do you think till the new model is ready?
Apr 4, 2014
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A shopper asked: Why iz the bed SO pricey??? You still have to order bunky board AND storage bins!! Love the bed but seems way over priced!!! Sep 29, 2013
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