Assembling Atlantic Columbia Staircase Bunk Bed

Atlantic Furniture Columbia staircase bunk bed is one of the most popular products. Functional design is safe for children, durable & well-built, and space-saving. The staircase bunk bed uses hardwood frame, finished with a unique multi-step process (available in Caramel Latte, Antique Walnut, White, and Natural Maple). Perfect for small kids bedrooms, this bunk bed will improve any space without losing comfort or functionality.

Now we’re going to show you how to assemble Columbia Staircase Bunk Bed.

You will require a Phillips head screwdriver and an Allen wrench.

01 - Overwatch

List of Hardware:

02 - Hardware List

List of Parts:

03 - Parts List

STEP 1:

Attach the long rails (12) to the A upper panel (02) and B upper panel (03), using JCB M6 X 3 ½” (A), and barrel nut (F). Tighten with the Allen wrench (O).

04 - Step ONE

STEP 2:

Lay the twin slat kit (15) onto the bed. Fix in place using wood screws provided in the slat kit box.

05 - Step TWO

STEP 3:

Attach the guard rails (11) to the upper panel assemblies using JCB M6 X 3 ½” (A), and barrel nut (F). Tighten with the Allen wrench (O).

06 - Step THREE

STEP 4:

Attach the short guard rail (05) to the end caps (04), using JCB M6 X 2 1/4”(B), and barrel nut (F). Tighten with the Allen wrench (O).

07 - Step FOUR

STEP 5:

Attach the short guard rail assemblies to the upper panel assemblies as shown below, using wood screw (J), tighten with the Phillips head screwdriver.

08 - Step FIVE

STEP 6:

Attach the long rails (12) to the lower panel (10) using JCB M6 X 3 ½” (A), and barrel nut (F). Tighten with the Allen wrench (O). Full lower panel shown. Twin over Twin bunk use Twin lower panel.

09 - Step SIX

STEP 7:

Lay the full slat kit (16) onto the bed. Fix in place using wood screws provided in the slat kit box.

10 - Step SEVEN

STEP 8:

Insert metal pins (G) into the holes on top of the lower panels. Lift the upper panels onto the lower panels as shown, and fit the metal pins into the holes in the bottom of the upper panel legs.

11 - Step EIGHT

STEP 9:

Insert wooden dowel (I) into the lower staircase drawer step (13) as shown below.

12 - Step NINE

STEP 10:

Lift the upper staircase drawer step (14) onto the lower staircase drawer step (13) as shown below and fit the wooden dowel into the holes in the bottom of the upper staircase drawer step (14).

13 - Step TEN

STEP 11:

Attach the small back guard rail (07) to the wood bracket (06) . Using JCB M6 X 1 1/2” (C ) and cap nut (H). Tighten with the Allen wrench (O).

14 - Step ELEVEN

STEP 12:

Attach the small guard rail assemblies to the staircase assemblies as shown below . Using wooden dowel (I) and wood screw (K) tighten with the Phillips head screwdriver.

15 - Step TWELVE

STEP 13:

Attach the small side guard rail (08) to the staircase assemblies as shown below. Using JCB M6 X 1 1/2” (C), tighten with the Allen wrench (O).

16 - Step THIRTEEN

STEP 14:

Attach the staircase guard rail (09) to the staircase assemblies as shown below. Using JCB M6 X 1 1/4” (D) and JCB M6 X 2 1/4”(B), tighten with the Allen wrench (O).

17 - Step FOURTEEN

STEP 15:

Move the bunk bed and staircase assemblies where you want to place them in the room. Attach staircase assembly to the bunk bed assembly as shown below. Fix wood bracket to upper bunk panel using wood screws as shown.

18 - Step FIFTEEN

Congratulations! Your Columbia Staircase Bunk Bed is now ready for use. We recommend that you double check that all screws are tight, and that all parts are secure before use. Periodically check that all screws are tight to ensure lasting safety.

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