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Functionality meets quality to make this Sunset Twin Metal Loft Bed with Workstation durable constructed. Sturdy quality and elegant appearance gives the modern look. Built-in ladder and workstation ensures that comfort is the main feature. But powder-coated finish will complement a variety of style combinations, making this an easy piece to integrate into your design.
Now we are going to show you how to assemble the coziest Bed – Sunset Twin Metal Loft Bed with Workstation.
Remove the bolts, washers and plastic plugs shown above from the bunk bed frame.
Remove the long crossbar from the bunk bed frame and turn it over so the screw holes are facing
forward. Reattach the long crossbar to the bunk bed frame using the bolts and washers from Step 1.
Loosen, but do not remove the bolts that anchor the short crossbars to the bunk bed frame.
Attach angle brackets (E) to crossbars (1,2) using medium bolts (A) and washers (B).
Attach crossbars (1,2) to the bunk bed frame using medium bolts (A) and washers (B). Retighten
the bolts that secure the short crossbars.
Attach shelf racks (5) to shelf crossbar (6) using large bolts (C). Build each shelf by attaching shelf
supports (7,8) to shelf top (9) using small bolts (D) and washers (B).
Attach the assembled shelves from Step 6 to shelf racks (5) by inserting them in at the desired
height and gently pushing down to lock in place.
Attach the shelf assembly from Step 7 to the bunk bed frame using extra-large bolts (H) and
Attach desk crossbars (4) to the bunk bed frame using medium bolts (A).
Attach keyboard sliders (10,11) to keyboard tray (12) using small screws (J).
Attach the keyboard assembly from Step 10 to crossbars (4) using small bolts (D) and washers (B).
Attach the desk top (13) to the bunk bed frame using medium screws (G) on either end, and large
screws (F) at the keyboard tray assembly.
You’ve done it!