High Rise Platform Bed
• Low Loft Bed
If you need more storage space in your room but don't want to
sleep five feet off the floor in a tall loft bed, then our High Rise Platform Bed (also
referred to as a Low Loft Bed) is just the
solution you need for your dorm room or apartment. It is raised just enough to allow you to slide your
personal items underneath and still not be very high off the ground. The
legs are 39" tall and there is 30" of storage space underneath,
enough room to place a large sized footlocker, filing cabinet, mini-refrigerator
or dresser underneath. You can also place your less frequently used items
such as winter skis, golf clubs or extra clothes underneath, freeing up valuable
living space in the rest of your room.
The High Rise Bed comes in Twin, Full and Queen sizes, has a
weight capacity of 1000 lbs. and is also
available with the
option. You may also add a
to the bed.
For young children, this is a great way to gain more storage
space underneath, and still not be too high off the ground. As your child
gets older, you can convert it to a tall loft bed with our
for more information.
High Rise Bed with High Rise Bed with Double
Headboard Bookshelf Headboard and Desktop
High Rise Bed with the Youth Safety Rails
High Rise Bed with Double Bookshelf Headboard
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I order the High Rise Bed a little Shorter? Yes, we can cut it down to whatever size you need. There is
no charge to cut it down to a smaller size. Enter your specifications into
the box provided during checkout.
Can I order the High Rise Bed a little Taller?
Yes. If you want the legs taller than 39" then you need to
order a Tall Loft Bed and we can cut it down to your specifications. There
is no charge to cut a Tall Loft Bed down to a smaller size. Enter your
specifications into the box provided during checkout.
Can I order the Youth Safety Rails with the
High Rise Bed? Yes. The
may be added to the High
For young children, can I start off with the
high rise bed and later on convert it to a tall loft bed? Yes.
We have a
for more information.
My dorm room already has a small desk, why do I need your desktop? The desk provided in your dorm room makes a great TV stand.
I am short, if I get the desktop, how do I then get on and
off the bed?
using a small step stool. You can slide it under your bed when not in use.
A nice unit is available from
. While you are there
check out the other storage boxes
that can be stored underneath your bed.
The college footlocker shown below adds a lot of storage
space and can be
locked to store your laptop, iPod and other valuables. It is available