Welcome to Bunk beds Bub
About us bunk beds hub. Our simple philosophy is to express the best quality of bunk beds. Our visitors seem to like it and we’re now USA’s greatest online bunk beds quality producer in worldwide.
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Our extensive range comprises the best USA made Bunk beds, the best from around the world, and all the famous designs.
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For more than 35 years, we have created modern bunk beds designed to be practical, timeless and comfortable. To us, modern isn’t a trend to be chased; it’s a way of living.
We design our bunk beds in-house taking inspiration from the enduring design movements of the past, particularly Shaker, America, Europe, Arts & Crafts and Modern. These eras share principles we consider fundamental to the good design, like honoring natural materials, working with simple, organic forms and making the functional beautiful. Our designs are rooted in this heritage but reinterpreted for life today.
“Don’t make something unless it is both necessary and useful; but if it is both necessary and useful, don’t hesitate to make it beautiful.”
— Shaker rule of thumb
We seek out partners who love their craft; learn more about these close collaborations.
MEET THE CRAFTSMEN
“What it comes down to is pride in what we do, every single day. It starts with us and if we love it, it trickles down to everyone we work with.”
— Todd Parks of MH Parks,
MATERIALS WITH INTEGRITY
Natural materials are a common thread woven through all of our furniture and accessories. We believe when you use natural elements, everything blends together seamlessly. Our respect for these materials leads us to source them responsibly.
“I think about every tree that is cut down and the power and privilege we have to extend its life and to display its beauty in the furniture we make.”
— David Allard of Lyndon Furniture,