Versatility in furniture requires both technical knowledge and creative innovation. The new University Loft collections showcase this combination. Whatever the room layout or situation, University Loft designs dorm furniture for maximum utility while remaining faithful to style. Space is adapted in creative, functional ways for student use. This reasonably priced dorm furniture is innovative yet crafted with old-fashioned quality. University Loft utilizes solid wood, not particle board, and the drawers are joined together with English dovetail joints, not just glue. The laminate tops carry 10-year warranties. The University Loft collections are designed to fulfill many different student dorm room needs.
University Loft Twin Bed Collection
The University Loft Twin Bed Collection features the basic twin bed with 11 different spring height options. Two-drawer chests are made to save space by stacking under the bed side-by-side in exact fit or can be stacked atop each other. The pedestal desk and two-position chair and carrel make a perfect study and work area.
University Loft Junior Loft Collection
The University Loft Junior Loft Collection helps maximize limited living space. All beds in these collections are made for tool-less assembly and take only minutes to set up. A three-drawer chest can stand alone or be put under the bed. The pedestal desk and chair make great study space additions as well.
University Loft Open Loft Collection
With the University Loft Open Loft Collection, you can make absolute maximum use of space with a possible arrangement of the loft bed over the pedestal desk and three-drawer chest or place them anywhere you like! The carrel and two-position chair complete the study area.
University Loft Bunk Bed Collection
The University Loft Bunk Bed Collection makes maximum use of space for two or more students by bunk bed utilization, along with drawer chests that can be set beneath the bed. In this configuration, the pedestal desk and two-position chair often fit very well at the foot of the bunk beds or against the wall. Beds, guardrails, and ladder are child safety regulation-compliant as well.