The epoch design Radia Twin Loft bed is a very sleek looking well designed bed for any child over 6 and under 12 (in our opinion). The bed is well made, has a great design that really makes the valuable space in a kids room work well. Let’s face it bunk beds are always fun and the majority of kids that sleep in them want to be on top. On the bottom instead of a second bed you have a well constructed computer desk with several drawers, cabinets, and a cubby hole to put everything a kid needs to play games and do homework away.
The bed itself is constructed of Birch wood and Birch veneers. Birch is a hardwood and the bed is a big upgrade from say… something you would find at a Walmart made out of particle board (or sawdust and glue). The Radia twin Loft Bed has a multi-coat lacquer finish, mortise and tenon joinery and metal to metal hardware connections to increase safety and stability.
The integrated “Work Space” (although I’m not sure I’d call anything that had to do with kids work) includes a ladder, safety side rails, sliding pegboard with wire baskets, sliding cork board, printer tray, alarm clock tray and a rolling media cart.
What it doesn’t come with is:
You can find chairs just about anywhere, and the Radia Twin Loft Bed accommodates any standard twin size mattress.
All in all it is a very nice configuration, it is durable, and designed well. It’s also a pretty good deal at about $1,000 on the Internet. The resale value looks to be around $400. We’re giving Radia Twin Loft Bed by epoch designs a 2014 Reviewboard Best Buy Award.