For our children's furniture we use pollutant-free solid wood (pine and beech) from sustainable forestry. This has a living, "breathing" surface that contributes to a healthy indoor climate. Characteristic of our bunk beds and bunk beds, the 57 x 57 mm thick beams are cleanly ground and rounded. They are made of one piece, without glue joints.
Very good wood quality. Pine has been proven to be an excellent choice in the production of beds for hundreds of years. It has more of a lively appearance than beech.
Hardwood, only premium quality selected. Appearance more uniform than pine.
|oiled with honey colour||The honey-coloured oil is not recommended for beech, as the wood does absorb the colour pigments well.|
Example: RAL 5015
Example: RAL 5015
We will happily send you small wood samples. This service is completely free within Germany, Austria and Switzerland and to other countries we only charge for shipping. Please contact us and specify which of the wood finish options you would like to receive.
oil-waxed with Gormos (manufacturer: Livos)
The oil-wax finish protects the wood and dirt can no longer seep in.
oiled with honey colour (manufacturer: Leinos)
This oil highlights the natural structure of the wood, the appearance becomes more reddish and lively. Only possible with pine.
opaque colour, type of wood is no longer recognisable
wood grain is still visible
We only use water-based and saliva-resistant paints.
If beds are ordered varnished or glazed, we treat the ladder rungs and handles with oil-wax by default (instead of white/colour).
The paint material is already included in the extra charge for the colour service if you opt for one of the following frequently ordered colours:
If you would like to order a colour that is not listed here, simply specify the RAL number. There will be an extra charge for your individual choice of colour paint. You will receive the remaining paint with your order.
Note: Actual products may differ in grain and colour from the example images. Due to possible varying monitor settings and calibration, the colours on this page may not be an exact representation of the “real” colours.
Detail of a beam connection (here: beech beams). All beams are made of one piece of wood, without glued joints.