Matrix Triple Bunk Beds are the perfect solution for children sharing a bedroom or having lots of slumber parties. Just think about the fun three kiddos will have sharing a room with a bed that easily accommodates all three! We have so many triple bed solutions, and you can customize the look that works well with your space. We've rounded up our most popular setups below, or take a look at more triple options.
The Triple Corner Bunk utilizes the corner space in the bedroom so having three beds in the room doesn’t take up a lot of floor space. With two beds up high and one down low, you can add a study desk or storage underneath.
You can configure Matrix Triple Bunks in several different ways. If you want to have all three bunk beds on the same wall, choose a stacked triple bunk. This bunk configuration works well in rooms with higher ceilings. Two ladders allow for easy access to the middle and top bunks. See how one Mom, Megan Zietz, styled her sturdy triple bunk bed and read her responses to some of the most recently asked questions about their bed, including bed height and changing bedding.
If you prefer to have an L-shaped configuration, you can choose a full bottom bunk with the top bunks arranged in an "L" formation called corner bunk beds. Access to both top beds is easy with two ladders or a ladder and a staircase arrangement.
The empty space underneath one of the upper beds can be left open for play space or utilized for a study area or storage with Maxtrix casegoods.
All Maxtrix Triple Bunk Beds have a variety of entry options. You can choose a straight ladder, angled ladder or staircase with storage underneath each step. Our most popular option with a staircase is called the Tertiary - plus each step is a drawer!
Matrix angled ladders have an added safety rail for extra security when climbing. Our ladders have grooved steps to provide extra security for little feet. Maxtrix ladders are designed to hold the weight of both children and adults – you don’t have to worry about climbing up to tuck your child in on our beds.
The Trio has two ladders instead of a staircase on one side. This is a preferred option for smaller rooms that may not have the width for a staircase - see Sterling's Room Makeover featuring the Trio.
You can choose two twin size bunks for the upper beds and a full-size bunk for the lower bed if you want to have extra room for a guest or snuggling up for a bedtime story. Full size bottoms on the triple bunks are also ideal for vacation homes where extra sleeping room is often desired. This setup is called the Triathlon.
If you want a more traditional look (and maybe you don't always need that third bed!) opt for a bunk bed with pullout trundle. The bed easily slides back in when unused.
Matrix Triple Bunk Beds, like all Matrix kids’ beds are made of premium grade hardwoods like Maple, Birch and Aspen. We use only “select grade” wood which means there are no knots in the wood to weaken and crack or break easily. Lower grade woods are known to yellow, crack, or warp over time, shortening the life of the furniture. Maxtrix beds are built to stand the test of time and follow your child from their first toddler bed to the Triple Bunk Bed for their college dorm.
Design Your Triple Bunk Bed
The friendly team at Matrix is available to help you choose your Triple Bunk Bed and get the configuration you want for your child’s room. Start the process with our Build Your Bed questionnaire or use our live chat tool, and we will be happy to tell you more about the Matrix line of children’s furniture. Our triple bunk beds are one of many unique beds for kids. See our most popular unique beds, and start shopping our collections.
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