Custom Bunk Beds

Vacation rental property and home owners just love our custom built-in bunk beds that maximize space utilization and add tons of storage in stairwell drawers and drawers built under the bottom bunks. Our bunks are rock solid, sturdy beds attached to the studs of your walls. Beautiful, strong, smart design, well-engineered bunk beds that will serve you for many years to come. Get you one or two!

Custom Built-In Bunk Beds

ReVision Residential is well-known for our premium, handmade woodworking bunk beds and bedroom furniture products. There is no comparison between our wall-anchored, built-in bunks and your run-of-the-mill, freestanding, wobbly bunk beds often purchased from online furniture stores.

We offer many types of custom built-in bunk beds to suit your home’s unique style and layout. Our well engineered, sturdy bunk beds will meet your household’s growing needs for extra space to accommodate friends and family alike. Our beautiful, functional and strong bunk beds are especially popular with the local vacation rental property owners and resorts. Below are a few of the models that we offer affectionately named after our awesome customers.

Every bunk bed is tailored to your home’s Layout!

ReVision Residential bunk beds are custom designed for your home’s floor plan. We anchor our bunk beds to the studs of the adjoining walls which strengthens the bed and maximizes your floor space, even in very cramped lofts and underutilized spaces. Once you approve our AutoCAD design, we build the beds onsite inside your home or rental property. Onsite construction is required since our beds are attached to your walls and, we eliminate any guesswork when crafting the fit and finish of each bed and any accessories such as stairs, bookshelves, drawers, handrails, etc.. Our process iterated over many custom builds, ensures that you will be delighted with the outcome.

Triple queen-over-queen bunk beds – Johnson project
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Why Choose Us?

If you’re looking to add bunk beds to one of your home’s bedrooms and you’re trying to understand the difference between built-in bunk beds and freestanding bunk beds, you’ve come to the right place. There is a significant cost difference, that becomes apparent almost immediately. The question is why. Production beds are made to varying levels of quality and there’s a lot to consider. We will try to help you sort through what’s important and what’s just white noise.
As a conscientious homeowner with children or even grandchildren, you’re going to want the best for your kid’s safety and also you’ll want the design and style to match your home’s unique look and feel. Along with realtors, and property management companies, another common customer we see is our absentee owners of vacation rental properties. As somebody in this position, it is your responsibility to look out for the safety of your guests both when they’re awake and while they sleep. Naturally, you will have to consider the safety of your bunk beds. The simple fact is that the amount of foot traffic in, out, and all around your beds will be significantly higher than the average homeowner.
It’s not only renters that cause wear and tear on your bunk beds, it’s also the cleaning company and their employees who will be climbing in and out of these beds. We’ve pulled failing bunks out of rental units many times and replaced them with built-in bunks because the freestanding bunks were not designed to handle the strain and stress of high-volume rental activity.

No matter your goal, besides budget, it’s going to boil down to choosing the option with superior looks, quality, and strength.

We don’t expect anybody to understand on “Day One” of their research what factors contribute to higher-quality bunk beds. It’s important to outline your purchase goals and ensure that the bunk bed product you choose meets those goals exactly.

1. Supplemental Racking Strength
It’s important to understand that the most dangerous forces that impact a bunk bed are lateral in nature. Basically, the forces generated on the bed cause it to rock or move from side to side. Every time a person enters or exits the bed, the bunk bed structure will experience stress that can test the overall racking strength of the unit. Kids playing and wrestling (on the upper bunk especially) can cause side-to-side forces and place a strain on all the joinery of the bed’s structural parts like the bed frame’s posts and beams.
Our beds are inherently safer than freestanding bunks by way of their engineering and design. Let’s take a look at some of these important ingredients that are baked into every one of our bunk beds. Structural Lag Screws (attached from the frame to the wall studs) The wall studs of your home once wrapped with sheathing create an incredibly strong structure that can withstand strong forces from nature and vibrations generated internally and externally throughout your home.

2. Layered Joinery
We combine the strategic use of multiple techniques and components:
–  metal brackets
– pocket holes
– mortise & tenon joinery
– construction adhesive

3. Load Transfer Engineering
In addition to our superior joinery, we stack and organize the intersections of our structural wood parts to transfer the loads from the upper bunk all the way down to the ground using widely accepted construction principles (the same principles used in new home construction) that ensures loads are safely transferred down to the floor of your home.

Boom! ReVision Residential Queen Over Queen w/ Drawer Stairs built-in bunk beds
Boom! ReVision Residential Queen-Over-Queen w/ Drawer Stairs custom built-in bunk beds – Chinchilla project

Supplemental Racking Strength

Load Transfer Engineering

The load path is simply the direction in which each consecutive load will pass through connected members. The sequence commences at the highest point of the structure working all the way down to the footing system, ultimately transferring the total load of the structure to the foundation. Load path issues often show themselves as connection failures and wood joint displacement. The problem with bunk bed failure is that it’s generally going to happen when the conditions are most dangerous to those using it. The same principles observed with the construction of multi-story homes apply to bunk bed fabrication as well. Essentially, you’re dealing with smaller versions of platforms, beams, posts, and footings. The loads are smaller and lighter but the physics are exactly the same.

structural lag screws

During the build-out process, our custom bunk beds are physically fastened to the wall studs with high-strength, commercial-grade structural lag screws make the structure much stronger than any bed that stands by itself on its own. These screws are rated with a sheer strength of between 1200-1500 lbs. each. Meaning that is the amount of pressure it would take to snap the screw in half.

Layered Joinery

What is joinery? There are many types of joinery and joinery techniques. Joinery is a part of woodworking that involves joining pieces of wood to produce more complex items/structures. Some woodworking joints employ mechanical fasteners, bindings, or adhesives, while others use only wood elements.

We combine several types of joinery that we’ve found to be very reliable and strong:

1. Domino Joinery
2. Pocket Hole Joinery
3. Glue Adhesive (when applied properly, the glue is so strong that the wood will split and fail before anything else fails)

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