our TFG Woodworks bunk beds

The sun refuses to shine before noon around these parts, and the girls' bedroom window faces east. Thus, the pictures of the bunk beds are grainy thanks to the high ISO, but you'll still get the idea.

Here is their mismatched crib-without-sides setup on Friday (taken when sunshine used to appear before noon).

Here are their new bunk beds on Saturday!

Heidi is modeling the ladder for you. (Yes, we still wear Christmas pajamas in May around here.)

Guess who picked blue?

Heidi. She's on the bottom.

Lydia - on the top - picked green.

The trundle bed is wearing the turquoise (and blocking the closet so no Monsters Inc. debacles can occur in this bedroom).

The girls love them; we love them. These bunk beds are awesome. I stumbled across TFGWoodworks on craigslist a few months ago. I emailed the idea to Aaron, and a few weeks ago, he drove out to TFG Woodworks' workshop near Downingtown to check out the bunk beds. Tom, the owner/builder, and his wife welcomed Aaron into the showroom where Aaron could climb on the beds for himself. Aaron was impressed (and excited). We ordered one the next day (on May 2nd), and they were delivered and assembled here (by Tom, the owner/builder) less than three weeks later on May 18th.

If you are in the market for bunk beds, we highly recommend Tom (and his bunk beds) at TFG Woodworks. These beds are solid. You can check out his project gallery on his website.

(We were not paid to share our love of TFG Woodworks. We really just love these bunk beds and had a great experience with Tom from the showroom to the ordering to the delivery to the assembly to the giving our kids the "no jumping on the top bunk" rule. =) We just like to share things we love.)


  1. Love the bunk beds! We'll definitely be in the market for new beds, as baby #4 is nearly breaking free from her cradle- everyone needs an upgrade! :)


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