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The Sage twin bunky board is your foundation for a better night’s sleep. The thin platform is sleek and streamlined, for an ideal alternative to a bulky box spring. Crafted fr ... Read more
The Sage twin bunky board is your foundation for a better night’s sleep. The thin platform is sleek and streamlined, for an ideal alternative to a bulky box spring. Crafted from solid hardwoods and veneers with a modern grey finish, pair Sage with your favorite mattress and bed slats to build a complete sleep system. Read less

Sage Twin Bunky Board

4.7 out of 5
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SKU 13922 Size Twin
Dimensions 38"W x 74"D x 2"H Color Family Grey
Collection Sage
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Customer Questions

Can this be used for the trundle bed?

We are considering memory foam mattresses for a twin bed with trundle. Would you recommend this for the bottom, top, both parts, or we won't need it? 2yr old will sleep on top and 9yr old on the bottom.
Asked by: Josette
Bunky board is good for kid's beds because it lowers the height of the bed if the mattress is not greater than 9 inches. I think that is their only purpose because not as functional as a standard box spring. Having said that, it suffices for support of any mattress on kid's beds. Although, memory foam is really heavy and does not have springs so I do not know. I would guess if kid is less than 80 lbs all is good for support. Trundles with solid bottoms or tight springs usually provide enough support for a good mattress. No need for bunky, but again the issue is lack of springs on memory foam, so do not know. Anyone else have this configuration???
Answered by: Jama
Date published: 2016-07-16

Kid's bunk bed bunkie board

The dimensions on the "Living Spaces" bunkie board is 38" Width x 74" Length. I measured my kid's bunk bed and it showed 40" Width x 74" Length. Why is the bunkie board at living spaces smaller and won't it be a little too small for support?
Asked by: stupormundi
I have regular size twin beds and these bunky boards work just fine.
Answered by: calimesajim
Date published: 2016-08-29

Will this work with a downtown twin panel bed?

Asked by: Kingone
Yes, we use it for my sons twin panel bed.
Answered by: Kendra
Date published: 2016-10-30

dimensions are smaller than the mattress

I am wondering a similar thing to the other question. I want to get bunky boards for my eastern king, would 2 of the twin size bunkies work? My be measures 76" W x 79.5" L and the bunkies are 38x74. Two of them obviously for a king, making them 76x74....
Asked by: lyndeyluu
As a rule, two standard twin bases are too short to fit underneath of either a King or Cal-King mattress. However, we do offer Split Cal-King Bunkys (39274) and Split Eastern King Bunky Boards (75238) now because these pieces are larger than a regular twin. Please keep in mind that you will need to order two of each to support your mattress: (39274) Sage Split Cal-King Bunky Board ($70)- (75238) Sage Eastern King Split Bunky Board ($70)-
Answered by: LSProductTeam
Date published: 2016-08-27

How much weight can the bunky board sustain when placed directly on the floor with a twin mattress sitting on top of it?

I am exploring sleeping solutions for my toddler whom I want to accustom to sleeping alone. I'd like to 1. Lay down with him to help him fall asleep; 2. Minimize height to limit injuries and grant him easy access; 3. keep mattress from sitting directly on the floor to minimize possibilities of collecting dust mites or mold; 4. keep cost down as this is a temporary arrangement and I already invested a lot in his organic mattress! I thought this bunky board might offer the perfect solution! Now I just need to know if it'll sustain the weight of the mattress, my son, and either me or his father.
Asked by: ToddlerMommy
It does what any support does for a mattress. I have bought a couple of queen bunky boards in the past and used it under the mattress and have had no issues. if it is a twin mattress then I see no problem in sharing the mattress with the bunky board under to sleep on . also laying it on the floor seems to give them a better support but make sure the mattress is of a good quality as the kids do jump on the bed and multiple kids jumping can break any kind of support underneath. lower beds def guarantee that the kids will jump on it and i have used this type of arrangement for my kids when they rolled over at nights falling off the beds. I had a 160 lb grandmom manage my kids who were 28lbs on the twin bed.( 12 -14 months)
Answered by: sang
Date published: 2017-08-07

Does it come with the base?

Does the Bunky Board come with the base too as shown in the picture or is it just the board.
Asked by: HarryPotter
Just the bunky board. No base.
Answered by: calimesajim
Date published: 2017-07-06

Can I add bed extenders to the bunky bed board to raise the bed higer?

Asked by: Debbie
We do not recommend adding extenders to the Sage Twin Bunky Board as this may make your mattress unstable when sleeping. We recommend a low profile foundation as this will raise the bed slightly if you are still interested in having your mattress higher than a bunky board, yet still lower than your standard foundation. You can view that here:
Answered by: LSProductTeam
Date published: 2016-09-26

Will this work for a Cal King mattress?

Asked by: Jackie
No the Sage Twin Bunky Board will only fit a twin mattress. You can find the California King version here -
Answered by: LSProductTeam
Date published: 2019-01-09

Will this work for a king size platform bed?

Recently purchased a king sized platform bed, would like to keep it as low as possible as far as profile wise. Will this work for that ?
Asked by: Jnean
No, the Sage Twin Bunky Board will not fit with a King size mattress. You will want to look at this bunky board set seen here for a fit that will work with a king size mattress:
Answered by: LSProductTeam
Date published: 2016-10-31

Is this a solid wood bunkie board?

Asked by: Sammy
The Sage Twin Bunky Board is not a solid piece of wood, it is a flat board surface, over a slatted wood frame covered in fabric.
Answered by: LSProductTeam
Date published: 2018-06-12
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Customer Reviews
SAGE TWIN BUNKY BOARD is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 76.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Bed Exactly what we were looking for and price was affordable!
Date published: 2018-10-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Much Needed The bunk beds we bought did not require them but after having them installed and speaking to the installation team it was recommended. The weight limit increase with these bunk boards. Better safe than sorry of something breaking if an adult gets on the kids bed
Date published: 2018-08-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from GREAT PURCHASE - SAGE TWIN BUNKY BOARD We were looking for a Bunk bed for our kids. Living Spaces Kids bunk bed was a good purchase. It is sturdy , has a unique look . It looks classy white color with design on the sides. We went ahead and purchased the SAGE TWIN BUNKY BOARD along with the bunk board to give it a sturdy look. It makes the bunk bedding stronger. I would love to recommend this product to someone who is looking to purchase bunk beds.
Date published: 2018-07-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Hold that mattress I didn't even think about the need for a bunky board, but they make perfect sense. Glad I have it.
Date published: 2018-05-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Way to Reduce Matress set cost Was so happy that the salesperson suggested this option. I purchased two new beds for my boys and they only had traditional slats on the bottom (3 or 4). Box springs and new mattresses were not in my budget at the time. This was a great solution.
Date published: 2018-01-12
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