August 16, 2012
- PBteen Recalls Bunk Beds Due to Risk of Injury
This recall involves wooden bunk beds with beadboard paneling. The upper bunk, accessible by a four-step ladder, is designed for a twin mattress and the lower bunk for a full-size mattress. The bunk beds were sold in white, chestnut, dark espresso and honey, and have storage cubbies below the lower bunk. The product number is listed on the purchase receipt. A label on each of the bunk bed's parts lists that part's SKU number. SKU numbers included in the recall are:
September 20, 2011
- American Woodcrafters Recalls to Repair Bunk Beds Due To Fall Hazard
This recall involves upper guardrails on twin-over-twin bunk beds and twin-over -double bed loft designs. The beds have a permanent label attached to the headboard or the footboard with the American Woodcrafters logo; SKU numbers, 1800-977 or 1800-969; PO Numbers: 103276, 103432, or 300038; and the manufacturing date.
June 16, 2011
- Child's Entrapment Death Prompts Big Lots Recall of Metal Futon Bunk Beds
May 5, 2011
- Dorel Asia Recalls to Repair Bunk Beds Due to Collapse and Fall Hazards
The model number, date of manufacture, “Made in Vietnam” and the firm’s phone number are printed on a white label located on one of the bunk bed rails. Some of the labels include the name “Dorel Asia SRL.” Only the following models, colors and manufacturing date ranges are included in this recall to repair:
August 3, 2010
- Pottery Barn Kids Recalls to Repair Madeline Bunk Beds Due to Entrapment Hazard
This recall involves Madeline bunk beds. The bed is white and is made of wood and medium-density fiberboard. It has guardrails on either side of the top bunk and a ladder that attaches to the side of the beds.
September 23, 2009
- Big Lots Stores, Inc. Recalls to Repair Bunk Beds Due to Collapse and Fall Hazards
This recall includes wooden bunk beds with a three step ladder. Model numbers WP-9108-1 and WP-9108-2 are included in this recall. The model number is located on a sticker on the bunk bed’s interior panel of the headboard or the footboard.
May 21, 2009
- Gothic Cabinet Craft Recalls Bunk Beds Due to Fall Hazard
Both metal and wooden bunk beds are being recalled. The bunk bed styles include dark oak and metal, solid pine, others come with six drawers as part of the base.
February 5, 2009
- The Land of Nod Recalls to Repair Cottage Bunk Beds Due to Fall Hazard
The Cottage Bunk Beds can be configured as bunk beds or as twin beds. The assembled bunk bed dimensions are 81.5 inches (length) by 43.5 inches (width) by 74.5 inches (height). The beds were sold in both white (model #s 236-519 and 188-174) and pine/honey finishes (model #s 459-410 and 172-596) and included a long and a short upper bunk guardrail, each of which should be secured to the inside of the upper bunk bed’s side rail with screws. Stickers bearing the model numbers are located on the inside of the lower bunk headboard.
December 13, 2007
- Hooker Furniture Recalls Bunk Beds Due to Strangulation Hazard
The recalled bunk beds come in twin-over-twin, twin-over-full and loft beds with the following model names: “Albany Park,” “Swedish Accents,” “Mariner’s Landing,” and “Chelsea’s Place”. The bunk beds come in cherry, white, and black finishes. Some of the bunk beds are also made of metal.
September 4, 2007
- Bunk Beds Recalled by d-Scan Due to Collapse Hazard
The twin bunk beds are designed for children and were sold in a kit to be assembled by consumers. Only model number 82008 is included in this recall. The bunk beds are made of maple wood with a four-step ladder attached to the side and three pullout drawers under the bottom bunk. These bunk beds have no markings or labeling.