The Many Ways One Can Reconfigure ULoft Beds

You are sharing a student residence with another person. Space is limited as are your nerves. You need the freedom of having your own area without the compromise of clutter. You need a place to store your belongings and would love to have your own closet, alas, you must share. Your stuff is on top of more of your stuff, and forget about your roommate’s stuff, or your roomie for that matter, you lost her a week ago beneath the mass of clothes, books, and memorabilia.  Suddenly, out of seemingly nowhere, Super ULC Rep flies into the room to save the day. Folding his arms in front of his chest, the rep speaks, “Let me tell you about the many ways one can reconfigure ULoft beds.” His teeth glisten in the light when he smiles.

Super ULC Rep pushes his cape behind his shoulders and takes a couple of the steps to the middle of the room. He tosses a coat and an architecture book (you don’t know where that came from, neither you nor your roommate take an architecture class) on to the bed, and behold, your roomie appears. She’d been buried under the debris. “We need help.” She groaned as you stand astonished with open ears and mind.

Graduate Five Drawer Chest“First of all,” he said extending his hand and pulling up your roomie out from the stuff, “You need to do something to save space and get a place for your belongings.”  From some secret pocket in his cape, Super ULC Rep pulled out his tablet and began to show you the ways you could make your student room work. “With University Loft bunk beds, you can stack them in the traditional manner or reconfigure them in various directions to get the most space out of this area.” Picking up a pair of boots and notebook, he set them against the wall and continued. “For additional space, you can lift the lower bunk up high enough to place drawer chests beneath them. Do this, and your space-saving solutions have begun.”

“Yeah, but I don’t want to be on the bottom bunk.” You said.

“Neither do I,” said the roomie. You both looked to your Super ULC Rep for help.

“Not a problem. You can loft both beds, and stack extra storage underneath them such as a desk and drawer chests or a lounge chair and end tables.  Even if you get tired of that, University Loft Company makes it easy for you to change your furniture around with our Tool-Less System™.”

“I would love to have a closet.” You said.

When he smiled, you are certain his tooth glistened. “University Loft can complete your storage situation with a wardrobe that would fit perfectly in the corner against the wall of this room.”

You nearly jumped for joy.

Today your student room is neat, organized and spacious. You haven’t lost your roommate and neither one of you gets on the other’s nerves. Super ULC Rep and the new University Loft college student furniture helped save the dorm room day.  Metropolitan Open Loft

I hope you enjoyed being a part of this story. If you would like to see more of our university furniture, click here to view our catalogs. If you see something you like or have a question about, you can contact us or give us a call at 800-423-LOFT (5638). One of our skilled University Loft representatives is ready to answer any of your questions. Who knows, you might even speak to Super ULC Rep. In addition to college furniture, we offer apartment and new development housing, and defense quarters. Orders can be shipped on short notice.

Founder and CEO of University Loft Company, James N. Jannetides brings the team of innovators together to continue to create state-of-the-art university furniture, off-campus housing, apartment furnishings and military housing. His continual enthusiasm and determination is the force that drives the company to better furniture for your today and your and tomorrow. As he says, “We are always learning, always innovating, and always improving…We are University Loft Company.” 

Until next time ~ Ginger Bock

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