White twin over full bunk bed gives you a double bed on top of a double or queen sized bed beneath. Although many styles are available, commissioned style wood frames are usually purchased for heavy frames and simple designs. Insert nuts that come with bunk beds in the mounting holes at both ends of each side socket. Position the end of the wall against a wall and fasten the side rails by placing two of the bolts through the end of the end and on the rails on each side. Tighten the screws with an Allen key.
Aim the center of the entire bed frame so that the mounting holes are aligned with those in the center of the main frame and the footplate. Insert the screws that come with white twin over full bunk bed and tighten with an Allen key. Place the assembled entire bed frame in the place you have chosen for the bed, orient the headboard and footsteps appropriately. Align the remaining two side rails so that the holes at the end align with the holes in the double bed. Put two bolts through the double headgear and the rails, and tighten. Insert two screws through the footsteps and into the rails at the opposite end, and tighten.
Install the protective rails on either side of the double bed if these are fitted with bunk beds. Install the slat kit that comes with white twin over full bunk bed on the mounted double and full images, and secure each with wooden screws. Locate the mounting holes on the top of the full bed headboard and footsteps. Put metal pins are supplied with bed in these holes. Lift a single bed over the entire bed and straighten the pins with the holes in the bottom of the main body and foot hole leg. Make sure all the screws are tightened so that the bunk bed does not move or wrap, and install mattresses.