Mid South Bunk
Beds is a full service woodworking shop in Memphis TN. We specialize in making bunk beds but also design/build by request. We have designed our beds to be the best and strongest on the market. Our beds are only constructed with quality lumber. This means you won’t find particle board or any oth
Mid South Bunk
Beds is a full service woodworking shop in Memphis TN. We specialize in making bunk beds but also design/build by request.
We have designed our beds to be the best and strongest on the market. Our beds are only constructed with quality lumber. This means you won’t find particle board or any other inferior materials in our beds.
Compared to other bunk beds you’ll find that:
* We use kiln dried lumber. Kiln dried lumber has over 2 times the strength and is 2 times stronger than wood that is still “green”.
* Our beds are assembled with over 100 heavy duty fasteners. This provides you with over twice the holding power that you will find in other mass produced beds.
* We create and assemble our beds one at a time. At each stage of the production process there is a pair of hands constructing the bed and a pair of eyes overseeing construction.
Our bunk beds are made for adults and children. We do this so you can use the beds at your lake house, hunting lodge or other living quarters.
Attention firehouses, non-profits and other overnight meeting facilities! We also create beds for camps, needing to maximize their sleeping quarters in a confined space. Contact us to find out more.
If you can’t find the bed you want. Then let us know! We are a full service woodwork shop and can accommodate most requests!
Richard Bourland is the sole proprietor and lead craftsman at Mid South Bunk Beds. Richard started his business as a part-time endeavor but it quickly grew to full time. He is a born and raised Memphian previously who lived in Texas for 10 years to attend college and start his career.
Richard’s background is in Information Technology. However for as long as he can remember, he has enjoyed projects involving wood and power tools'. Before starting his business he spent evenings and weekends building whatever he could and studied construction, carpentry and furniture design. He was introduced and became active in several non-profits pursuing his new trade. To this day, he continues to work with Habitat for Humanity, Service over Self and Advance Memphis.
His craftsmanship training has included: classes taught by Master Woodworkers at The Woodwork Shop, woodworking classes at Memphis College of Art, classes at Old English Furniture Company and professional carpentry apprenticeship training.
What this means to you is that you get to work with a highly motivated and passionate professional.