PBteen, a division of Williams-Sonoma Inc. has issued a voluntary recall of beadboard bunk beds because the upper panel of the unit can creak or break, posing an injury risk.
The company has received 13 reports of the panels cracking or breaking. But no injuries have been reported, to date.
The recall involves wooden bunk beds with beadboard paneling. The product number can be found on the receipt. While a label affixed to each of the bed’s parts lists that part’s SKU number. A list of affected SKU numbers can be viewed on the CPSC Web site along with photos.
The items were sold on PBteen.com and through their catalog from January 2008 to April 2009 for the Sun Valley white and Sun Valley honey models and October 2011 to February 2012 for the dark espresso, chestnut and white models.
The agency urges consumers to stop using the upper bunk and to contact the company for a free, in-home installation replacement. For more information about this recall, please call (855) 217-5223. PBteen will also be contacting consumers directly about the recall notice.