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If you mean that you're ceasing business, and you still have assets, the LLC remains solely responsible for the assets, unless the members have accepted personal liability for the debts.
In either case, you have a fiduciary duty to the company to try to get some value for the beds, as as to pay down any debt. You may want to consider offering them to the lender in exchange for foregiveness of some of the debt.
Your liability to the landlord would be entirely based upon the lease terms and conditions. If it's not covered in the lease, then generally, if you damage the premises by removing trade fixtures, then the landlord could hold you liable. But, if you did not personally guarantee the lease, then the landlord can only hold the LLC liable, not you personally. That is, UNLESS your actions are wantonly reckless, or intentionally distructive, meaning outside the scope of employment by the LLC, then the landlord could come after you personally for the damage.