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Bunk bed

Postby SamT » Thu May 03, 2018 10:54 pm

Can anyone recommend a good reasonable place to get a bunk bed. Maybe with a third pull out section - and something fun but safe?

Thanks!
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Re: Bunk bed

Postby Goldhawk » Fri May 04, 2018 6:58 am

Try Balham Beds
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Re: Bunk bed

Postby Roo » Fri May 04, 2018 11:30 am

lots of good options here...

https://www.childrensbedshop.co.uk/
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Postby Purple_sage » Fri May 04, 2018 8:23 pm

We had recently bought our son a bunk bed with slide and trundle from http://kidsfuntimebeds.co.uk
They do 0% finance option which is great to spread the cost over a year
My son loves his bed and great service. The bed feels very sturdy
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Re: Bunk bed

Postby Emma » Sat May 05, 2018 9:38 am

We have a wonderful solid Aspace New England bunk bed for sale

Lovely sturdy bunk bed. In great condition, splits to make two full sized singles, mattresses have always been covered so are in mint condition. Plus truckle bed (with mattress) or can be used as storage drawer - in beech varnished wood.

Dimensions:
Height: 153cm
Length: 202cm
Width: 104cm
The bunk beds originally cost £750, 2 x Aspace single mattresses at £235 each, Truckle bed at £195 and Classic Truckle mattress at £120. In total this bed cost £1,535

Asking price just £225

Collection from Balham

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Please call 0208 675 4036 or email emmahammett@virginmedia.com
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Re: Bunk bed

Postby SamT » Sun May 06, 2018 11:52 am

Thanks for your feedback everyone - I will have a look. X
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Re: Bunk bed

Postby Emma » Sun May 06, 2018 1:21 pm

Please get back ASAP if you are interested in our lovely solid beech Aspace bunks and truckle as they are likely to go this weekend.

The truckle slides under the bed and has pull out legs to make it higher. All the beds can comfortably sleep a child or adult

They are in excellent condition

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Re: Bunk bed

Postby balhammomma » Wed May 09, 2018 1:35 pm

Emma wrote:Please get back ASAP if you are interested in our lovely solid beech Aspace bunks and truckle as they are likely to go this weekend.

The truckle slides under the bed and has pull out legs to make it higher. All the beds can comfortably sleep a child or adult

They are in excellent condition

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Emma I am interested in this bunk bed, is it still available?
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Re: Bunk bed

Postby Emma » Wed May 09, 2018 1:46 pm

The bunk is still available, please let me know if you would like to come and see it. We have dismantled the upper bunk and it is already to go, but the lower bunk is still up so you can see how sturdy it is.

We are on Ramsden Road in Balham, best wishes Emma
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Postby cyprus19 » Wed May 09, 2018 6:53 pm

I have Noah Bunk beds from Feather and Black - they are really nice and they do a pull out trundle thing that goes underneath too. Feather and Black always seem to have sales on so you can usually get them at a reasonable price too. The reason i like these so much is that you can have the beds apart or stacked which makes them pretty flexible.
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Re: Bunk bed

Postby balhammomma » Wed May 09, 2018 8:22 pm

Emma wrote:The bunk is still available, please let me know if you would like to come and see it. We have dismantled the upper bunk and it is already to go, but the lower bunk is still up so you can see how sturdy it is.

We are on Ramsden Road in Balham, best wishes Emma
Emma I've just sent you an email. I am interested in buying these bunks from you. You are close to me so I could pop round tomorrow or Friday morning some time.
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Re: Bunk bed

Postby SamT » Wed May 09, 2018 11:12 pm

Hi - thanks for the offer balhammoma - I see someone is interested - looks great but I was after white.
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Re: Bunk bed

Postby Emma » Wed May 09, 2018 11:16 pm

Good luck, I hope you find a nice one. Aspace have some lovely ones in white as well. They are incredibly good quality
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Re: Bunk bed

Postby jessica.palmer » Mon Nov 12, 2018 7:39 am

Just my two cents...

Highly recommend our IKEA Kura bed https://10restbest.com/best-loft-beds-f ... s-and-kids its very low, because the lower mattress is directly on the floor. I also wall papered the panels to match my kids' room so it looks really cute. (it can be a loft bed instead if you don't put a lower mattress in, and it also works upside down as a canopy bed.) 

I didn't have any trouble putting it together- aside from bending low down to do the lowest screws and pushing it into place when assembled, I needed DH to help me with that because I was pregnant.
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