Help me find a bed!

(6 Posts)
princesschick Mon 11-Feb-13 10:44:42

Thanks Herhonesty I'll check out their website. I think due to our budget, we may just get a plain pine frame and paint it a la shabby chic and possible glue some mouldings on to it .... like this ...

herhonesty Sat 09-Feb-13 07:34:49

I think they have something similar at next?

herhonesty Sat 09-Feb-13 07:34:35

I think they have something similar at next?

tinkerbelle31 Thu 07-Feb-13 13:09:31

beds.monsterbeds.co.uk/epages/es106419.sf?gclid=CLOG3tahpLUCFa3KtAodBDMAMQ sorry forgot to tick convert links automatically blush

tinkerbelle31 Thu 07-Feb-13 13:08:23

I'm also looking for a new bed and found a great bargin at http://beds.monsterbeds.co.uk/epages/es106419.sf?gclid=CLOG3tahpLUCFa3KtAodBDMAMQ ,I also looked into reviews about the company before I spent any money and they are top notch.Hope this helps

princesschick Thu 07-Feb-13 10:24:29

So, we've found the perfect mattress from Warren Evans, but I'm not so keen on the frames there in our price range - they are lovely, but all seem a bit modern and masculine. We're going to be spending more £s on the mattress than we expected because we can get a natural mattress that is chemical free - something that is really important to both of us. However, this now leaves us with less for the frame.

I've fallen in love with the Coco bedframe from loaf.com but we can't afford it. I'm 5 months pregnant with our first and I'm also thinking that an upholstered headboard and baby will not go well together. So, have started looking at wipe clean wood beds that I can put loads of comfy cushions against for breast feeding. I've put a picture of the Coco on her to torture myself to show you in case you haven't seen it. As I'm trying to find the cheap wooden equivalent of this shape somewhere.

We have a tiny budget up to £350. I've scoured the internet and am starting look on ebay / gumtree for upcycle potential but my search is fruitless so far.

We really need something with a small profile as we have a tiny bedroom, no end so that we can sit on the end of the bed and I'd like something pretty / shabby chic for our newly renovated edwardian cottage. Any one out there seen anything that may fit the bill?

TIA flowers smile

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