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Livinghappy123 Wed 15-Feb-17 15:35:46

We have a Tempur mattress on order but no bed. We've trawled the retail parks and online but can't find anything that's good quality and nice to look at. I would like a silver grey or natural coloured winged ottoman bed - something like this:

www.time4sleep.co.uk/beds/ottoman-beds/symphony-upholstered-winged-ottoman-storage-bed-natural

If you have an ottoman, where is it from? Tempur offers 10 year warranty as does Furniture Village. But we don't actually like their beds! The one above only has 12 months!

VeritysWatchTower Wed 15-Feb-17 21:52:01

Our ottoman beds are from Beds on Legs but we haven't got the one you are looking at.

I requested fabric samples before buying.

I think most beds come with a limited warranty, even if the frame has a 10 year warranty things like hinges etc only come with 2.

Livinghappy123 Thu 16-Feb-17 09:55:19

Thanks Verity. That's a lovely bed, I'll check out the website. I really like some of the Next ones but there aren't any reviews and prices are quite high. I think I want some feet too and the next ones don't have any on their lift ups

GrubbyWindows Thu 16-Feb-17 15:17:24

We have a loaf one. I checked it out in their showroom. Dear, but serving us v well about 15 months in. I could still lift it up when heavily pregnant which has to be a good thing

Livinghappy123 Thu 16-Feb-17 19:28:34

Thank you Grubbywindows. I have my heart set on a Next one now but it's above my budget at the moment

MinisWin Thu 16-Feb-17 19:46:18

If it's any reassurance, we have that exact bed, but in grey, from time4sleep and it's been great. It's used as a spare so not heavily but so far no issues, we've had it for about 2 years now. Good quality and fast delivery. Just be careful ordering though as idiot husband managed to order a double instead of a king and didn't realise until he'd already constructed it so we couldn't return angry

EllieFredrickson Thu 16-Feb-17 19:48:42

Very happy with a single from Sueno for DD

Livinghappy123 Thu 16-Feb-17 22:42:05

Thank you all for your very helpful advice! x

C8H10N4O2 Sat 18-Feb-17 08:51:23

My eldest has the Ikea Malm ottoman bed in a dark brown/blackish colour - bought to maximise storage in small flat on a tight budget.

Have been impressed, it wasn't difficult to assemble and provides a large storage space. Mechanism very easy to use and has done the job. I don't ask about other forms of wear and tear grin

Livinghappy123 Sat 18-Feb-17 10:50:43

C8H10N4O2
We have had the Malm for 10 years now so need a change lol

C8H10N4O2 Sat 18-Feb-17 18:08:51

Living

I'm impressed - 10 yrs is more than I was expecting him to get out of it, its pretty good value at that rate!

Livinghappy123 Sat 25-Feb-17 12:55:54

Verity, do you have that Ottowa bed? If so would you mind showing me a pic of it looking straight at it (if you don't mind), thanks

C8H10N4O2 the Malm is a great bed!

Hgmother Sat 25-Feb-17 13:02:10

I have a lovely grey fabric one. It was around £400 and looks more expensive. It's solid aswell. I'll try dig out where I got it from for you to look at.

Hgmother Sat 25-Feb-17 13:06:06

It's this one www.time4sleep.co.uk/kaydian-accent-upholstered-ottoman-storage-bed-slate?gclid=COST5u6nq9ICFQqdGwodkrcPQg

It's a bit lighter than it looks on there though and was a bit cheaper probably from somewhere else.

Livinghappy123 Sat 25-Feb-17 13:56:42

That's lovely Hgmother. I'm looking at their Brunel one. Can't figure out if the storage is less deep due to the legs. I prefer the legs on the Kaydian beds to the silver gliders on the other one. Agh! Overthinking much?

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