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bunk beds advice - where to buy?

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beegee Sun 16-Aug-09 22:35:14

I'm wanting to buy a bunkbed for my 5 and 3 yo. I'm not keen on the 'conventional' one directly above the other...I like the idea of the lower bed being at right angles to the upper. I'm looking for a furniture company who understands what it means to be tight on space as I'm looking for perhaps a wardrobe / chest of drawers to come with it/attached...any inventive ways of space saving etc.

I found the ideal range in Italy a few weeks ago, but they only deliver in Italy...grrrr. Anyone have a company they can recommend?

beegee Mon 17-Aug-09 09:31:30

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princessmel Mon 17-Aug-09 09:37:00

www.simplybunkbeds.com/loft-beds/lshapedandstudyloftbedsarticle.cfm

princessmel Mon 17-Aug-09 09:38:10

www.mybunkbeds.com/bunkbed-styles.html

princessmel Mon 17-Aug-09 09:39:13

furniture.about.com/od/childrensfurniture/ss/bbed_5.htm

How about these??? smile

thehouseofmirth Mon 17-Aug-09 09:40:39

Have you looked at Aspace or Great Little Trading company? We got DS's Thuka midsleeper from a great shop in Farnham (because we wanted to see what we were buying) but they have a website here and they're very helpful

beegee Wed 19-Aug-09 05:13:52

Oh thank you so much. These are all great. Houseofmirth - I live close to farnham so that's even better. Guess where I'll be Saturday morn?!

thehouseofmirth Wed 19-Aug-09 17:41:08

Glad to help! They're really helpful. When we bought DS's bed we also bought a cabinet in a shop round the corner which wouldn't fit in our car and they collected it from the shop, stored & delivered it with his bed which I thought was very kind.

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