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Where to get a Bunk bed ladder???

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Tessiebear Mon 18-Apr-05 16:52:00

The bunk beds we bought have been used as single beds for years - we now want to make them into bunk beds but have lost the ladder (various house moves ago)
Is it possible to buy a universal ladder that just clips on does anyone know???

Tessiebear Mon 18-Apr-05 17:28:51

Google hasnt helped at all!

Tessiebear Tue 19-Apr-05 12:37:30

Bump

Tessiebear Tue 19-Apr-05 15:53:34

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jura Tue 19-Apr-05 17:25:39

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

blueteddy Tue 19-Apr-05 17:47:40

Bumping this up for her

Tessiebear Tue 19-Apr-05 18:28:57

Am in South East Kent Jura

blueteddy Tue 19-Apr-05 20:39:34

bumping this up again 4 u tess!

merglemergle Tue 19-Apr-05 20:45:33

Ikea sell a loft bed ladder separately to their bunk beds. No idea what it is called, sorry. Don't know if it just clips on either. You might have to do something with a power drill.

Tessiebear Thu 21-Apr-05 16:46:32

Just phoned IKEA - and they dont do one

JanH Thu 21-Apr-05 17:05:28

I think you need a joiner, Tb. A loftbed ladder would probably be too high anyway.

Our bunkbeds have a wide deep ladder which stands on the floor and leans in, so it's easier to climb up and down but takes up a lot of floor; but that kind or a vertical one that hooks on should be a doddle for a joiner/carpenter to make for you (possibly not cheap though...)

Is there a woodyard near you? Have a look in Yellow Pages for "joinery supplies". If you ring them and tell them what you want they can probably recommend someone local who could do it.

JanH Thu 21-Apr-05 17:06:50

Or if you put in "carpenters & joiners" it'll come up with a list but a recommendation would be better.

Tessiebear Sat 23-Apr-05 10:37:45

Thanks JanH

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