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Mummys! Next to a fitted wardrobe would be necessary for a single wardrobe too? (Nursery set)

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Createausername6 Tue 23-Feb-21 16:27:08

Well, to start with unfortunately we have to look for second handed furnitures. I actually found a very great conditions nursery 3 piece set. Cot bed, (obviously we buy new matress for it) a chaging drawer and a wardrobe. All of these for £120 , the seller says it's mammas&pappas set, im not too sure, couldn't see any proof of it, but for this money dosen't matter the brand if the quality is good. She was selling it for £175 but nobody was taking it and this selling is kinda urgent for her due to moving. She would sell only the 2 piece what we need but i actually very like the looks for the wardrobe. We do have a big fitted in wardrobe at the baby's room, and i don't know next to this do we need an extra single wardrobe or not? For this price it is a good deal, but if it won't be needed, would be just useless. Any experience? Needs loads of space for kid's stuff or we shoild be fine with the fitted one? Sorry for the silly a first time mum smile

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SnooperTrooper12345 Tue 23-Feb-21 16:52:06

I much prefer drawers. It gets quite tedious having to hang up babies clothes constantly when trying to put all the clean washing away. Much easier to grab out a drawer.
But it's personal preference really

Snozwanger Tue 23-Feb-21 17:29:30

My daughter is 3 and still only has a chest of drawers, no wardrobe. Everything she currently wears fits in one drawer, summer clothes the next drawer and items to grow into in the bottom. I should say thought that I don't dress her in anything that needs hanging or ironing which is why I haven't felt a wardrobe is necessary.

Snozwanger Tue 23-Feb-21 17:29:55

Could you just sell the wardrobe separately?

Createausername6 Tue 23-Feb-21 17:54:12

Thank you all, im gonna go only for the 2 thing 🤗 i get this 2 for £80, and if i get the wardrobe that and extra £40. If I sell for the same price it was useless to take it, and because is second or even with me third handed i don't think anyone would pay more for it 😔 so i just leave it there

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PinkPlantCase Tue 23-Feb-21 17:57:57

We don’t have a wardrobe for babies room. A decent sized chest of draws with a changing mat on top, cot and chair is all that’s in there smile

HungryHippo20 Tue 23-Feb-21 19:56:31

We also have a double fitted wardrobe but just went with the full nursery set because it's quite a big room and we felt it would be empty looking without. Also half of the wardrobe is shelving that's exposed so we will use this for displaying little trinkets etc (only half the wardrobe covered at one time, which will always be the part with clothes!) we decided to use this one for everyday clothes and keep the bigger things to grow into in the fitted wardrobes 😊

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