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    Default Childs bed - wrought iron or wood?

    I love the first one

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pipsicle View Post
    Haha yep that damn thing lasted for many a year with only that one chip! And I wasn't very nice to it! I tried to graffiti it, mum got it straight off with ease! I tried to key it, nothing! Grr!
    But it was not remotely as pretty as bed number 1! So maybe if I'd had a pretty bed I could have forgiven it
    Wow....you really did try and seek revenge haha....key it?!!?

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    Thanks for the opinions. The first one is from super amart no idea what their furniture is like and its $150 which i thought was pretty reasonable. Then was thinking just a nice white tallboy to match.

    Do little girls really need a bedside table? Her room is quite small so a bit short on space.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Littlemissellie View Post
    Wow....you really did try and seek revenge haha....key it?!!?

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    Haha yep I hold a good grudge!
    But ye got the keys and tried to scratch that bad boy up thinking I'd get a new one if it was ruined! Haha
    Dumb thing is if I'd succeeded I would have had that bed til I left home, if I'd simply asked for a new bed I would have probably got one straight away! Haha poor kid brain!
    It seems I've passed the graffiti of the furniture on too though, last week DD graffitied her change table and the antique rocking nursing chair (passed down for 5 generations!) with a permanent marker! Sigh

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    Quote Originally Posted by Littlemissellie View Post

    Do little girls really need a bedside table? Her room is quite small so a bit short on space.

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    Where will she store her secret special collections and diary without one

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    Default Re: Childs bed - wrought iron or wood?

    True. I like the ones with the little section for a few books like this ikea one.

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    And the drawers to match are nice too


    Been trying to get some inspiration on pintrest too! Man there is some beautiful little girls rooms on there!

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    Default Childs bed - wrought iron or wood?

    I actually saw one like the reverse of the top one on deals direct today for some tiny price! Had a nice section you could put books in and then a drawer.

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    Default Re: Childs bed - wrought iron or wood?

    oooo i really like that. Its like a mini bookcase at the bottom. Cheers!!

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    Default Childs bed - wrought iron or wood?

    No worries noticed it also has a matching tall boy too

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