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    Default Childs bed - wrought iron or wood?

    We bought DS that middle bed but in the queen size (hubby talked me into that size, if I could choose again it would be KS, or double at most. It's super sturdy! It's from super amart.

    I love that first one and DD is due for a big girl bed... I think I know what she's getting

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    Thanks db....thats good to know!!

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    Might be a bit off topic, but have you looked on ebay? We got our DD's bed on the weekend off a site on ebay. We actually went out to the shop and bought it there which was cheaper again than the ebay price. All brand new of course.
    Once you deciede on what you want, this may help you pricewise.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daydream Believer View Post
    We bought DS that middle bed but in the queen size (hubby talked me into that size, if I could choose again it would be KS, or double at most. It's super sturdy! It's from super amart.

    I love that first one and DD is due for a big girl bed... I think I know what she's getting
    Db....how have u found it to take apart / put together?

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    Quote Originally Posted by weazel View Post
    Might be a bit off topic, but have you looked on ebay? We got our DD's bed on the weekend off a site on ebay. We actually went out to the shop and bought it there which was cheaper again than the ebay price. All brand new of course.
    Once you deciede on what you want, this may help you pricewise.
    Di
    Thanks i will. I have a friend that gets everything off ebay and gumtree. Its funny actually. She gets the most amazing bargains. Very thrifty shopper!

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    Wooden only for me .. Really dislike the metal beds for kids or adults!!

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    I prefer timber too, not a fan of metal beds really, sorry!

    Make sure you look at the slats, they might help you decide

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    Default Childs bed - wrought iron or wood?

    Wooden you can paint it etc later on if you wanted too

    Iron is just so old IMO. We are a junk family and my mil has a wrought iron bed so does sil... My present from them to our baby... A hot pink single bed jeez thanks! Haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by biscotti View Post
    I prefer timber too, not a fan of metal beds really, sorry!

    Make sure you look at the slats, they might help you decide

    The first pic , the one i like the most, has timber slats

    Is there anything in particular i should be looking for with the slats? Ta....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Littlemissellie View Post
    The first pic , the one i like the most, has timber slats

    Is there anything in particular i should be looking for with the slats? Ta....
    Advice given to us was nice and wide slats, and no more than 5cm-7cm apart. When we were shopping around some of the slats were just so skinny and thin and quite wide apart.

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