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    We've got a trofast and DS 22months climbs up it like its stairs, but other than that it's fine, he would find something else to climb if it wasn't there 😏.

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    This is exactly the set up we have, right down to the toddler bed underneath

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    We love our Trofast system. We have this setup. The book shelf is Trofast too but with shelf inserts.

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    We have 6 sets of varying sizes, they are really good. DS has 3 sets in his room with 1 drawer for each lego colour (he has a rather impressive lego collection) plus a few others for his other toys.
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    Thanks everyone. For now I think I'm going to go with the first one I posted and see how we go

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    For anyone who's keen on the Trofast but lives nowhere near an Ikea, Deals Direct have a similar product and they're on sale at the moment.

    I just bought this bad boy. It ended up being $76.05 including delivery after I used a coupon code:

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    Whilst the Trofast might be a little nicer, this worked out so much cheaper for me (and I live over 2 hours from the nearest Ikea).

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    Both my kids have one in their rooms. For DD i use small tubs cos she has lots of small things like dolls clothes, jewellery, shopkins etc.
    DS has bigger tubs cos hes has bigger stuff like cars, puzzles, lego sack etc.
    These are my favourite piece of furniture as you can change the tubs as the kids toys change. They are so well made too and well priced. I got one on gumtree for $50. The other i got new for $99 on special... including the tubs.

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    We use ours as steps too!
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