Blue Loft Daybed

By Kidz BedZZZ BA-PKBLLOFT

$19919900 - $31931900 199

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Blue Loft Daybed

By Kidz BedZZZ
BA-PKBLLOFT

SALE!  $19919900 - $31931900

199

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Blue Loft Daybed

Trundle for extra sleeping space

Contemporary and convenient, the Blue Loft Daybed maximizes space and provides a peaceful oasis for your youngster. With a frame constructed of solid pine and plywood, this bed boasts an easy-care polyester upholstered cover. An optional twin-sized trundle bed fits perfectly underneath this furnishing, providing extra sleeping space for sleepovers. Simple yet stylish, this piece will carry your child from toddler to teenager. The Blue Loft Daybed is available in twin and full sizes with an optional twin trundle. 


Additional Information

Twin daybed: 86" L x 44" D x 31.5" H
Full daybed: 86" L x 59" D x 31.5" H


Construction

  • solid pine and plywood frame (P2 compliant)
  • bentwood mattress support slats
  • trundles with wheels
  • clear assembly instructions and reasonable assembly time
  • easy-care polyester cover


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Blue Loft Daybed is rated 2.7 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not a good buy We bought three of these beds for our kids. They are terrible. The slats pop out all the time often in the middle of the night. Our kids now refuse to sleep in them. Very disappointed with this purchase. We have bought a majority of our furniture from here and this purchase was the worst!
Date published: 2017-08-25
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Good frame, Nightmareish slats I bought this bed as a alternate for my twins. They are five and I felt them not ready for a bunk bed due to the fact they are so very active. I thought this bed a good idea but quickly I'm regretting it. The frame seems sturdy but the slates to the bed (not the trundle) instantly fell apart within a few days of getting the bed. I let it go buy deciding to nail the slates but that was the worst idea I ever thought of. My twins pounced on the bed just ONCE and the side word split and dropped the mattress. I should have been warned that the type of mattress I buy matters. Maybe a memory foam would have absorbed my hyper children but so far I'm irritated and hating this bed quickly. I may just go to home depot and get slates. The trundle bed seems to be holding up though but I think its because the bed is on the floor.
Date published: 2017-04-28
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