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      10-07-2017, 07:32 AM   #1
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Child single bed recommendations

Looking to get single bed for my daughter.

Donít need any fancy, over the top, princess bed etc. Just a good wooden framed bed.

Quite a few on line options, anybody got any recommendations?

Thanks
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Looking to get single bed for my daughter.

Donít need any fancy, over the top, princess bed etc. Just a good wooden framed bed.

Quite a few on line options, anybody got any recommendations?

Thanks
Save ur money, put her in with the dog?
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Have you seen the price iof some dog beds!!! Go onto the Orvis site to see.

Save more money and let her and the dog sleep on the floor lol.
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Looking to get single bed for my daughter.

Donít need any fancy, over the top, princess bed etc. Just a good wooden framed bed.

Quite a few on line options, anybody got any recommendations?

Thanks
It's not about the frame it's about the mattress. Get a Hypnos bed and help her get a great sleep!
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Sell a kidney and get a Harrison Spinks mattress.
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RB As usual a serious request gets unserious responses.

Anyway I had such a need a few years ago. Needed a single bed for my Grandson for occasional use. As usual John Lewis had a cheap version - their own label- which seemed great quality. We have been very happy with it and even more so , so was my grandson. Although we neeeded it for occasional use, I have used it too and it would fit the bill for a youngster - no bother.

I think we got a pebble single base but a 920 response mattress about £300 all told. The base is a bit basic (haha) but the response 920 is a great mattress for her comfort.

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RB As usual a serious request gets unserious responses.

Anyway I had such a need a few years ago. Needed a single bed for my Grandson for occasional use. As usual John Lewis had a cheap version - their own label- which seemed great quality. We have been very happy with it and even more so , so was my grandson. Although we neeeded it for occasional use, I have used it too and it would fit the bill for a youngster - no bother.

I think we got a pebble single base but a 920 response mattress about £300 all told. The base is a bit basic (haha) but the response 920 is a great mattress for her comfort.
Many thanks - my wife had noticed this one already! Helps with the decision making!

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RB As usual a serious request gets unserious responses.

Anyway I had such a need a few years ago. Needed a single bed for my Grandson for occasional use. As usual John Lewis had a cheap version - their own label- which seemed great quality. We have been very happy with it and even more so , so was my grandson. Although we neeeded it for occasional use, I have used it too and it would fit the bill for a youngster - no bother.

I think we got a pebble single base but a 920 response mattress about £300 all told. The base is a bit basic (haha) but the response 920 is a great mattress for her comfort.
Not sure who you thought wasn't being serious but working for a hotel company I can say that the mattress is way more important than the frame. Buy a frame that matches the look you want for now - but spending more on a mattress is way more important...
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John Lewis would not be a bad choice. Harrison Spinks make some of their mattresses.
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Save ur money, put her in with the dog?

That's hilarious and you are crazy mate
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Stompa beds are supposed to be decent build quality.
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