How to choose the best Polibi Wood House Bed for you?
House Bed with Windows Featuring roof and two side windows, this bed doubles as a semi-enclosed play place perfect for kids to explore their imaginations. With guardrail and a sturdy pine frame, this bed offers a safe space for your kids to get a good night s sleep. Playhouse Design This unique bed creates a fun and adorable space that not only serves as a comfortable sleeping area but also double as a space for your kids to play and have fun. A Better Sleeping Environment Thanks to the semi-enclosed space, your kids will have their own sleeping space that affords a comforting atmosphere for better sleep while not sacrificing air circulation. Superior Quality Polibi twin size house bed is constructed with a sturdy pinewood frame that can enhance stability and durability. Slats are included, you don't need to prepare box springs or foundations. Bed Dimension 80.6 x 42.5 x 76.5 L x W x H . Weight capacity: 275lbs. Recommended Mattress Thickness: 8 . This wood house bed will come in 2 packages with clear instructions and hardware.
What is the advantage of this Polibi Wood House Bed?
Featuring roof and two side windows, this bed doubles as a semi-enclosed play place perfect for kids to explore their imaginations.
With guardrail and a sturdy pine frame, this bed offers a safe space for your kids to get a good night s sleep.
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This arrived in 3 boxes and my husband and I took about 4 hours to assemble it as you have to screw a hundred bolts with a tiny little Allen wrench. Might have saved some time if I had allen bits for my drill. The bottom bed has wooden slats that sit about an inch off the ground, which I believe my grandsons would break when they jump around so much, so I took three 1"x3" boards and placed them under the slats lengthwise to support the slats and stop them from banging off of the wood floor. My 3 yr old and 5 yr old grandsons absolutely love this bed Although, it is too big for my 2 yr old boy/girl twin grandkids as they are too small to climb this and they are a little scared of it right now. The two older boys beg to come to my house and as soon as they show up they run right into the bedroom to play on this. As you see in the photo, I waste my time making the beds because they throw the blankets and pillows all over the place immediately. They love to sit in the clubhouse on top, eat popcorn, and watch movies through the window. During sleepovers, they both end up sleeping on the bottom after playing on the top. I chose this model because it has the slide, some versions of this bed do not have a slide which they use a lot. The slide is very steep but only about 4 feet long so they can't really get hurt. With the larger mattress on the bottom, I feel safe knowing that if they fall off of the top or jump , the will only land on the mattress below. But the base of the second level is less than 4' high anyway so it seems pretty safe. The room in the photo has an 8 foot ceiling so you can see there is plenty of room for the clubhouse height-wise. The quality of the materials is good and sturdy. the wood is finished with a plastic-like coating so it's very smooth and won't splinter. The color is good and although I've heard complaints about the smell, I only smelled it shortly after unpacking the parts like any new item you unwrap . The small was gone within hours. Another complaint I read was that the full bed frame on bottom was too big for an American sized full mattress. There is about 3" extra all the way around my mattress, so I use that space to tuck the ends of a thick comforter in and it fills the space nicely. Otherwise, it might be a hazard if they are jumping around and one of their ankles get caught in there. So for, after about 10 days of playing on this non-stop, no injuries of any kind and these boys are pretty rough. Overall, highly recommended for smaller children 10 and under . Would probably be too small for pre-teens/teenagers, I believe.