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Tradewins Doll House Wood Loft Bunk Bed


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  • Makes any little girl feel like a princess.
  • Shelving provides additional storage
  • Bottom opening will accommodate full or queen size bed.
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item model numberDHB-600
Assembled Height 94 inches
Assembled Width 87 inches
Assembled Length 51 inches
Weight 444 Pounds
  
Additional Information
ASINB003915V9W
Best Sellers Rank #1,806,538 in Home & Kitchen (See top 100)
Shipping Weight444 pounds
Date First AvailableOctober 16, 2007
  
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This appealing and innovative bed by Tradewins features a loft bunk bed fashioned to look like a precious purple and green doll house. There?s a slanted roof with a window that your little house-dweller can peer out of while curled up in the cozy upstairs of their own private living quarters. The lower area fits a twin or full bed (sold separately), or can be left open as a play area. This is the ultimate bed for imaginative little girls! Specifications: Perfect for girls With Built-In Ladder With Bookshelves Overall dimensions: 87" W x 51" D x 94" H

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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By dar-c on March 3, 2011
after purchasing this item and putting it together realized how low the overhead area is for anyone walking, sleeping, or even when used for storage, it is! The headroom if any bed is put in space is minimual. My daughters have hit their heads many times just trying to get on/off a toddler mattress set vertically next to cubby. Neither my 5 or 6 yr old ejoys being on lower level (despite recent placement of a lcd 19" t.v. **again, cubby has very limited height, viewing space, and accessability to run power cords. I drilled a hole on backside of cubby to run them). I also am disappointed that no stairs were avail with such an expensive unit. I ended up improvising with a cabinet I placed horizontally at side of upper bunk. The "steps" are only slightly more stable or safe than a slanted ladder.

Had I to do it over again, would've chose to spend money on a totally different unit.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By amazonMommy on April 20, 2011
This is a cute, sturdy little house but its way too expensive. We only pay 1, 080 for it and it was on sale. Its VERY heavy boxes, HUGE, about the size of a sheet of sheet rock, and they are HEAVY boxes. So you needs lots of help. then you need 3 men to put this together w/out it taking FOREVER or someone getting hurt. I wish the inside of the dollhouse had detail like the outside. Its just purple w/ unfinished looking windows and no detail. Kids dont really mind, but that bugs me that it was so pricey and they didnt make the inside loft look nice. Also, there arent any holes underneight for wires for a tv or anything that u migt want to set on the little nook in the bottom by that full sized bed in the picture (u cant see the little shelf but its behind the front shelves). Also, the screw things that hold the hting together are exposed in several places and loooks tacky. I will probaby paint them to match each color so they don't bug me every time i see them. That is tacky looking. Also, this does not come w/ optional steps. I think we are going to make some for it though. The very bottom cubby hole underneight the 'steps' on the side is just hallow. its fun for my 4 toddler to play in but i dont know what its for besdies just hiding things. its too hard, exposes ur flooring (so u have to vacuum it, cant just wip it like a shelf). Also, not even a toddler can sit up on the bottom bed and not hit thier head. the loft is VERY low. I have a toddler bed under thier now so its ok but when we put a regular bed undre there, we won't be able to use a bed frame or it will be so high the kid will have to scoot thier head under it.

All in all, nice cute houes but wayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy too expensive for being a little unpractical in alot of ways.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By MommyTRX on November 16, 2011
We've had this sturdy and adorable bed for 3 years and we STILL love it! Hard to find in person and even more rare as a resale! I would recommend this bed!
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We purchased this bed for our two young daughters. We love the bed but really wish they would make a staircase unit to go with this set. It's very hard to climb to the top bunk and even harder to climb down. We have purchased several coordinating pieces to the bed (2 chests, 2 night stands and a desk) and would gladly purchase a staircase if they made one.
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