|Item Weight||167 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||84 x 60 x 70 inches|
|Item model number||1380TLRS|
Other Sellers on Amazon
+ Free Shipping
5-Year Furniture Protection Planfrom Warrantech
- May be purchased for all US states except Wyoming
- Plan shipped via email so there is no waiting
- Covers common accidents such as stains, punctures, burns and breakage
- Mattresses are Not Covered
DONCO Kids 1380TLRS Series Bed, Twin, Rustic Sand
|Price:||$655.49 & FREE Shipping|
|You Save:||$100.51 (13%)|
Usually ships within 4 to 5 days.
- Easy access and storage
- Simple design perfect for any room decor
- Made in brazil
Frequently bought together
Customers who bought this item also bought
Customers who viewed this item also viewed
Have a question?
Find answers in product info, Q&As, reviews
Please make sure that you are posting in the form of a question.
Don't Trading Co. Is a family owned and operated import and wholesale furniture business. Specializing in youth furniture, we carry a large selection of bunk beds, stairway bunk beds, captains beds, trundle beds, day beds, and platform beds.
Compare with similar items
DONCO Kids 760-CP Low Study Loft Bed, Dark Cappuccino
DONCO Kids 1350TLRP Series Bed, Twin, Rustic Pearl
Twin Tent Loft with Slide and Slat-Kits Light Espresso, Blue Tent
247SHOPATHOME Idf-BK131AW Childrens-Bed-Frames, Twin, Oak and Walnut
DONCO Kids 1380TLRG Series Bed, Twin, Rustic Grey
|Shipping||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping|
|Sold By||Shop to Save||OJCommerce||DFW Furnituremart||Shop to Save||Furniture Creations||DFW Furnituremart|
|Color||Rustic Sand||Dark Cappuccino/White||Rustic Pearl||Blue Tent||Oak and Walnut||Rustic Grey|
|Item Dimensions||60 x 84 x 70 in||43 x 79 x 41 in||57 x 85 x 82 in||14 x 75 x 3 in||43.75 x 78.25 x 79.88 in||60 x 84 x 70 in|
|Size||Twin||Twin||Twin||Twin Loft Bed||Twin||Twin|
Top customer reviews
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.
That said, the bed was not the easiest thing to assemble. It takes at least two people (and I suggest at least three people to place the roof on top of the bed frame) and although the instructions estimated 2 hours to assemble, it took us closer to 3.5 hours from start to finish. Additionally, there were some shorter screws that were missing but an overstock of longer screws (which ended up being a sufficient substitute) and some of the pre-drilled pilot holes were off by fractions of an inch, which required us to drill extra/larger holes into the wood to properly fit all screws into the appropriate fasteners. Additionally, some of the panels (i.e. the head and foot boards, the front of the tree house) didn't come with pre-drilled holes, which required us to either create pilot holes of our own, or drill screws directly into the wood without a pilot hole (which was somewhat difficult since the wood was quite strong). The instructions themselves stated that you only needed to provide your own handheld Phillips screwdriver and hammer, and that everything else you needed to assemble the bed was provided in the package. I believe that having a power drill was an absolute must.
All critique aside, the difficulties with assembly were well worth it as my son is in awe and in love with the bed and slept all through his first night in it!