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Rolling Under Bed Storage Drawer - Set of 2
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- SHIPS NEXT BUSINESS DAY FROM ATHENS, GEORGIA.
- FITS UNDER NOMAD AND CHARLESTON PLATFORM BEDS BY KD FRAMES.
- UNFINISHED, TULIP POPLAR HARDWOOD.
- MADE IN THE USA WITH A 5 YEAR WARRANTY.
- 4 STURDY WHEELS FOR EASY GLIDING.
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The 36 inch drawers are made to fit under our Charleston & nomad bed frames (all sizes). If you need drawers for your ekko-bed frame make sure to order the 32 inch size. Each drawer has 4 wheels underneath so they will easily roll out and back under your bed. Please note that the drawers have slatted bottoms which help reduce mildew when storing bedding. About poplar hardwood - these drawers are made of smooth, clean, unfinished poplar hardwood, not pine. Many of the pine products on the market have a rough splintery feel. Pine averages 18% moisture content, our hardwood is kiln dried to 8%, which means it's far less likely to split or warp. This pure untreated wood is preferred by many consumers seeking a natural, hypo-allergenic alternative to todays chemical laden products. The wood takes stain or paint exceptionally well but most of our customers elect to leave it as is and enjoy the beauty of natural wood. Important notice - this item requires assembly, we include all hardware and step-by-step instructions.
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The rollers work great. We have new carpet in the room, so we were a little worried that the wheels would snag or catch, but they don't at all. They are nice.
The size is deceptively large. Almost too large for a toddler. We started putting underware and pj's in the drawers, and they work fine, but since there is no compartmentalization, all the things go in one big pile. That may not be a problem for some bulkier items, but when we only have a few pairs of pj's and a couple of packs of underware I'm not sure we're using the space most effectively.
One other note is the slatted bottom. When we stored small articles of clothing in the drawers, they would tend to fall through those slats. I simply measured my completed drawers, went to Lowe's and picked up a couple pieces of thin plywood, had them cut the wood to size, came home, sanded it and put them in. I think it is a preference thing about whether you want a solid or slatted bottom, and I understand why they make them slatted, but you may want to consider what you'll be storing in them when they are installed.
These obviously need to be assembled, and the assembly could not be easier. It comes with bolts, an allen wrench and some great instructions. The pieces are all clearly identifiable, and well sanded. If you want to finish them, you probably want to do so before you assemble, but the choice is up to you. We left them unfinished.
I've put together many pieces of furniture over the years - these drawers were VERY simple to put together, with excellent directions. They look very nice when you come into my bedroom & see underneath the bed, since they 'match' the frame. The 2-drawer set fits beneath my full-sized frame perfectly. I highly recommend buying these drawers when you buy the matching frame.
The only reason I couldn't give the drawers 5 stars was the 3 different modifications I had to make. The wheels that come with are wooden and only allow the drawers to move forward and back. When the large, deep drawers are full they are heavy and getting them in the exact spot they need to be under the bed, so they stay flush with the bed frame, is next to impossible with only a back and forth motion and not a little side to side wiggle room. I went and bought cheap swivel (1 & 1/2") casters from my local hardware store and simply screwed them on right to the underside of the bottom planks/ slats. Now they are easy to move!
I also didn't care for the way the bottoms were open slats preventing me from storing smaller items that would fall through. So while at said hardware store, I bought some cheap, thin, hard board and cut it down to size and simply dropped it in the bottom with the durable heavy hardwood slats for support this is fine...but this can only be done if you are replacing the wheels as I did because the wooden wheels that come with the drawers are actually higher than the slats. I guess that why the bottoms are slats to begin with?
This of course raised the height of the drawers and the clearance for under the bed was off by a 1/4 of an inch that was solved with the last fix of simple rubber pads that go under furniture (again easily purchased at any hardware store) these placed under the platform bed frame raised it exactly where it needed to be.
With an additional need for items (about $20 a set of drawers) and time, (about an hour, or two if you count going to the hardware store) and a little bit of 'elbow grease' (not much as I not that handy with tools and I did all of this myself)these drawers are great. With the 3 steps listed, a must for me, I still ordered 3 more sets of these drawers as I felt the quality and usefulness was well worth the effort!
These are the only 10" deep drawers I could find on the market anywhere! All others are 5". The amount of storage capabilities makes these drawers worth twice what they are sold for. Not to mention the solid quality of them, they will probably out live me!
These drawers are a wise investment & money well spent.