We ordered this bed, and it came in a speedy amount of time;nonetheless, it was missing a key item: the slats on the bottom of the bed to hold the mattress in place. So, we thought it would be easy enough to merely request these missing parts through overstock, and through the company itself. The company denied us the parts! Such poor communication in the process too! So, after having assembled it, we had to pack it all up, and return it! So frustrating.
We recently ordered this bed for our two year old. The fact that it has two adjustable heights appealed to me because I could save money and NOT buy a box spring AND could put storage boxes underneath. Arrived in good condition; NO missing parts. Very easy to assemble, although I got stuck at step one (you can SKIP that step because you're going to have to take those bolts right back out, I was stuck because I seriously thought I was doing something wrong). Aside from that hiccup, the rest was a breeze, even with a two year old "helping." You don't even need any of your own tools :) The overall quality is decent. This isn't a heavy, solid iron bed; the tubes are hollow with SOME gaps around places the bars connect. Still though, it seems sturdy enough to last through our toddler. On the bright side, hollow tubes will make it easier to move/clean under. The metal has a slightly hammered finish as well. Now something that will matter to at least one other person than myself out there: there are supports under the bed, so if you plan on having boxes under there, they musn't be too wide. Because going to get exact measurements at this hour would wake my little girl and trigger WW3 in my household, a good rule of thumb would be to divide the bed lengthwise into quarters and to not get boxes larger than the quarters, IF you must get them ahead of time. I'm speaking from experience so that you do not have to go quietly curse in the corner as I did because your boxes won't fit and you lost the receipt, while your toddler jumps enthusiastically on her new bed.
These beds are very strong and have a lot of bracing, great for children. The one flaw is that the pain definitely has chips in the crevasses and corners and when putting them together the user needs to be careful not to over tighten the screws or they will chip the paint. Overall, great quality and they look great.
We ordered the white twin beds and received the black instead.I actually ended up liking the black with the room decor better,but I think that's bad service,someone just wasn't paying attention.The beds are sturdy and dont need a box spring which is nice.My 8 and 9 year old girls love their new beds.Took about 45 min to assemble each bed.
Purchased two of these in twin size with the black powder finish. They're quite stable, which was a particular worry of mine, since the price was low. I'm happy to say that the quality and the price were both right. The assembly instructions were clear, and the beds went together quickly and easily with the little tools provided in the assembly kit. Overall, I'm very pleased with this purchase.
I LOVE this bed! Putting it together was a bit intimidating at first, but I did it my myself and was thrilled with the results. All the parts were included, even tools to tighten nuts and bolts. The instructions were good enough that I could figure out what to do, step by step. I am very proud of my new bed!