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TRIBECCA HOME Fairytale Victorian Princess White Twin-size Bed
This kids' furniture set features Victorian styling with floral motif hardware, ecru painted finish and traditional carving details that create the feeling of a princess. This Fairytale Collection bedroom set includes a twin-size bed.
ITEM#: 13672139This kids' furniture set features Victorian styling with floral motif hardware, ecru painted finish and traditional carving details that create the feeling of a princess. This Fairytale Collection bedroom set includes a twin-size bed.
- Set includes: One headboard, one footboard, three slats, one set of rails
- Traditional carving details
- Materials: Asian wood
- Finish: Ecru
- Dimensions: 56 inches high x 39 inches wide x 80 inches deep
Assembly required. This product ships in three (3) boxes.
Mattress, box spring, and bedding (comforter, sheets, pillows, etc.) are NOT included
|Manufacturer Warranty||90 day Limited Manufacturer|
|Finish||Painted White Finish|
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When I saw the picture I instantly fell. This is the bed I saw only in fair tales. I searched several places and found overstock has the most reasonable price. I bought this for my daughter together with a twin size mattress + box. The bed delivered so quickly. My husband assembled it in half an hour. I was a little disappointed about the paint peel off on the headboard. The bed frame has only three planks at the bottom and is not strong to support the whole mattress. I just felt lucky that I also purchased the spring box to serve the support. But then the stacked box and mattress makes the bed a little bit too high for a 4 year old - I had to buy a pair of bed guards to protect my kid from falling off. Other than the above complains, everything looks perfect for a little girl's bedroom. My daughter snuggles down in the bed every night when I read stories to her. She told me that she had a dream of Ariel and other fairies. When she refers to her bed she always says "my princess bed". We both love this bed.Read More
My daughter and I both love this bed. It appears to be very well crafted. My only word of warning is that it is not white. It is a dark cream color. If you are ok with that, then you won't be disappointed.Read More
This bed is beautiful. It is a great buy for its price, but there are 2 things you need to know: 1) there is only 3 bars (3" wide) to support the mattress, so we add 3 more just to feel safe. 2) the head board doesn't go all the way down. It is more a half-piece so you need the box spring in order to cover the gap.Read More
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Hello, vutheikun. This bed has an approximate 200 lbs weight limit. It will be fine to use with an adult as long as it does not exceed the weight limit. Thanks for shopping with us! l.b.
This bed is a twin size, I purchased it for my 5 year old grand daughter. It comes with footboard, headboard and 2 side rails, and 3 small, thin pieces of wood to hold the box spring and mattress. It does not come with mattress or anything else. I believe it is meant to be a "princess" type bed, more for young children. Beware, though, my delivery experience was horrific!
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