The only criticism I have would be the "orange-peel" paint job.. then again, the texture (may) be on purpose. Otherwise, it is very difficult to find a stylish full-size daybed w/ twin trundle - I looked high and low, and for the price and aesthetics, you really can't go wrong. With 1-person, it took me 2 hours total to drag the box into my home and assemble.
The quality of fit and finish was good. For some people, the assembly of the bunk beds may be quite a challenge. Some of the dowels provided for the assembly of the head boards and the rails were undersize and fitted loosely. Assembly of the ladder could be better by using wood glue in conjunction with the dowels and screws to provide additional strength, which is what I did. Gluing rails is not a good idea if you ever plan on taking the bunk bed apart however. One of the drilled holes to secure a rail stripped out, which I needed to repair by inserting four round tooth picks to be able to tighten the screw properly. The stain and finish of the bunks beds was very smelly and needed to off gas for at least a week before bringing into the home. The stain that was used was also a bit on the orange side for an typical oak finish. Additionally the number of slats provided, I think were too few. I added two additional slats for each bed, which supported the mattresses better. Once assembled however, the bunk beds seem to be a good value and should provide a number of years of service. Overall I was very satisfied with our purchase despite the points I stated above.
The back frame of the bed had a manufacturing flaw. Customer service was very helpful and shipped out a replacement part in a timely manor. A quality product.
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