bettyandbob Posted September 26, 2012 Share Posted September 26, 2012 I would like to get a storage bed for my ds. His room is very small and the mix of furniture is not conducive growing up and learning independence. He has a bed that is falling apart. He has a dressing that does not very much of his clothing. He has a small closet. He has elfa shelving on the wall for books. ds is 11 and has down syndrome. I'd like to start all over and have a nice bedroom set for him. I want something of decent quality. I guess I want to give ds the message he's worthy of something decent. I hate the condition of his room and the way it's set up he cannot take care of his stuff on his own. I can't buy it all at once. I believe I can get the bed and then fill in a dresser and bookcase over the next year. Since the closet is small I think he will need the storage bed and dresser. If I get the storage bed and it's enough space I may not get a dresser. Anyway I've been looking at This end up, which I thought went out of business, but apparently now does strictly online. Here's what I found http://www.thisendup.com/product/71/ClassicTwinCaptainsBed.htm# Do you have other suggestions for storage beds. I looked at some that were much less expensive, but then when I looked up the makers they had bad reviews on quality. I also looked at http://www.wayfair.com/Discovery-World-Furniture-Weston-Twin-Slat-Bed-DWF1069.html the configuration we would get would have 2 rows of drawers not a trundle. This is cheaper. There were a couple of reviews that suggested it might be less sturdy and a couple that mentioned screws going through too far in assemble. I've also never heard of this manufacturer. I have heard of This End Up and if the quality is the same as it was years ago then I know it's sturdy and will remain in good condition. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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