Vicksburg Twin Bed with Pop Up Trundle
- Unique styling and designs
- Hand crafted, solid wood
- Sit by day, sleep by night
- Collapsible trundle for storage, easily lifts up
- Common for children, sleep overs and guests
- Headboards 42.25" H, Distance from floor to bottom of side rails 14" H
The Vicksburg Twin Bed with Pop Up Trundle is styled after wooden furniture popular from a more genteel time. The high headboard and footboard and camelback make this marvelous bed more of a daybed, suitable for a child's bedroom, guest room or library. Beautiful carvings on the pilaster style posts and paneled sides give the Vicksburg Twin Bed with Pop Up Trundle it's antique appeal. Made in the U.S.A from solid wood, the Vicksburg Twin Bed with Pop Up Trundle will be a wonderful addition to any traditional or transitional room.
The pop up trundle makes accommodating overnight guests simple and easy. Leave the trundle rolled under the Vicksburg Twin Bed when not needed to save space. Roll the trundle out, but leave it in the down position, like a drawer trundle bed or pop the trundle bed up next to the Vicksburg Twin Bed to create a king size bed, perfect for couples.
Keep in mind that while the top part of the Vicksburg Twin Bed does not have a thickness requirement, it is a good idea to get both the bed and trundle mattresses identical so when the trundle is raised next to the bed, a king size bed is created and both mattresses will be even in height. A mattress no thicker than 8 inches will allow the trundle to store easily below the Vicksburg Twin Bed when it is no longer being use.
Please note: The Vicksburg Twin Bed with Pop Up Trundle is made specially to order. Any request for cancellation must be received by us no later than five (5) days after placing an order.
Review Date: 7/8/2010 1:32 am
good in concept
We purchased this daybed after months of research for a multi-purpose room in our CA townhouse. I liked the fact that it had a face on the edge of the lower trundle bed, so that it has a nice clean look to it since it doesn't need a bed skirt. It took awhile to set up, since the pieces are quite heavy for one person to manage it all. But it is an attractive and solid bed that is beautiful. It fits right in with the French Provencial theme we have going, although it is versatile enough that most traditional styles would blend with it. Our only gripe is the trundle. It quit raising up after two nights of use. It just can't handle the weight of a twin mattress! It is not the sturdy trundle of our days of old... that's for certain. How cheap must a spring coil be for it to poop out after two uses? So the whole reason for getting a pop-up trundle went out the window after two tries. We will have added costs to get it fixed or replaced, which means this daybed is really getting up in price!