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Guest Beds

A superb choice for a sleepover fanatic and for when family or guests come to stay! A trundle drawer fits neatly under the main bed frame. All you need to do is simply roll it out, pop a mattress into the drawer and ‘abracadabra’ – you will have a comfortable speedy spare bed in a jiffy.

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Always Having Guests Over?

The trundle drawer sits neatly under the main bed frame so it doesn’t take up any floor space until it is pulled out and in use so it’s a fantastic space saver.

Or, if you’d like something more designed, you can get a beautifully upholstered guest bed. It looks more like a sofa than a bed, and takes a standard mattress, so this could easily be used in a spare room or downstairs space if you prefer. 

Some high sleeper or loft bed combinations also include a fabulous pull-out sofa bed. Teens and parents alike love the functionality of this because it offers them a place to relax in the day and then a great spare bed when their friend comes over to stay.

Here are some frequently asked questions by our customers that you may find helpful in selecting your guest bed.

What age is appropriate for a guest bed?

A typical guest bed such as a trundle drawer can pretty much be used as soon as they have outgrown their cot which is usually around 18-36 months onwards.

Is a trundle drawer suitable to use as a main, everyday bed?

Some trundle drawers have solid slats and some may have a solid base. They are designed for occasional use so we wouldn’t recommend using the trundle for long term use, but it’s there as and when you need it.

What safety issues should I consider?

  • When properly constructed and assembled, your trundle will be structurally safe. Safety issues come from not assembling furniture correctly so always read the instructions carefully.
  • We recommend that you only use the correct size mattress for the bed as specified on the product page.
  • Take care when pulling the trundle out from under the bed so little fingers do not get trapped and also so the bed frame is not knocked or damaged.
  • Periodically check and ensure that the bed is free from damage, and that all fixings and parts are secure.
  • Do not use substitute parts that are not designed for use with the bed. Always contact us for replacement parts.

Day Beds

A day bed is effectively a single bed with three enclosed or semi enclosed sides.

A day bed is great for younger children to help them feel enclosed and secure. It also offers great versatility and is very popular with teens because they’ve got a fully functional bed to sleep in at night, and in the day, they can add some cushions and use it just like a sofa. Perfect for when they are reading, studying, gaming and when their friends come over.

Day beds come in a range of colours, designs and finishes so there’s plenty to choose from. Many come with a trundle drawer too which makes a perfect guest bed. Other designs double the sleep space from a single to a double bed. The added spare bed fits neatly underneath the frame when not in use and then can be lifted and raised to the same height as the main bed when needed. 

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What age is appropriate for a day bed?

A child can go into a low single once they have outgrown their cot which is usually around 18-36 months onwards.

What safety issues should I consider?

  • When properly constructed and assembled, your bed will be structurally safe. Safety issues come with not assembling the bed frame correctly so always read the instructions carefully.
  • We recommend that you only use the correct size mattress for the bed as specified on the product page.
  • Regularly check and ensure that the bed is free from damage, and that all fixings are secure.
  • Do not use substitute parts that are not designed for use with the bed. Always contact us for replacement parts.

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