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Harper & Bright Designs Wood Twin Loft Bed w/ Slide (Espresso) EXPIRED

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Home Depot has Harper & Bright Designs Wood Twin Loft Bed w/ Slide (Various Colors) on sale from $159.99 -> from $163.99 -> Now from $159.99 when you apply promo code HDDECORJAN20 in cart. Shipping is free, otherwise select free store pickup where available. Thanks rsvpd

Available Colors (prices after applying code HDDECORJAN20 in cart):
  • Espresso (WF187744PAA) $163.99
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  • White (WF187744KAA) $167.99
  • Walnut (WF187744DAA) $159.99
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Home Depot [homedepot.com] has Harper & Bright Designs Wood Twin Loft Bed with Slide from $159.99 w/ HDDECORJAN20. Shipping is free.

prices after HDDECORJAN20:
  • Walnut $159.99 OOS
  • Espresso $163.99
  • White $167.99 OOS
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Will the slide hold up to an adult using it? Asking for a friend...
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With 29" of clearance underneath I don't think you're going to get much of a desk down there.
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Do you think that you could put another twin underneath for a toddler?
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Do you think that you could put another twin underneath for a toddler?
I like your thought, but I'm afraid they'll fight each other to be on top.
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Do you think that you could put another twin underneath for a toddler?
It's definitely possible. It can also be used for a desk underneath or a sitting area. Loft beds are great for this
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It's definitely possible. It can also be used for a desk underneath or a sitting area. Loft beds are great for this
With 29" of clearance underneath I don't think you're going to get much of a desk down there.
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Do you think that you could put another twin underneath for a toddler?
The dimensions show theres only about 29" of clearance under the bed. If you put a mattress down there then that leaves you under 2 feet. That doesn't really seem like much headroom even for a little one.
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This doesn't seem like a very economical use of real estate. At roughly 8ft X 8ft with 2.5 ft of clearance underneath, it's going to take up a huge chunk of floor space with not a lot of utility under it. Maybe the underside could be used for storage or something but definitely not a desk or play area like other loft beds (unless your kid is a masochist and loves head injuries).
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Furniture risers might help with these ideas
With a slide on the bed? I don't know how I would feel about that .
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With a slide on the bed? I don't know how I would feel about that .
Watch out, the last step is a doozy.
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Looking at the picture seems its too low to add a bed or table underneath. Its only good for play area.
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Do you think that you could put another twin underneath for a toddler?
We have a similar loft bed in our kids' room and I was hoping to do just this. But putting something like a 6-10" mattress under there doesn't leave much room. The kids bonk their heads on the overhang enough as is. I opted to put a 2" memory foam pad under there with sheets on it. The kids can lay under there and read books, play with toys, etc. And it's very useful for sleepovers!

I'd suggest putting some fun lighting under there. We got some of those cheap light strips and the kids like to change the colors while playing under the loft.
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Is the slide removable?
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