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Q: Full size bed frame to fit a twin size trundle bed ( No Answer,   0 Comments )
Subject: Full size bed frame to fit a twin size trundle bed
Category: Family and Home > Home
Asked by: kurtis650-ga
List Price: $30.00
Posted: 23 Nov 2006 10:05 PST
Expires: 23 Dec 2006 10:05 PST
Question ID: 785087
I have a small room and want my daughter to have her own bed. I
currently have a boxspring and a mattress for a full size bed, but my
current metal frame is too small to allow a twin-size trundle to fit
underneath it, which is what I would like to get for my child.

Ideally, I would like to find an attractive (light-colored wood)
matching full-size bed frame and twin-size trundle. The trick is that
the only ones I've found have a big headboard and footboard, which
would really "shrink" my room, and I would prefer something without
either (although probably just the headboard without the footboard is
okay). The best I've found is below (although it's probably too bulky
with the big headboard and footboard):

If that doesn't work, my local Ikea has a trundle bed frame that would
do the trick - now all I need to find is a full-size bed frame that
would allow that trundle to slide underneath. This is obviously
affected primarily by the clearance underneath the bed and the length
between the front and back legs. The Ikea trundle ("Robin underbed")
is 11 3/8 inches high and 74 3/4 inches long, so the bed frame would
have to be 13 inches off the ground and have at least 76 inches
between the legs.

Here are my two answer scenarios:
1. Ideal: Find an attractive wooden frame without a footboard, and a
nice matching wooden trundle (twin size) to slide underneath. Light
colored wood (like birch) only, please.
2. Second best: Find a frame (either metal or wood) with the clearance
necessary to accomodate the Ikea trundle I already found.

Thank you very much! This will be a birthday present for my daughter.

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