Pippin Small Double Bed with Trundle
Designed with classic English heritage in mind, the Pippin small double bed is elegantly designed to grow alongside your child. Three neutral colour offerings adapt well to suit many styles of interior, great for keeping up with the ever-changing personality’s, likes and dislikes of your youngsters.
Elegant finials give the collection a timeless feel while keeping to a simplistic design that’s highly versatile.
This small double is ideal for those with more compact living to perfectly accommodate the growing teen.
Opt for the additional trundle with this version of the classic Pippin small double bed. Multi-functional, working perfectly for both further under bed storage that’s certain to stay neatly tucked away or pair with our coordinating trundle mattress to be best prepared for sleep over fun.
A guaranteed commitment to real quality
You don’t just find quality in the polished grain of hand-crafted wood or soft touch of supple premium leather. Real quality goes more than skin deep to ensure your Barker and Stonehouse furniture remains beautiful, practical and an asset to your home. It’s something we’re very proud of, which is why all our furniture comes with a two-year guarantee with the option to extend to five years should you wish.
|Dimensions:||W129 x D202 x H99cm|
Assembly: Self assembly
Material: Solid hardwoods and engineered wood panels
Base: Slatted solid hardwood base
Features: Single pull out trundle which fits a trundle mattress 76 x 183 x 15cm. Mattress is sold separately and available to purchase
Mattress Required: Coordinates adult small double 190 x 120cm. Mattress is sold separately and available to purchase
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