French-American husband-and-wife team Sophie Demenge and Michael Ryan met at the Pratt Institute, and created Oeuf when they first became parents in 2002. As design-conscious and environmentally-aware parents, they decided to redesign everything to merge their existing esthetics with traditional nursery design.
|Sparrow Headboard and Footboard||12" H x 37" W x 47" D||69 lbs|
|Sparrow Bed Rails-White (Box 2/2)||3.5" H x 79" W x 8" D||19 lbs|
|Bed Design Options:||Panel, Platform|
|Product Category:||Kids Beds|
|Wood Tone:||Light Wood|
Oeuf Sparrow Twin Bed in White
Big money for a poorly constructed item!
Kelly from Seattle WA
We purchased this bed after much research. We paid more than we anticipated because it held a twin mattress, but still felt like a petite sized bed and would not over consume the room. When we got it home and put it together we noticed hairline fractures on the side boards. Looking closely we noticed that this almost $900 bed was made out of MDF! It's cheaply manufactured! We put it together only to have the hairline fractures completely crack and split the wood. We went to return the bed and the store (not this store) sent us new side boards. The merchant explained that the hairline fractures were "just what this bed does" and it does mean it's defective. The bed hardly gets used in our home as our daughter still crawls into our bed with us. Thus, there really is no excuse to have the bed, 2 years after purchase, completely collapse one night. The MDF finally gave and the dowels that are supposed to hold the head board to the bed and provide a safe structure completely popped out as did the screws. The entire bed crashed to the floor and the head board fell on our child's head. You would think for the price we paid, we could get real wood and maybe some L brackets that would provide a secure structure. This bed is NOT worth the money! It's too bad because it looks beautiful and is a perfect fit for our daughter's room.