|Also Suitable for Adults: Yes||CARB Compliant: Yes|
|CPSIA or CPSC Compliant: Yes||General Conformity Certificate: Yes|
|ISTA 3A Certified: Yes||Product Care: To clean your furniture, use a soft slightly damp cloth. Then wipe with a clean dry cloth. Avoid sun exposure, chemical products or wet objects.|
|Swatch Available: Yes||Tools Needed: Hammer, standard and Phillips screwdrivers|
|Assembly Required: Yes||FSC Certified: Yes|
|Product Warranty: 5 Year Limited||EPP Compliant: Yes|
|Finish: Pure White||Hardware Finish: Matte Silver|
|Frame Material: Manufactured Wood||Frame Material Details: Particle Board|
|Hardware Material: Metal handle||Non Toxic: Yes|
|Number of Drawers: 1||Underbed Storage: Yes|
|Weight Capacity: 250 Pounds||Eco-Friendly: Yes|
|Country of Manufacture: Canada|
South Shore Twin 39" Platform Bed with Drawer in Pure White
MARLYS from AURORA, CO– Verified Buyer
looks good, not too hard to assemble, corners are a little sharp, otherwise satisfied. it is for my ten year old granddaughter, and she loves it
Q from California– Verified Buyer
This is a very heavy bed. It's almost too heavy. I do like the extra storage space in the drawer and the drawer pulls in and out smoothly. It was easy to put together. I was happy to not have any missing pieces.
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Patricia from Florida
I really like this bed, it took a while to put together, but after it was together it was great. At the bottom of the bed, there is a sharp corner that i keep hitting my leg on, but i think the contractor might be able to smooth it out, also one thing I like a lot is I can put the two I bought together and just put a king mattres on it and make it a king perfectly fine! Its great quality!
Sheryl from FLORIDA– Verified Buyer
Easy to assemble. Sturdy MDF board, weighed more than I thought it would. Perfect twin platform bed for a teen bedroom with a vision
Angela from Illinois
For the price, it's fine. We had to build/attach our own supports b/c if the bed is sitting on carpet, there is no way the drawer will open. My husband just attached four small boards we painted white to give it a little lift so the drawer had room to roll open. A better design feature would have been to round the edges. Sharp corners sticking out means lots of bruised shins. Will probably attach some sort of clear corner protector. Again, no real surprises. You get what you pay for and if your're looking for an inexpensive way to update a room or provide college bedding, it's not a bad deal.
Cortni from Alpharetta, GA– Verified Buyer
This bed is so cheap! Don't buy it the "wood" that they claim the bed to be is the cheapest particle board I have ever seen.
Anonymous from California– Verified Buyer
Anonymous from Massachusetts