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Featured Reviews
Summer Breeze White Wash Captain Bedroom Collection Summer Breeze White Wash Captain Bedroom Collection
 5 stars
These beds are so useful for kids. Tons of nooks and crannies for them to use, and great storage.
- Barbara in Largo, FL

Amesbury Twin Captain Bedroom Collection Amesbury Twin Captain Bedroom Collection
 4 stars
Got the whole set for my toddlers room, its nice for the price.
- Lisa in milford, MI

Libra Twin Platform Bedroom Collection Libra Twin Platform Bedroom Collection
 4 stars
For a quick bed with out all the springs this is a good idea!
- Dan in Lexington, SC

Karma Mate's Kids Bedroom Collection Karma Mate's Kids Bedroom Collection
 4 stars
We purchased the white set, along with the matching nightstand, for my daughter's room. It's not the best furniture in the world, but it is hard to beat the price for all of it. It looks good in herWe purchased the white set, along with the matching nightstand, for my daughter's room. It's not the best furniture in the world, but it is hard to beat the price for all of it. It looks good in her room once it was finally put together. However, the main negative would have to be the portions that have to be nailed. This includes the bottoms of the drawers as well as the backing of the headboard and dresser. If you don't position the nail perfectly, or if it doesn't go in perfectly straight, it tries to pop out of the piece it is being connected to. The nail causes the the other piece to started to bubble up, which doesn't look very good at all. Luckily, it was mainly the inside of the drawers, so we won't really see them too often."..."  Read more
- Brian in Chatham, IL

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