? about upper berth pull down beds

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  1. paraflier

    paraflier New Member

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    Does anyone know what these look like when they are pulled down? How far from the floor are they? Would it be something that a 6 year old might be comfortable sleeping on or would it be so high they would be scared?
     
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    thanks for asking this I was wondering the same :unsure: does any one have any photos or anything
     
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    No photos but not high enough to scare a child. A little lower than the top bunk of a conventional bunkbed. :yes:

    If the six year old were a restless sleeper though, and fell out, s/he could get hurt. It is high enough for that to happen.
     
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    I found a picture of it, looks like it is as high as the top of the back of the couch. Not sure if it will work but if it doesn't I can always stick both kids on the pullout bed.
     
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    I can't find the pictures I had of it but I don't think it will be a problem.

    Other than the kids fighting over who gets the top bunk! [​IMG]

    Tom :)macwave:.... they'll probably be too tired to care!)
     

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