trundle bed

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a low bed to be slid under a higher bed

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For children, similar to a trundle bed, cribs with shelf space or drawers underneath can help keep their wardrobe organised.
Entertainment for the afternoon will be provided by Sheila and Sherrill Murphy, who will use clothing and accessories from their business, "Robins in the Trundle Bed," to enhance their storytelling.
The screen then drops onto a frame, which slides sideways out of the machine like a trundle bed, allowing easy cleaning and screen changing plus direct access to the cutting chamber.
Most cabins include a sofa-bed or pop-up trundle bed.
Growing up in the States, sleeping over at friends' houses meant rolling out the trundle bed.
Consider a trundle bed, daybed, or bunk bed for sleepover guests.
A trundle bed reaches the same height as the regular bed, to be paired with it for sleepovers.
The niche that was created was fitted with a single bed for the occupant and a trundle bed for an occasional overnight guest.
In addition to the two spacious bedrooms, the Villa features a separate children's room fitted with trundle beds, while a connecting Deluxe Villa enables guests to expand their hideaway into a three-bedroom retreat with two pools.
The house has five bedrooms, but the children seem to prefer the playroom above the three-car garage, containing plenty of trundle beds for bunking after a hard day of play.
The Powell Kids section of Schwartz's new store is devoted to children's bunk beds, trundle beds and day beds, along with some dressers and related items.
Consumer Product Safety Commission and Bayside Furnishings of San Diego, CA, announced a voluntary recall of approximately 9,300 LaJolla Boat beds and Pirates of the Caribbean Twin Trundle beds.
And for spaces so slim they could be termed anorexic, the store carries well-designed versions of trundle beds.