Second Hand Childrens Beds
For those of us who have children, we know that buying them essentials such as a nice bed to sleep in can be expensive, especially if you have more than one child. There are many types of children’s beds on the market such as single beds, bunk beds and cabin beds.
Noa and Nani Kara Toddler Bed
Collection only (Isleworth)
toddler bed white wooden
Collection only (Spennymoor)
tree house bed Mathy by bols
Collection only (Abingdon)
Returned Stock - Racing Car Toddler Bed Boy Girl Red F1 70 x 140 cm
Childrens bed by RAFA-kids design house (excellent condition) (RRP €950)
Collection only (Esher)
Ikea High Sleeper Bunk Bed with Ladder Metal
Collection only (Mitcham)
If storage space is limited in your child’s bedroom then buying a cabin bed is a good option because they come with included storage such as draws, shelves and some have pull out desks for them to do their school work on. Whether you are buying your child’s first bed or they simply just need a new one, the cost of buying a new bed can be inconvenient, especially if it is a time when you are short of money.
Buying a second hand children’s bed is a great way to save money and still buy your child a bed which is comfortable and that meets their needs. There are many advantages to buying second hand children’s beds other than saving money. Children outgrow everything quickly; especially their bed and you may be reluctant to spend a lot of money on a bed that they will outgrow in a few years. Also, if you do have more than one child, bunks beds are a great option and you can get two beds for the price of one and save money. There are a lot of companies that will sell brand new beds at second hand prices simply because they have been used in show rooms for display. If you are lucky enough to find one, you can save yourself a lot of money and still buy a brand new bed.