HEMNESDaybed frame with 3 drawersArticle Number204.727.01
This product has multiple packages.
Width: 20 ¾ "
Height: 2 ¼ "
Length: 80 ¼ "
Weight: 60 lb 9 oz
Width: 11 ½ "
Height: 2 ¼ "
Length: 80 ½ "
Weight: 48 lb 1 oz
Width: 32 ¾ "
Height: 3 ½ "
Length: 41 ¼ "
Weight: 62 lb 14 oz
Width: 33 "
Height: 3 ¼ "
Length: 39 ¼ "
Weight: 58 lb 3 oz
A question actuallyHeather S.The trundle doesn’t have dimensions of the height the mattress needs to be. I am interested in a particular mattress that’s height is 8 in. Will it fit underneath ?3
Absolutely love it!LINDSEYEasy to put together and just perfect for us. You will not find anything like this, that pulls out to a king, and of you do, it's double the price.5
Not DurableCAGATAY E.Weak1
Very Nice BedKARAVery pleased with this bed! Got this for my 9 year old son. The drawers are huge! Would highly recommend.5
Been couple of weeks butHUI P.Been couple of weeks but still have smell, don't know if affect the health5
Perfect fitHeidiWe wanted a bed for our 18 year old while he was home from college. But we wanted to be able to have space for an office in his room while he’s gone at school. This bed is perfect!5
LOVE this trundle!Ally P.We needed a couch for our basement that would pull into a king size bed and this was PERFECT! The color is beautiful, it’s sturdy and super easy to pull in and out. We got two 5 inch regular twin mattresses from another place online and they fit perfectly. The drawers are deep and hold extra bedding and blankets. My husband and I use it everyday as a couch and have slept on it and it’s super comfortable with the mattresses we chose. We did pay through task rabbit to have someone else put it together and it was 100% worth the money. They did a fantastic job and I anticipate this thing will last for years. We also bought king size pillows to use for the back and that works great! Would highly recommend!5
Defective Design, Hemnes DaybedFrankHemnes daybed assembly manual, at pages 25 & 33, shows big fat “X’s” to warn (duh) not to step in an open drawer, (duh) not to sit on a thin metal strip.
However, at page 18, drawing 21, there is NO warning that if you sit / lie on the lower trundle, IT WILL COLLAPSE !1
Great lookPatriciaSturdy and attractive. Good value for price4
It was not easy toEMINEIt was not easy to assemble plus it makes to much noise3
So PleasedGayeI was aware of how great this piece of furniture is having slept in one at a friends house.5
Perfect!CharlotteThis is the second Hemnes day bed I have purchased. I love it because it doesn't fill a lot of space, but becomes a huge bed for guests. Plus the drawers store everything I need for the bedding.5
Exactly what we needed for a small bedroom doacesherryThe bed looks nice in our space and is sturdy5
Good ValueLONGGood Value5
It’s great!ChristinaIt’s great!5
Great daybed for the moneyMIHAELAWait until you assemble it to realize how big it is. Your guests would be very happy. Great storage too especially for guest or you extra pillows, blankets etc.
I totally recommend it5
Great product, just as expected.OutiGreat product, just as expected. we've had Hemnes furniture before.5
Love!DianaWhat a wonderful day bed. Very easy to assemble and is a great size.5
Nice quality. Not the sameDeniseNice quality. Not the same color as other hemnes products (dresser).5
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