Ayres Eco Trundle Bed by Argington

by , 06/26/08

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We love all things convertible that bring multiple functions to one beautiful object. A great example: Argington’s Ayres Twin Bed, which is a pint-sized twin bed for your tots, with a second trundle that pulls out for sleepovers (or proof that there AREN’T monsters under the bed). Argington uses FSC woods and non-toxic finishes, all designed with sleek and simple kid-friendly aesthetics.

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The Ayres Twin Bed is part of the Wonders Collection, each piece coming with information about the natural treasure that inspired the furniture design. All of Argington’s furniture is designed to be reusable and adaptable, so that it grows as your children grow. As for materials, all of their pieces are manufactured with FSC certified timber and non-toxic finishes.

+ Argington Modern Children’s Furniture

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One Response to “Ayres Eco Trundle Bed by Argington”

  1. Julia says:

    Nice design but HORRIBLE customer service. We had to wait 12 weeks to receive
    this bed and when it finally arrived it was broker, I called Argington directly and the owner Andrew Argington was arrogant and wasn’t willing to accommodate us in any way, He was willing to exchange but we had to wait 4 more weeks to get the exchange, What a joke!!! Save your money and order something else!

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