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Old 11th May 2017, 19:44   #271
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I planning on a bunk bed with queen size + single bed on top. I am exploring readymade options before getting it made. Something like this,
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Link: https://www.urbanladder.com/products...torage-bunkbed
It is sold out on urban ladder. Any shops which have similar options?
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You dont have a market like Kirti nagar over there?
I got more or less the same recliner built for 19k, when UL was offering it for 22.But, I got to choose the material used, the color, the number of panels, and the stuffing.

Doing duty very well.
You've just got to treat it like you treat your car seat.
Hey can you tell me the shop in Kirti nagar from whom you bought the recliners? I need to buy a set.

Also guys is it safe to buy furniture from Pepperfry or Urban ladder? I need to buy 2 beds and a sofa and few more smaller items.

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If anyone is looking for a deal on laZboy recliners, they are on sale on flipkart and after the Citibank discount it is working out to 25.5k compared to 31k that I paid for it three months back. It's a sweet deal.
And how is the review for the recliners? I am looking to buy.

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Also guys is it safe to buy furniture from Pepperfry or Urban ladder? I need to buy 2 beds and a sofa and few more smaller items.
I will vouch for the safety aspect. I have bought a Bookshelf from Urban Ladder and two king size beds and side table from Pepperfry over a year back. All are doing fine. Its always better to spend a bit more and go for solid Sheesham wood furniture. These are built better.
I also had a good experience with woodenstreet.com. Bought a Sheesham wood TV unit from them. That is good too. Only downside is they take too long to ship, sometimes upto 6 weeks.
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Hey can you tell me the shop in Kirti nagar from whom you bought the recliners? I need to buy a set.

Also guys is it safe to buy furniture from Pepperfry or Urban ladder? I need to buy 2 beds and a sofa and few more smaller items.
https://www.google.co.in/maps/search...6pD8kQ8gEIJTAA

Roundabout here. It should say something to the effect of sofa hi sofa or something. There's a ton of other shops as well. I would suggest that you go inside a bit, away from the main road. Better deals. By the by, the recliner is still doing duty without any issues.
I bought a bed from PF and thats also working out well. If you're into spring mattresses, I would suggest Boston mattresses, based in noida. Look it up.

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.. whom you bought the recliners? I need to buy a set.
I have purchased two lazboy recliners from UL and thought was getting a good deal but within two months it became available on SD and FK and with the bank offers it was cheaper there. Went the branded route for warranty and quality purposes.
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I planning on a bunk bed with queen size + single bed on top. I am exploring readymade options before getting it made. Something like this,
I have multiple examples of these ONLINE FURNITURE becoming loose from joints and some even developing cracks during summers as the wood was not cured properly. 75% of these use SHEESHAM wood.

I would suggest to get it made. It will survive for ten years and that in my view is ideal age span of such beds.
By that time the kids will grow out of them.

Regards-Sonu

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