I'm trying to figure out how to have a third bed for an adult. I will sometimes be traveling with my elderly mother or husband and sometimes it will be all three of us. I wondered about using a trundle bed that could slide out at night. When it's not used as a bed, it would be a convenient storage space. Has anyone tried something like this? I would love any ideas on how to do this. My next challenge is three seatbelts!
I am looking for which ships have bunk bed style beds or a sofa bed with a second bed that trundles out instead of one sleeping surface for the 3rd and 4th passengers of a balcony or mini suite level cabin.
I understand the main bed can usually be broken down to two beds but looking specifically for the 3rd/4th guest options.
(I have two nephews who can’t sleep on the same sleeping surface apparently. We were hoping to go on the Royal Princess but it appears they just have a solid sofa bed which won’t work for them.)
I've looked all over and literally found only one vendor! Maybe I'm searching for the wrong thing. I have a study that occasionally is used as a guest room. I'm looking for a twin size "trundle" bed. This is a twin size bed (frame) with a second twin size bed frame that rolls under the first one.
Specifically I want the lower one to have a "pop-up" mechanism so that when I pull it out it is at the same level as the first mattress so I can make the two up together as a king size bed. This (used to be) a well known thing.
Can anyone point me to any other choices other than the one I found: https://www.amazon.com/Kings-Brand-Furniture-Trundle-Mattresses/dp/B006DI1070/ref=sr_1_9?keywords=pop+up+trundle+with+mattress&qid=1572299518&s=home-garden&sr=1-9
Basically I want to have a bed I can rollout from under me, but use the top of that surface as an area to put my desk and PC. I'm unsure how to phrase it any better than a Trundle Bed but with only the rollout bed, and not the top one
I've recently upgraded to a king sized bed, and so I'm selling my full sized trundle bed (mattress and box spring included). The bed is quite bulky, and I can take it apart, but you will need to help move it from upstairs in my apartment and you'll probably need a large truck or trailer to take it. Best offer can take it.
Alternatively, if you can help me move it to a donation or charity center that will take it, you can have it for free.
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i have a small bedroom and work from home - i want to be able to roll my desk into the bedroom during the day. i rent an apt and can't screw things into walls or ceilings (so i can't get a murphy bed). i want the floor space as free as possible (so i don't want a futon/sofabed), and i have MS (sometimes i cant feel my legs, so climbing up the ladder in a loft bed would not work). otherwise any of those solutions would be great.
i have a great 10" mattress, and if my legs always worked right just sleeping on the floor and tipping it over during the day would be a perfect solution. but i need to be higher off the ground so i can get up easily. in my mind i am thinking of something that's like like a folding table i could use to put the mattress on to keep me higher off the ground, then tipping over the mattress during the day, and folding up the base beneath it every day and also putting that to the side - that would only take up about a foot of floor space. i have a "folding" boxspring now, but if you want to fold it you have to do a lot of unscrewing etc, so that's not sustainable for everyday folding. ps i am open to other ideas besides this folding boxspring/table - i am even thinking of getting another 10" mattress to doublethe mattresses up and tip them both over during the day, but i am not sure if that would be sturdy. all ideas welcome.
i am looking online now for possible solutions but figured i'd post here. thank you in advance.
I searched all over the internet but can't find anyone who has done this before. I'm moving into my friend's small guest house (it's basically a 10'x10' shed), and want to sleep on a twin bed to save space. However, I had the idea of using a sort of trundle and a second twin mattress to make a full-size bed for when my significant other sleeps over. All of the trundle beds and DIYs I've found all have the beds separated, one up high and one on the floor. Obviously, that will make things a little awkward for activities, so I'm trying to figure out a way they can both be on the same level.
So far, I figure I'm going to have to build some interlocking bed frame that can slide apart without actually coming apart, and I also want it to be a good 3-4' off the ground. I'm picking up a used wooden twin bed frame (ikea) that will hopefully give me a good starting point at least.
I'm just curious if anyone has ever tried to do this or even seen it done, or any advice that might be helpful. Thanks!
I've seen then DIY'd but Queen and king size beds with pull out dog beds or trundle underneath for pets to sleep on or kids when they've just had a bad night and need mom and dad.
It's a small thing, but it stood out to me that Logan didn't take the pull-out bed and took Rory's bed when staying at her and Lorelai's house. Usually that'd not be seen as the 'gentlemanly' thing to do (not that I think it's necessary), but I'm guessing maybe chivalry was a bit more of a thing when the episode aired?