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    Default AB Furniture

    What some good web site I can buy some AB furniture from just looking around try find the best price the cheaper the better . My parent final let get some just want to look around pair prices.

    so if you list bunch site for me thanks.

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    Asher

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    Just went on google and found this; it looks like it would get the job done.

    "Baby" Furniture

    There's probably a lot more out there, but this is a good starter. Cribs, Rocking Horse, etc

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    Yeah know them and price way to high looking for and thing fancy just something basic looking it does not have be mad high quality wood fine it cheape and strong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babylife247 View Post
    My parent final let get some
    Riigggghttt........

    I'd start here though
    http://lmgtfy.com/?q=adult+baby+furniture

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    that why asking here did't find anything google I already look why do you think asking here.

    I know if I was to buy one would have it made with pine it cheaps wood to buy right now oak way price pair to pine cost. So if can find build it bring cost donw more special design have in mine it not very hard to do or cut I just don't wood work experean to do myself plus disable.

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    There are ways to go half way, without the giant crib. You can put baby decals, or by stencils and paint baby designs on a dresser. We actually have a solid oak changing table for our microwave stand in the kitchen. I bought it at the unfinished furniture store. It's quite tall with 3 drawers and a large door that opens up to shelves. That would give you some storage plus it's a baby's changing table on top. We put the microwave on top. You just have to be creative.

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    Elli

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    Have you also checked out day-beds? I discovered them recently, and they are a good compromise, with an element of enclosure (especially if turned to face a wall) while being cheaper (probably) and 'normal' looking for when that's desirable.

    Here's two threads on the subject. Some of them are relatively cheap, although of course you need a good bed to sleep well, so cheap might not always be best.

    http://www.adisc.org/forum/adult-bab...nursery-2.html

    http://www.adisc.org/forum/adult-bab...-day-beds.html

    Another consideration with a cot, while I'm on the subject, might be how easy/difficult it is to get in and out, and whether there is a drop-side.

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    GaashaHuzzah

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elli View Post
    Have you also checked out day-beds? I discovered them recently, and they are a good compromise, with an element of enclosure (especially if turned to face a wall) while being cheaper (probably) and 'normal' looking for when that's desirable.

    Here's two threads on the subject. Some of them are relatively cheap, although of course you need a good bed to sleep well, so cheap might not always be best.

    http://www.adisc.org/forum/adult-bab...nursery-2.html

    http://www.adisc.org/forum/adult-bab...-day-beds.html

    Another consideration with a cot, while I'm on the subject, might be how easy/difficult it is to get in and out, and whether there is a drop-side.
    Darn, you beat me to it.

    You win this round...

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