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      • Average rating
        3.0
        3 out of 5
      • First Review:
        August 7, 2018
      • Last Review:
        August 7, 2018
       
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          Strength, style and substance are the foundations for the pride we feel in the Hillsdale Kids and Teens Caspian Twin Study Loft in Walnut. Hillsdale Kids and Teen has been designing bunks and lofts for the past 8 years under the brand NE Kids and traditionally, we sell configurations that demand higher retail price points. As we embarked on the design process to create this affordable study loft, we took the time to think through the lessons we have learned from developing our more expensive loft beds, and studied ways we could apply them to achieve Value, Quality, Strength, Comfort and Safety at this incredible price. We are confident that these details that will help you to feel secure that you have made the right decision first for your child’s safety and second, for your child’s own unique style. When consulted the Hillsdale Kids and Teen design experts feel this Study Lofts simplistic style and clean lines make it extremely versatile. They recommend it for the following design themes: Modern, Mid Century, Contemporary, Traditional, Country Chic, Coastal, Cottage, Mission, a sweet retreat or a teen hangout.
           
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          Three broken pieces and chips in wood. Lots of screws...
          PostedAugust 7, 2018
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          3.0 out of 5
          3.0 out of 5
          Three broken pieces and chips in wood. Lots of screws were stripped and my husband replaced them. It’s a good thing he is handy. Took him about an hour to repair the broken parts. About 2 hours to assemble but what can you expect for $300. Seems sturdy when put together.
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