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JPStatus - 'Minimalist Bed Company' - Has anyone tried them out?

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I've been trying to figure out a way to make my kids' small room feel more comfortable to them and not so cluttered (it's not SUPER cluttered right now, but is just small) and I just came across this website and was wondering if anyone has bought mattresses from them?  Looks like it could be a decent solution, as the mattresses roll or fold up, which would allow for more play space during the day, plus they aren't crazy expensive like a lot of the more natural bed options (twins are $299 each).

 

https://shop.jpstatus.com

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When I lived in Japan I had one. It was great. As long as you have a place to store it during the day when not in use, I think it would be a great solution.
 

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If you get one, I'd love to know how it works out. Looks like a good company to me.
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I love the idea for grownup....I'm just thinking it would turn out like the lovesaq pillowsaq I bought the kids for the playroom.

it makes a fullsized bed for guests when unzipped from its cover, has a rocking metal frame, and can be used in a variety of bean-bag like postions.

 

my kids?

they consider it a wrestling pit, or roll down from top to bottom to the point where I'm worried someone is going to lose a tooth or get a broken nose and I have to chase after them with a tazer (jk!)

 

my parents had 2 loveseats they got free that had 2 back cushions each, two side/roll cushions, plus the two in the seat area. so a total of 12 removeable cushions. EVERY STINKING DAY after school i had to go re-fluff them back to their original shape and put them back. often several times per day, esp if it was a day off school.

I vowed no couch of mine would EVER have removable cushions. LOL.

 

....course, I grew up in a big family and opt simplicity over looks....my kids have plain fitted sheets for their bunkbeds and a no sew fleece blanket for covers. less to wash when they were PTing, and less to deal with for making beds. my older one esp sleeps all crazy like so making the bed would be a futile and exausting effort!

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Originally Posted by Basylica View Post

my kids have plain fitted sheets for their bunkbeds and a no sew fleece blanket for covers. less to wash when they were PTing, and less to deal with for making beds. my older one esp sleeps all crazy like so making the bed would be a futile and exausting effort!

 

We have the same setup, including no sew fleece blankets (except I sold their bunkbeds a few months ago and they've just been sleeping on mattresses on the floor).  After my original post, I decided I need to just be content with what I have...they can deal with it ;)  I don't know that the perfect solution will ever present itself until they have their own rooms, which is still a few years off.

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