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Does anyone here have any Maxtrix furniture for their DCs? I've been thinking of getting one of their <a href="http://www.maxtrixkids.com/beds_themebeds.html" target="_blank">low loft beds</a> for my DD, but I'd really like to see them in person or get "real" feedback about them before committing. There is only one local dealer near me, but they do not have any of the low lofts in their showroom. Just wondering if you are happy with the quality, sturdiness, etc., and if your DC likes it...<br><br>
(The Maxtrix furniture is very similar to FLEXA furniture, but is made from birch instead of pine, and seems to be of a higher quality.)
 

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Don't have any yet but it's really neat - thanks for the link! I'll be looking for responses here too <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/smile.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="smile">
 

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Never heard of them before.<br><br>
We have a FLEXA bed and have been very happy with it. With the number of kids that we've had jumping on it over the past couple of years, I'd have to say it's very sturdy.
 

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We don't have those particular low lofts but all 3 of my girls have them. These are what they have(just the bed, not all the dressers & such). We paid $400 for them locally<a href="http://www.furniturebuzz.com/products/Canwood/2131.htm" target="_blank">http://www.furniturebuzz.com/products/Canwood/2131.htm</a><br><br>
A friend of mine has 1 junior loft like ours & 1 full loft. She hates the full loft, her dd gets hot in the summer & can't sleep plus changing the sheets is a pita.<br><br>
The junior lofts we have are easy to change the sheets(I'm 5ft 4 & when I stretch my arms out that's the height of the mattress). My oldest(9) has her couch, blankets & such underneath with a light & she reads under there. She usually falls asleep under her bed.lol<br><br>
It'd be really easy to turn any low loft bed into little hideouts & such.
 
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