Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by Ron, Jun 29, 2007.
something modern and simple
is that honestly the cheapest place? I thought the style forum would have some tricks
I want something like this
but without the boxes so it's got underneath storage
bed frame for college budget?
you cant beat the classic metal frame that you can get for like 20 bucks
like if this was the top view I'd want the framing to look like this
then just a piece of flat wood above it for the mattress
this one's pretty sweet. it even has a bubble envelope matress topper and good price too
when I mean college budget it means I don't want to spend more than 200~ bucks
ohh even has under bed storage like you want
here it is made up
i got the IKEA malm bed. the frame was like $100 for full size
for that price rage, ikea would probably be your best bet. Sometimes you can find some pretty decent stuff on Craigslist too if you don't mind used
i slept in a sleeping bag on the floor for two years... who the hell needs a 200 bed frame in college? thats good beer money
cant exactly woo the ladies with that one...
That's where the money saved on bed frame goes towards beer...with enough beer you can woo a woman with anything!!!
or you could be so drunk that the fatty you bring home doesnt care
you could always make one yourself
ikea malm frame ftw
don't you deliver or make cabinets or something? you might be able to just make one of those.
that finish is $149 for full-size I think. I have that bed actually
you'd be surprised.... but most often, we'd end up at her place if anything
it's not really something I would buy if I had a house that I owned, but for an apartment it works
unless you get a metal framed ikea bed, i dont think they can survive a move
probably truer than most, but to be honest, beds are huge, heavy and come in multiple pieces, so even good ones will take a beating from a move. I'd rather buy a $150 bed every time I move instead of lugging around a $1500 bed and watching it get trashed
I'd save the expensive bed for when I buy a place and I know I'll be there for a while. The one I have my eye on (and will almost certainly NEVER be able to own) costs $5000