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Corner Bahama bed set - vintage

Posted by sealuvr4evr (My Page) on
Wed, Sep 22, 10 at 15:09

In Jan. 2009 a member was searching for one of these corner bahama bed sets.
"Actually, it was two twin beds and a Parsons table that fit in a corner. The beds were each a mattress on top of an upholstered box spring platform that was on heavy duty caster wheels.
The square table would fit into the corner of the room, one bed would slide into the corner between the table legs and the other bed would rest against the other side of the table. The whole was an "L" shape arrangement that functioned like sofa or studio daybeds with bolsters. They were easily arranged to make two twin beds for guests, etc, because you could pull them out on their casters. These were popular in beach houses, guest rooms and teen rooms.

I would love to find this set up for my guest room. It keeps the beds out of the way until needed, but does not require popping up or pulling out a trundle, neither of which I consider desirable for elderly guests. Any thoughts will be greatly appreciated."

I have one of these sets available for sale. If interested, please contact me.


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RE: Corner Bahama bed set - vintage

I have also been looking for one of these sets. By chance is it still available?


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RE: Corner Bahama bed set - vintage

Yes, the bahama bed set is still available. Please contact me or make an offer.

Thanks.

My email address is: sealuvr4evr@aol.com.


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RE: Corner Bahama bed set - vintage

still available??


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RE: Corner Bahama bed set - vintage

Why can't I find a pic of these online?! I Ihave a set myself and I need to show them first so people know what they are, to sell them.


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