Cinnamon Trundle K-Series
The Cinnamon Trundle Bed rolls smoothly beneath the Night & Day Spice Collection platform beds marked K-Series as well as most bunk bed models (except the Cinnamon Futon Bunk Bed). Space-saving, convenient, sturdy, and smooth.
The Cinnamon Trundle is a great way to have an extra bed for guests when you need it. When setting up for a sleepover, just put the ladder on the side of the bunk. Then you can pull out the easy to use rolling trundle. Because there is enough clearance under the rail, you can can also leave the mattress dressed.
Night & Day furniture uses manufactured Rubberwood from Rubberwood logs harvested from rubber plantations. Specifically, managed through systematic planting and replanting programs (usually on a 25-year rotation). The trees are felled when their life-span for latex production’s no longer economic and replanting is necessary. In this respect, Rubberwood products are environmentally friendly & sustainable. The Rubberwood’s sourced from Malaysia.
About Night & Day Furniture
At Night and Day Furniture they believe smartly designed furniture’s second to none. From the many years of support from all of you they are sure they’re on the right track. Their product line-up includes Bedroom Furniture and innovative Kids’ Furniture. They also specialize in convertibles, including Daybeds, Futons and ever popular Murphy Cabinet Bed. Bedroom Furniture and Children’s Furniture are a primary focus. They also love furniture that’s Dual-Purpose and convertible. As much as possible they prefer Solid Wood Construction because they want furniture to last for many years to come.
All bunk beds come with a limited 10 year warranty. Night and Day Furniture warrants the consumer, who makes the original purchase of Night and Day Furniture products. Moreover, a limited warranty against defects in the material or workmanship of furniture components. Furthermore, Night and Day Furniture will repair or replace any piece of furniture, which is defective in material or workmanship. In conclusion, defects defined as meaning imperfections in components, which substantially impair the usability of the product.