Wales' Best Kept Bedroom Secret! HOMESADVERTISING FEATURE

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Wales' Best Kept Bedroom Secret! HOMESADVERTISING FEATURE


One of the UK's leading manufacturers and importers of bedroom furniture is based right here in Wales. Verona Design Ltd imports pine bedroom furniture from its dedicated factory in Brazil. This is great news for you because it means that they can guarantee the quality of the furniture.

If you are looking for innovative ways to maximise space for you and your family, then have a look at the Verona Design range as they have bunk beds, storage beds, beds with desks built underneath, short beds for children, and even a modular system that can grow with your child through the years as their needs change.

Beds are available in all sizes from 2ft 6in small single up to 6ft super kingsize. Short beds are only 5ft 3in long, ideal for children.

All beds are made from solid pine from sustainable woods in Brazil, and they come in a range of colours to suit every room, from the classic antique pine, a fresh whitewash and if the mood takes you, blue and pink.

One of this year's innovations was the Maximus range of beds, where you can start with a single bed, change it into a midsleeper and as your child grows again, change it into a high sleeper - genius!

If you have guests regularly and need extra beds then the ideal solution may be a bed with a second bed built in underneath. Great for sleep overs and it beats sleeping on the sofa.

Beds are important but you also need to make sure you have somewhere to put all your clothes, so do not despair as Verona Design offer a complete range of wardrobes, chests and bed side units. Beds start at pounds 55 and there is something to suit everyone's budget, whether it is just a bed or a complete set of bedroom furniture. …

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