5 piece Salisbury nursery furniture set in pine or white only £254.99 at Argos save £145 PLUS free £10 voucher PLUS half price mattress
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5 piece Salisbury nursery furniture set in pine or white only £254.99 at Argos save £145 PLUS free £10 voucher PLUS half price mattress

£254.99Argos Deals
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Found 31st May 2012
Ordered this set and mattress and looks like gone into two seperate orders which means £20 in free vouchers



Salisbury 5 Piece Nursery Furniture Set - Pine.


This lovely set from the Salisbury collection gives you practical storage solutions for your nursery with an undercot drawer and changer top, helping you to maximise your available space. For greater value for money, the cot bed converts to a junior bed when your little one is ready. A high quality set, perfect for welcoming your newborn into the world.

Part of the Salisbury collection
•Set contains cotbed, undercot drawer, wardrobe, chest of drawers and changer top.
•Solid wood (except backs and drawer bases).

Cot:
•Converts to a junior bed.
•Cot size W76, L145, H97cm.
•Mattress not included.

Under cot drawer
•Size H18, W135, D69cm.

Changer top
•Size H12, W85, D50cm.

Chest of drawers:
•4 large drawers with 2 small drawers.
•Size H93, W83, D37cm.

Wardrobe:
•2 doors.
•2 drawers.
•Size H139, W83, D50cm.


working link:

argos.co.uk/sta…htm

or item number: 377/3743
- mariolj

9 Comments

also white version as well

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Item Number: 377/3750

Hmmmm.... I must admit this is a cheap price, but the build quality is terrible. I'm missing two drawers (broken fronts) and the wardrobe wobbles as well.

Oh and i wish you luck converting the bed back into a cot again, this was the fiddliest thing I've ever had to do, and makes ikea kitchen construction look like child's play.

I'd rate product 4/10 (it looks ok when constructed)
I'd rate price 9/10

Therefore if on tight budget ( which I was ) and prepared to take DIY challenge on...go for it. If not I'd avoid.

once bitten on argos nursery furniture - will fall apart long before the baby is out of nappies. get a used john lewis set if money is tight.

I bought an Argos nursery set for son number two 9 years ago. A drawer front fell off yesterday as son number three inherited the wardrobe and chest of drawers. Between building it and yesterday that's the only issue I've ever had with it.

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Hmmmm.... I must admit this is a cheap price, but the build quality is … Hmmmm.... I must admit this is a cheap price, but the build quality is terrible. I'm missing two drawers (broken fronts) and the wardrobe wobbles as well.Oh and i wish you luck converting the bed back into a cot again, this was the fiddliest thing I've ever had to do, and makes ikea kitchen construction look like child's play.I'd rate product 4/10 (it looks ok when constructed)I'd rate price 9/10Therefore if on tight budget ( which I was ) and prepared to take DIY challenge on...go for it. If not I'd avoid.



I hope you're joking, these sets are easy to convert from cot to bed, I mean it's removing a few bolts from the ends, changing a few bits and bolting the ends back in again. Anyway, I had a similar set 6 years ago and it lasted a long time - if you ever receive faulty furniture from somewhere like Argos you would instantly ring them up and have them replace the appropriate parts, if someone doesn't do that then they are either lazy or have obviously damaged the furniture themselves.

Linky no Worky

gr8t1, you need to copy and paste the working link from lower down in the page

register with emma's diary and you will get argos vouchers and you will get a further £50 off:)
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