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Shauna has been busy this week adding new beds to our huge collection. Take a look at our new arrivals and let us know what you think.

Allison Elizabeth is an antique white full over full bunk bed. We especially like the girly girl details of gentle curves and louvers on the head and footboards.

Below is the Colin Student Loft, a great space saver. There is a place to sleep, study and stow away clothes and precious”stuff”.

 

The value priced Dryden Mid High Loft has a stairway which is so popular on starter lofts. Moms love the security that  the stairs offer. If you are looking for compact sleep and storage footprint, here it is, right here.

Upstairs downstairs in the Lake Placid Bed where there is a twin size bed on top and a standard full size bed tucked underneath. Notice the desk on the left and stairs with built-in drawers on the right. Plus there is a bookcase headboard complete with reading lamp and a storage drawer at the foot of the bed that is extra deep.

Totally Kids fun furniture & toys has the largest selection of beds on the planet, taking you from first big bed to college loft. Let us know what type of bed you are looking for and we will help you find it.

Oscar Day Fact: Many of our beds have starred in movies and have also made television appearances. Some of the beds have even been regulars on soap operas. The latest two auditioned and were selected for Target television commercials.  Oprah had one of our family lounger bean bag chairs on her set years ago.

One could be a star in your home too.

Look for the Griggs Bunk Bed currently “starring” in a Best Buy commercial. When  beds from Totally Kids fun furniture & toys are selected for film or your home, we always think of them as stars.

Just in time for Valentine’s Day – here is the real Love Bed, available only in China.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Valentine Collection, one of beds we will be adding to our list of can not haves. It is sweet though, don’t you think?

 

 

This stairway bed could make you happy if you had a bedroom in Asia. You know what I am going to say…”not up to snuff at this time for Totally Kids fun furniture & toys in the USA”.

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Surprise your daughter with Elena’s Secret Stairway Bed.  Sort of surprise, it is one that we can ship to you, plus it is available in additional finishes and colors,  something for every decor.

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Didja Know?

Not happening in China. Only the U.S., Canada, Mexico, France, Australia and the U.K. celebrate Valentine’s Day.

Some people used to believe that if a woman saw a robin flying overhead on Valentine’s Day, it meant she would marry a sailor. If she saw a sparrow, she would marry a poor man and be very happy. If she saw a goldfinch, she would marry a millionaire.

Teachers will receive the most Valentine’s Day cards, followed by children, mothers, wives, and then, sweethearts. Children ages 6 to 10 exchange more than 650 million Valentine’s cards with teachers, classmates, and family members.

Singles Awareness Day (SAD) is an anti-Valentine’s Day celebration held each year, generally on February 14.

California produces 60 percent of American roses, but the vast number sold on Valentine’s Day in the United States are imported, mostly from South America. Approximately 110 million roses, the majority red, will be sold and delivered within a three-day time period.

The most fantastic gift of love is the Taj Mahal in India. It was built by Mughal Emperor Shahjahan as a memorial to his wife, who died in childbirth. Work on the Taj began in 1634 and continued for almost 22 years. required the labor of 20,000 workers from all over India and Central Asia.

In the Middle Ages, young men and women drew names from a bowl to see who their valentines would be. They would wear these names on their sleeves for one week. To wear your heart on your sleeve now means that it is easy for other people to know how you are feeling.
The most cliched Valentine’s Day greeting didn’t start out as a cliche, of course. It was once a poem with meaning, to someone:

The rose is red, the violet’s blue

The honey’s sweet, and so are you

Thou are my love and I am thine

I drew thee to my Valentine

The lot was cast and then I drew

And Fortune said it shou’d be you.

– from Gammer Gurton’s Garland, published in 1784