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Rob Nieuwenhuizen
Rob Nieuwenhuizen • 1 year ago

Beautiful bunk bed, birch plywood and painted MDF. Space-saving, sleek and efficient design. By a modern bright design you have a small room spacious. The storage shelves are also strengthening the construction. Werktekening bouwtekening stapelbed / dubbelbed 'Thor'. Mooi stapelbed van berken multiplex en gelakt MDF. Ruimtebesparend, strak en efficient ontwerp. Door een moderne heldere vormgeving hou je ook een kleine kamer ruimtelijk.

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