The Classic, like all of This Little Love’s own products, is proudly considered an artisan product. Our skilled craftsman carefully hand make every product in our Wollongong workshop, and we take great pride in supporting our local industry, as well as the Australian economy on a larger scale. Because of this, our products have a strict 8-10wk lead time after your order is confirmed. We cannot thank you enough for your understanding, and appreciate your supporting our humble little business!
IMPORTANT! PRE-CHRISTMAS DELIVERY: Due to increased demand this time of year, to ensure your order arrives in time to put under the tree please ensure you place your order by 1ST OCTOBER 2017 11:59 AEDT. After this date, your order will not arrive until February/March 2018 onwards.
This Little Love’s story began with a humble pine house bed in 2014, and due to incredible demand we have brought back our most loved piece! But we were never interested in doing the same old thing. Honouring our design was important to us, but we also wanted to bring something NEW and FRESH to the table. Our eye for detail and love of good design has grown just as much as we have these past three years, so it only made sense that we incorporate these passions into our signature design!
Now made of stunning, sustainable Victorian Ash, and accented with intricate finger joins, these babies are our pride and joy. Each frame is expertly handcrafted by artisans in our very own workshop in WOLLONGONG NSW, and finished with child-safe oil to highlight the natural beauty of Victorian Ash.
Currently available in Junior, Single and King Single Sizes. All sizes available on the floor only – no raised options as yet.
Our frames come flat packed, to save on shipping costs and ensure a super safe delivery. Never fear though, our BRAND NEW finger joins make sure assembly is a breeze! Minimal screws, with NO nails and NO toxic wood glue!
While we only use the very best cuts of Victorian Ash, please keep in mind it is a natural product. Knots and other small imperfections are avoided as much as possible, but these are not considered faults – rather they only serve to enhance the natural beauty of such a stunning timber.