Im moving soon. I love this bed, very sturdy and comfortable. Great for anyone who needs more floor space or more room to study at home. Its very versatile. When we didnt have it lofted, we took off the slats and used it as a daybedcouch with lots of cushions. It can also be started as a toddler bed on the ground because it has slats, then when they get older, it can get lofted when they start school, so they have a desk. The desk is intended to be under the bed, but I have it in my study area away from it, so its possible to do unlike most desks that come with loft beds. Breaks down into 14 pieces. Very easy to assemble, I did it by myself in about 6 hours with a hand screw driver. It was originally $1700 in 1997 from Bombay and company in Washington DC, due to inflation it would be $2750 in todays dollars. The division that makes similar beds like this one is pottery barn, their beds cost $2000-$4000, just to give a perspective on the price.Its Traditional style, so can be used in a grande millennial style room or be a classic that wont go out if style quickly, so it will last through from when your kid is little til they go to college. Or can be great for a young adult who wants a more sophisticated look in a studio apartment. Pottery barn still makes a similar one today. Includes mattress, letterbox, little table, clip l, and clothes rack can be included since I custom cut it to fit under the bed.Not included Rose bins, pillow topper, and bedding. My original plan was to spray paint it white with Rust-oleum ultra high gloss, so I included a white version so you can see what that would look like.