You other reviewers have it all wrong. We owned the Delta Sleigh Crib before we purchased the Delta Sleigh Toddler Bed and we have the Delta Sleigh Dresser that matches both. They all have the open screw holes for a very good reason. If they make plugs for those holes, your child could potentially dislodge one, swallow it and choke to death. They've done you the biggest favor a manufacturer can possibly do. They manufactured their product in a way that will preserve the safety of your child.
The only thing Delta can be faulted for is not showing the holes in their product photos, which I'm sure was a marketing decision to prevent a loss in sales, but they could have pointed it out in their description.
I suggest you revise or remove your review or set the record straight.
The bed itself is actually rather adorable. It complimented my daughter's room well, HOWEVER, it was a pain in the rear to put together. It took way too long. The tube-like pieces that go at the top of the headboard and foot board didn't line up correctly, and when trying to blend the foot and head of the bed together, the slats refused to stay in place, but you have to have the slats on first or else the bed frame will be too short for you to place the slats in! There are holes that were not visible on the box at all that are present on the frame. It does give it a cheaper look. My husband and I were looking into buying a sleigh bed from a local children's furniture store for [$]. We saw this one and grabbed it up though. I guess we made a good decision, but it definitely called for a lot of work and the sleigh bed may have looked a bit better.
This bed looks cute, on screen, but when you put it together the open screw holes really make it a downer. [...] I didn't look at reviews before I bought it, but I will next time. Quality was okay, but you get what you pay for.