Opt for an elegant display. A refined yet relaxed feel describes the Magnolia Manor queen upholstered sleigh bed, dresser, mirror, and nightstand. Crafted of poplar solids with white oak and birch veneers, this kit features an antique white finish with heavy artistic chipping and weathered brown with whitewash tops. The bed is upholstered in tufted chenille, laced with tone's of white, tan and brown threading. The rolled upholstered headboard and footboard effortlessly adds both definition and character, completing your look. The dresser and mirror duo are the perfect way to accent your room. Weathered brown whitewash tops paired with the antique white finish creates a truly unique look. Softness is added to the design with canted corners and rounded pilasters, accompanied by bead molding on each drawer front. The dresser and nightstand feature full extension drawer glides for easy access to storage, fully stained interior drawers, felt lined top drawers, framed drawer fronts, and dust proofed bottom drawers that are accented by antique pewter bail and knob hardware. Warm antique finishes and artistic distressing along with grand scale creates a group to be passed to generations.
Dimensions: W0 x D0 x H0
Weight: 518 lbs.
- Wood: Rubberwood Solids w/ White Oak & Birch Veneers
- Finish: Antique White Finish
- Dimensions: W0 x D0 x H0
- Box Dimensions: W0 x D0 x H0
- Weight: 518 lbs.
- Cubes: 115.09
- Bolt-on Rail System
- Center Support Slat System
- Upholstered in Tufted Chenille
- Full Extension Metal Side Drawer Glides
- Fully Stained Interior Drawers
- Felt Lined Top Drawers
- Scrolled Mirror with 1 Inch Bevel
- Antique Brass Knob and Bail Hardware
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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