Inviting and inspirational describes the Modern Farmhouse queen platform bed, dresser, mirror, and nightstand. Crafted of poplar solids with knotty white oak veneers this kit features a dusty charcoal finish with heavy distressing, block style pilasters, flat front drawers, full extension drawers with premium felt lined top and cedar lined bottom drawers, accented with washed brass elongated bar pull hardware. The platform bed features a geometric high-low veneer pattern on the headboard, and a low-profile platform footboard. This bed does not require a box spring allowing you the full experience of a true platform bed. The dresser has eight drawers and pairs well with the wood framed mirror with a beveled edge that can be attached with the included bolt-on supports. Place the three drawer nightstand next to your bed and utilize the convenience of the built-in charging station, complete with two electrical outlets and two USB ports. Inviting and Inspirational the Farmhouse look is a design style that works with cottage or contemporary. It is more about creating a look that we love.
Dimensions: W0 x D0 x H0
Weight: 583 lbs.
- Wood: Poplar Solids w/ Knotty White Oak Veneers
- Finish: Dusty Charcoal w/ Heavy Distressing
- Dimensions: W0 x D0 x H0
- Box Dimensions: W0 x D0 x H0
- Weight: 583 lbs.
- Cubes: 77.54
- Alternate Finish: 406W Flea Market White
- Full Extension Metal Side Drawer Guides (45mm)
- French & English Dovetail Construction
- Premium Felt Lined Top Drawers
- Cedar Lined Bottom Drawers
- Hi-Low Strips Form a Geometric Pattern
- NS Features Charging Station w/ 2 Outlets & USB Ports
- Washed Brass Elongated Bar Pull 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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