- Upholstered Storage Bed
- Chrome Nail Head Trim
- Channel Tufted Headboard
- High Profile Headboard
- Low Profile Footboard
- Four Storage Drawers
- Dark Espresso Feet
- Box Spring Not Required
- Multiple Color Options
- Transitional Design
||Main Bedroom>Upholstered Beds
||Pine; MDF; Plywood
||Brackets; Corner Block Reinforcements; 3/4 Extension
|Bundle Package Individual Dimensions
||Headboard: 4x82x68;Storage FB/Rails: 2x82x17
||Floor to Bottom of Rail: 3""; Floor to Top of Rail: 17""; Floor to Bottom of Headboard: 23""; Floor to Bottom of Footboard: 3""; Top of Slat to Top of Headboard: 54""; Top of Slat to Top of Footboard: 3""; Interior Drawer Dimension: 14x23x9; # of Slats: 13 pcs; # of Slat Supports: 10 pcs
|Prop 65 Warning Label
||This product can expose you to chemicals including formaldehyde, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer.
|Prop 65 Chemical
|B&M Descriptive Copy
||The Harper Upholstered Storage Bed is an essential piece you bedroom needs. The headboard is designed with clean, channel tufted lines and chrome, nail heads line the outer trim. The prominent 68"" headboard provides a grand statement for your bedroom. Four storage drawers surround this bed, with two drawers in the footboard and one on each side rail. Microfiber fabric wraps this entire bed frame and is effortless to clean! This bed also is available in multiple color options to fit many room designs. The best part is, this bed does not require a box spring! So, toss on your mattress and get ready for comfort.
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