DHP 3246138 Bombay Metal Bed, Queen, White

September 13, 2019 - Comment

This stunning metal bed harks back to the elaborately detailed furniture of the British Colonial era. The metal frame of this beautiful Bombay bed is crafted with whimsical curves and fine detailing, so it fits perfectly in any guestroom or child’s bedroom. The metal slat system is designed to allow air to pass freely under

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This stunning metal bed harks back to the elaborately detailed furniture of the British Colonial era. The metal frame of this beautiful Bombay bed is crafted with whimsical curves and fine detailing, so it fits perfectly in any guestroom or child’s bedroom. The metal slat system is designed to allow air to pass freely under the bed, ensuring your mattress stays fresher that much longer. It also means you don’t require an additional box spring—just your favorite mattress! The center legs also provide added structure and support to help ensure a good night’s sleep. Dress up with a colorful duvet, blankets and throw pillows, or use neutral styles and tones to allow the traditional metal detailing to stand out and take center stage. This solid frame is sure to offer a restful and welcome space for years to come!

Product Features

  • Traditional design
  • Finial Detailing
  • Center legs for added support
  • Metal slat system provides great ventilation. Slats allow Air to pass freely beneath your bed, keeping your mattress fresher longer
  • Accommodates any standard twin, full or Queen size mattress, sold separately

Comments

Anonymous says:

Broke after 3 weeks & 80lbs!

Anonymous says:

Cute bed, easy instructions, good price. I got this bed for my two year old daughter, she wouldn’t stay in her toddler bed, so I wanted to find a twin sized bed that was lower to the floor. It came in two days, and I put it together in about an hour and a half by myself. Hardware and instructions were included. I honestly had no problems putting this together. A lot of people are complaining about the holes not lining up properly, but if you keep all the screws kind of loose until you have them all in, they all fit fine. It seems very…

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