- Bookcase Panel Bed
- Bluetooth Capabilities with Speakers
- USB Port
- Roll Top Sliding Door in Headboard
- Sliding Doors in Headboard
- Touch Lighting in Headboard
- Wood Knots and Wood Grain Design on Surface
- Mattress & Box Spring Required
||Solid Rubberwood MDF PU Paper Butt Joint Construction Triangle Corner blocks
||French Dovetails in Front English Dovetails in Back U-Runner, Center Slide Glide
|Bundle Package Individual Dimensions(DxWxH)
||Full HB: 9x79x57 Full FB: 4x79x16 T/F Rails: 6x81x1
||Inside rail to rail: 54 Inside HB to FB: 78 Floor to Bottom of Rail: 8.58 Floor to Top of Rail: 14.17 Floor to Bottom of Headboard: 25.19 Floor to Top of Headboard:54 Floor to Top of Footboard: 16 Distance Between Slats: 20.40
|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 Bailey Full Bookcase Panel Bed is a bed you'll never want to leave, and you won't have to! This panel bed features Bluetooth capabilities with built-in speakers. There is also a USB port so you can easily charge your device while still keeping in in reach. There is also touch, mood lighting in the headboard to provide enough light to wind down at the end of the day. Roll top and sliding doors easily keep anything out of sight that you don't want seen. The natural wood knots and wood grain design on the surface pair beautifully with this walnut finish. Add this awesome bed to your home today, not only for it's sleek look, but also for it's functionality!
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