- Panel Bed
- 3D Distressed Paper Finish
- Panel Insets in Headboard and Footboard
- Dark Gray Tops on Headboard and Footboard
- Light Gray Color
- Block Legs
- Transitional Style
- Mattress and Box Spring Required
||Rubberwood; Particle Board with 3D Paper; MDF; Plywood; Finger Joint; Corner Blocks; Wood Cleats and Screws; 4 Slats; 8 Slat Supports
|Bundle Package Individual Dimensions(DxWxH)
||King HB: 2x79x59 King FB: 2x79x19 Rails: 8x81x2
||Inside Rail to Rail: 77"; Inside HB to FB: 80.75"; Floor to Bottom of Rail: 6.5"; Floor to Top of Rail: 15"; Floor to Bottom of HB: 22"; Floor to Bottom of FB: 3.5"; Floor to Top of Slat: 9"; Floor to Bottom of Slat: 8"; Distance Between Slats: 19.25"; Bottom of Slat to Top of Rail: 6"; Bottom of HB to Top of Slats: 13"; Top of Slat to Top of Rail: 5"; Top of Slat to Top of HB: 49"; Top of Slat to Top of FB: 9.75"
|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 Millers Cove King Panel Bed is going to look great in your bedroom! This bed features a panel inset in not only the headboard, but also in the footboard; instantly adding extra flair to this already stylish piece. This bed has a 3D paper finish, giving a cool update to a traditional bedroom staple. The top of the headboard and footboard are finished in a dark gray, and contrast beautifully with the light gray color on the rest of the piece. The legs of the footboard are block, matching back to the other pieces in the collection. Add this panel bed to your home today for a look youll love coming home to day after day!
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