- Platform Storage Bed
- Two Spacious Drawers in Footboard
- Plank Style Headboard
- Dark Metal Drawer Hardware
- Bevel Edges Throughout
- Black Finish
- Bun Feet
- No Box Spring Required
||Poplar Wood; MDF; Butt Joint; Corner Blocked Reinforcements; 13 Slats; 7 Slat Supports
||French Dovetail; English Dovetail; Ball Bearing/Kenlin Drawer Glides; 3/4 Extension; Built-In Drawer Stopper; Fixed by Corner Blocks
|Bundle Package Individual Dimensions(DxWxH)
||Queen HB: 6x69x64 Queen FB: 5x66x24 Queen/King Rails: 2x81x8
||Inside Rail to Rail: 61"; Inside HB to FB: 81"; Floor to Bottom of Rail: 4.5"; Floor to Top of Rail: 21.7"; Floor to Bottom of HB: 26.85"; Floor to Bottom of FB: 3.15"; Floor to Top of Slat: 20.86"; Floor to Bottom of Slat: 20.2"; Distance Between Slats: 3.3"; Bottom of Slat to Top of Rail: 1.5"; Top of Slats to Bottom of HB: 6"; Top of Slat to Top of Rail: .75"; Top of Slat to Top of HB: 43"; Top of Slat to Top of FB: 3"
|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 Slater Queen Platform Storage Bed is going to look amazing in your home! This bed comes with two spacious storage drawers in the footboard, allowing you to easily store away extra blankets or linens. The headboard adds extra flair with its plank styling, making it a bed youll want to fall into every night! The black finish adds character and charm and will never go out of style. The dark metal drawer hardware pairs beautifully with the finish; while the bevel edges and bun feet complete the look.
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