- Platform Storage Bed
- Two Spacious Drawers in Footboard
- Two Drawers on Each Side Rail
- Bronze Drawer Pulls
- Panel Headboard
- Warm, Chestnut Finish
- No Box Spring Required
||Pine Solid Wood; Plywood; PB with Acacia Veneer; MDF; 9 Slats; 4 Support Slats
||English Dovetail in Front & Back; Fixed by Corner Blocks; No Cedar Lined Drawers; Kenlin Metal Drawer Glide; Built-In Drawer Stopper; 3/4 Extension
|Bundle Package Individual Dimensions(DxWxH)
||Headboard: 2x65x60 Footboard: 2x65x16 Rails: 3x81x16
||Inside Rail to Rail: 61"; Inside HB to FB: 81; Floor to Bottom of Rail: 0"; Floor to Top of Rail: 16"; Floor to Bottom of HB: 24.25"; Floor to Top of HB: 59.5"; Floor to Top of FB: 16"; Floor to Top of Slat: 15"; Floor to Bottom of Slat: 14"; Distance Between Slats: 5.25"; Bottom of Slat to Top of Rail: 1.75"; Bottom of HB to Top of Slats: 12"; Top of Slat to Top of Rail: 1"; Top of Slat to Top of HB: 44.75; Top of Slat to Top of FB: 1"
|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 Sullivan Queen 6-Drawer Platform Storage Bed is more than a pretty piece, its also super functional! This platform storage bed offers two drawers in the front, as well as two drawers on each side rail, making it easy to find a home for extra linens and blankets. The traditional, warm chestnut finish pairs beautifully with the bronze drawer pulls. Add this stylish, yet functional platform storage bed to your home today!
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