Live life beautifully with the Big Valley queen panel bed, dresser, mirror, chest, and nightstand. Crafted of rubberwood solids with birch veneers this kit features a brownstone finish with heavy distressing, wood framed doors and drawers, graduated bead molding creating architectural interest, square pilasters and block feet, full extension drawers with premium felt lined top and cedar lined bottom drawers, and is accented with antique pewter knob hardware. The panel bed, appropriately named the mansion bed, features heavy crown molding and square post pilasters. It has warm and intricate details which replicates a salvaged antique door. The dresser has six drawers and two doors, with an adjustable shelf behind each door. The beveled edge mirror can be attached to the dresser using the included bolt-on supports. The chest offers an additional five drawers of storage. Place the two drawer nightstand next to your bed and take advantage of the built-in charging station, complete with two electrical outlets and two USB ports. Warm antique finishes and artistic distressing along with grand scale makes the Big Valley a group to be passed on to generations.
Dimensions: W0 x D0 x H0
Weight: 831 lbs.
- Wood: Rubberwood Solids w/ Birch Veneers
- Finish: Brownstone w/ Heavy Distressing
- Dimensions: W0 x D0 x H0
- Box Dimensions: W0 x D0 x H0
- Weight: 831 lbs.
- Cubes: 132.64
- Full Extension Metal Side Drawer Guides (45mm)
- French & English Dovetail Construction
- Bottom Case Dust Proofing
- Fully Stained Interior Drawers
- Premium Felt Lined Top Drawers
- Graduated Bead Molding Creates Architectural Interest
- Night Stand Features Charging Station
- Antique Pewter Knob Hardware
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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