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Pavilion Queen Panel Bed With Storage Bnj

$1,095
Dimensions: 63.7"W x 86"D x 62"H
SKU#: 245567
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Sculptural appeal, 70s motifs, and French art deco influence. The Pavilion queen panel storage bed from Nate and Jeremiah brings style and durability to the bedroom. Geometric faceted wood dresses up the headboard, and two storage drawers in the footboard add everyday convenience. Pavilion is constructed from durable hardwood solids and oak veneers with a Moroccan clay finish.
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Product Details
Footboard Height (in.):19.00
Storage Included:Yes
Headboard Height (in.):62.00
Bed Rail Type:Bolt On
Bed Type:Panel Bed
Bed Slat Type:Slat Roll
Size:Queen
Adjustable Rail Height:No
Style:Modern
No. of Drawers:2
Color Family:Brown
Material:Wood
Material Content:Oak Veneer, hardwood
Assembly Time (minutes):15
Lifestyle:Designer
Type of Assembly Required:Headboard, Footboard and Rails to be assembled
Adjustable Base Compatible:No
Slats Included:Yes
No. of Slats:12
Country of Origin:Vietnam
No. of Leg Supports:4
CA Resident Warning:N/A
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