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Queen Platform Bed

Homelegance
Sorrel Collection

Features

  • All poplar solid wood
  • Ball bearing side glide
  • Dovetailed drawer

Quick Specs

  • Type: Beds / Headboards / Footboards / Canopy Frames / Rails

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As a unique addition to a bedroom with either modern or rustic aesthetic, the Sorrel Collection will surely turn heads. Poplar solids feature a heavily burnished finish in this cleanly designed offering. Unfettered framing is boldly accented with two-tone exposed dovetail joints, metal pull hardware on the drawer fronts, and tapered legs that provide strong support.

Dimensions: HB: 54H FB: 15.25H

Features

  • All poplar solid wood
  • Ball bearing side glide
  • Dovetailed drawer

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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