When merged in just the right way, rustic and industrial styles can make one happy marriage. Case in point: this twin panel bed with 10" hybrid innerspring mattress. A refined take on barn board beauty, its complex, replicated wood grain showcases hints of burnt orange and teal tones for a sense of weatherworn authenticity. Love to read in bed" The retro-chic light sconce and USB plug-ins on the open-slat style headboard are such a bright idea. Hybrid innerspring mattress provides the best of both worlds: the pressure relief of cooling gel-infused memory foam, coupled with body contouring pocketed coils for superior support. The mattress arrives in a box for quick and easy setup. Simply cut away the plastic wrap and unroll. You'll be amazed at how it fully expands within minutes. Foundation/box spring available, sold separately.
- Includes mattress and bed; Bed includes headboard, footboard and rails
- Made of engineered wood with replicated grain
- Decorative sconce LED light, runs on 3 AA batteries
- 2 USB charging ports with power cord included; UL-listed
- Dark-tone industrial hardware
- Assembly required
- Comfort level: medium
- High-density gel memory foam lumbar support; high-density quilt foam
- 2 Perimeter rows of 9" 13-gauge pocketed coils for edge-to-edge support
- Hypoallergenic materials
- 10-year non-prorated warranty
- State recycling fee may apply
- Note: Purchasing mattress and foundation from two different brands may void warranty; check warranty for details. Foundation/box spring available, sold separately
|Alternate Package Name
||Twin Panel Bed with Mattress
||4-Piece Bedroom Package
Professional delivery and installation is available for most products we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you. We are not licensed to hookup gas appliances.
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