Whether you lean towards modern loft or modern farmhouse, this panel storage bed and dresser with mirror tip the balance in your favor. The wispy whitewash finish enhances the style without covering the grain for that weathered look you just can't get enough of. Love to read in bed" You're sure to find the retro-chic light sconces and USB plug-ins on the open-slat style headboard to be a totally bright idea while the elongated metal pulls on the dresser and underbed drawers really elevate the aesthetic. What a delightful take on rustic industrial style.
- Includes panel storage bed (headboard, footboard, side storage, rails and slats) and dresser with mirror
- Made of engineered wood and decorative laminate
- Wispy white finish over replicated oak grain with authentic touch
- Dresser with 6 smooth-gliding drawers with faux linen lining and large-scale hardware with dark finish
- Headboard with decorative LED sconce (requires 3AA batteries) and 2 slim-profile USB charging stations
- Underbed storage provides 2 smooth-gliding storage drawers and 2 storage cubbies
- Power cord included; UL Listed
- Bed does not require a foundation/box spring
- Mattress available, sold separately
- Mirror attaches to back of dresser
- Safety is a top priority, clothing storage units are designed to meet the most current standard for stability, ASTM F 2057 (ASTM International)
- Drawers extend out to accommodate maximum access to drawer interior while maintaining safety
- Assembly required
|Alternate Package Name
||Queen Panel Bed with 2 Storage Drawers with Mirrored Dresser
||5-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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