This twin sleigh bed with 10" memory foam mattress is all about subtle detailing. Classic Louis Phillippe styling with textural upholstered headboard instantly grabs your attention. Light gray wood finish offers a clean and crisp appearance for a fresh spin on traditional design. Silvertone nailhead border builds visual contrast-beauty you can't deny. The mattress's soothing memory foam contours to your body, while a thick layer of firm support foam provides pressure-relieving comfort. 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. How's that for easy breezy"
- Includes mattress and bed (with headboard, footboard and rails)
- Made of wood, engineered wood and veneers
- Upholstered headboard with polyester upholstery and silvertone nailhead trim
- Assembly required
- Comfort level: firm
- Memory foam, transition foam and firm support foam
- Premium stretch knit cover
- 10-year non-prorated warranty
- State recycling fee may apply
- Note: Purchasing mattress and foundation from two different brands may void warranty; see warranty for details
- Foundation/box spring available, sold separately
|Alternate Package Name
||Twin Sleigh Bed with Mattress
||4-Piece Bedroom Package
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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