Queen Cannonball Platform Bed
This style of bed works best in a relaxed high-end bedroom. Thicker mattresses can be used since there is no need for a box spring. The support system below the mattress is second to none and sits on a sturdy base below the slats. The bed frame itself is made of your choice of tiger maple or cherry wood and is beautifully constructed to present a clean line edge around the perimeter of the bed. The construction is designed to last for centuries and be passed down through the generations.
Tiger Maple or Cherry Hardwood Headboard, Poplar Hardwood Head and Foot Posts, Side Rails Maple Hardwood.
Bed Post Height 57”
Foot Post Height 171/2”
Distance from top of headboard to floor 46”
Distance from bottom of headboard to floor 28”
Distance from top of platform to floor 14”
Distance from bottom of side rail to floor 12″
2 Country Hepplewhite Nighstand
During the end of the 18th Century, this simple Hepplewhite nightstand design was made in great quantities throughout the rural parts of New York. As was the case with the early pieces, this nightstand has a refined cockbeaded edge around the drawer.
Height 27 1/2” Width 18 3/4” Depth 17 3/4”
Four Drawer Chippendale Chest
A great variety of Chippendale low chests were produced throughout colonial New England. The tops on many overhung the base and were molded on the edge; still others had a molding attached to the sides of the case. We have chosen a simple four-drawer chest with a hardwood top, highlighted by the exposed dovetail joinery.
Height 33 1/2” Width 35” Depth 18 1/2”
Package price includes Preferred Collector’s discount