The Louis Philippe III storage bedroom collection features storage bed, headboard with hidden drawers, carefully crafted with selected wood and veneers and complemented by brushed nickel hardware. This collection will make the perfect companion for your favorite bedroom style, available in different colors to choose from cherry, white, black and antique gray.
- Box Spring NOT Required
- Storage Bed: Bookcase HB (Low Profile FB/Rails)
- HB: 5 Drawers & 2 Open Compartments (3 Hidden Top Drw), FB: 2 Drawers
- Wooden Frame with Raised Molding Trim
- Casegood Drawer: GLIDE) Undermount Center Metal Glide, DOVETAIL) French Back Dovetail Drawer Only, Hardware: Brushed Nickel Metal Handles
- Collection Louis Philippe: Available in 5 Colors (Black 24390Q, Cherry 24390Q, White 24490Q, Antique Gray 24360Q, Dark Gray 24930Q)
- Box Spring NOT Required (10 Slats)
- Storage Bed: Rectangular HB/FB (Low Profile FB/Rail)
- Storage Bookcase HB: w/5 Drw (3 Hidden
- Top, 2 Drw
- Center), 2 Open Compartments (Left & Right)
- Storage FB: 2 Drawers
- Features: Wooden Bed, Traditional Style
- Drawer: Glide Center Metal (Kenlin, 3/4 Ext), Dovetail French Back Only, Felt Lined Not Included, Safety Stop Included
- Hardware: Brushed Nickel Metal Handle [Q&A] Clearance between Floor & Rail: NONE
- 82""L x 61""W x 48""H
- Weight: 184 lbs
- Materials: Wood, Wood Veneer, Composite Wood
- Materials (Type of Wood): Wood (Rbw), Wood Veneer (Gum), MDF, Ply
- Assembly Required: Yes
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I just got my pallet shipment and the boxes seem a bit damaged, what should I do?
Do not allow the driver to leave. Prior to signing for the merchandise, note all damage that you can see on the pallet, (ie: tears in the box, punctures in the box, boxes with crushed corners) and write all visible damages directly on the bill of lading that you need to sign to accept the merchandise. Failure to do so may affect your ability to claim shipping damage due to rough or careless handling by the shipping company.