Create a relaxing retreat with the Magnolia Manor queen canopy bed, dresser, mirror, and chest. Crafted of poplar solids with white oak and birch veneers, this kit features an antique white finish with heavy distressing and chipping, a weathered brown with whitewash tops, canted corners, rounded pilasters, bracket feet, full extension drawers with felt lined top and cedar lined bottom drawers, bead molding framed drawer fronts, accented with antique pewter bail pull and knob hardware. The canopy bed features a headboard with an arched crown with dog bone accents that Magnolia Manor is famous for and features a tufted upholstered panel in linen Chenille laced with tones of white, tan, and brown threading. This bed stands out from the rest with the canopy that features beautifully heavy turned facetted posts. The dresser has seven drawers including a large center drawer flanked by two smaller drawers across the top. Attach the mirror with the included bolt-on supports that features an arched cap rail with dog bone accents and a beveled edge. The chest offers an additional five drawers of storage. With the warm antique finish and artistic distressing combined with the grand scale, Magnolia Manor is a collection to be passed to generations.
Dimensions: W0 x D0 x H0
Weight: 657 lbs.
- Wood: Rubberwood Solids w/ White Oak & Birch Veneers
- Finish: Antique White Base w/ Weathered Bark Tops
- Dimensions: W0 x D0 x H0
- Box Dimensions: W0 x D0 x H0
- Weight: 657 lbs.
- Cubes: 107.15
- Full Extension Metal Side Drawer Guides (45mm)
- Felt-Lined Top Drawers
- Cedar-Lined Bottom Drawers
- Heavy Chipping & Distressing
- Fluted Canopy Posts
- Button-Tufted Chenille Uph on Headboard
- Headboard w/ Arched Crown Molding
- Dog Bone Accents
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