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Elements International Cameron Traditional Cherry Sleigh Bed - CM750QSB/KSB

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    Create a space of consummate coziness with the Cameron Collection, a stylish blend of the classic and the contemporary. The Elements Cameron Traditional Cherry Sleigh Bed - CM750QSB/KSB is a glorious centerpiece, with a traditional cherry finish and elegant Louis Philippe-inspired styling, with a beautifully curved headboard and high footboard. The Elements Cameron Traditional Cherry Sleigh Bed - CM750QSB/KSB requires the use of both a mattress and box spring and are not included with the bed.

    Features:
    • Traditional Cherry Finish
    • Birch veneers, solid wood and select hardwoods
    • Louis Philippe inspired styling
    • Elegantly curved sleigh headboard and footboard
    • From slats to bottom of headboard is 16"
    • Requires box spring and mattress
    • Queen Bed Dimensions: 56"H x 65"W x 97"D
    • King Bed Dimensions: 56"H x 82"W x 97"D

    • Traditional Cherry Sleigh Bed - Queen - CM750QSB   56.00in. H x 65.00in. W x 97.00in. D    @ 185.90 lbs.
    • Traditional Cherry Sleigh Bed - King - CM750KSB   56.00in. H x 82.00in. W x 97.00in. D    @ 232.10 lbs.
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    5.0 Average rating

    1 Reviews

    Janet L from Rocklin, CA

    Submitted: 10/20/17

    Pretty and solid

    I love the bed! It was easy to put together too. There is an area along the bottom edge of the front panel that doesn't have an even coat of varnish, but you would have to be on the floor feeling the lower edge to notice. I saw it when I was uncrating the product, but once it was assembled it didn't bother me.