What is the weight of the whole bed? Thanks.
Madera Deco Queen-size Canopy Metal Bed
Bring timeless elegance to your bedroom with this beautiful queen-size metal canopy bed. It's made of sturdy metal for durability, and has a bronze metal finish and an intricate design on the headboard and footboard for added sophistication.
ITEM#: 13945852This Madera Deco Queen-size bed is made from a metal with a bronze metal finish. This Queen-size bed includes four high posts forming a canopy.
- Set includes: Headboard, footboard, one (1) set of rails, three (3) slats, One (1) complete canopy set
- Materials: Bronze Metal
- Finish: Cherry
- Headboard height: 63.75 inches
- Footboard height: 31 inches
- Bed Dimensions: 86.25 inches high x 65.25 inches wide x 82 inches deep
Assembly required. This product ships in two (2) boxes.
Mattress, box springs and bedding (comforter, sheets, pillows, etc.) are NOT included
|Manufacturer Warranty||90 day Limited Manufacturer|
|Bed Style||Canopy Bed|
|Furniture Frame Material||Metal|
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Wow this bed is beautiful! The shipping weight on the bed is 74 pounds.
How much weight can this bed hold? i am looking into getting a waterbed mattress andbox spring.
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The weight capacity is 450~475 lbs.
Do you have to use the canopy
You do not have to use the canopy, but the bed is most stable when put together in its entirety.
Are the posts made of real wood?
No, the posts are actually made of metal.
Does this bed require a bed-frame in addition to the piece provided?
No. This particular item will be the whole bed frame included. You will just need to add the mattress and any other decorative items to it. (Such as sheets and comforter)
can I get this in a full/double size instead of a queen?
This item is only available in queen size.
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