the full size is more expensive than the queen.....the larger bed is less expensive....why?
I love the look of this bed. It was not the quality I hoped for but it still looks great. I have looked at quite a few beds in this style and they cost a great deal more. I am very satisfied with this purchase. The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is because it was not solid reclaimed wood....
Sheesham Solid Wood Full-size Panel Bed
Sleep in comfort and style in this elegant wood panel bed. It features 24 wooden slats, which provide plenty of support, so you can use the frame with or without a box-spring, and it is has one solid center support for added durability.
ITEM#: 13767127Bring style and sophistication to your bedroom decor with this incredible Maira full-size bed. Handmade and finished by artisans in India, this bed features a natural Sheesham finish and 24 solid wood slats and one center support.
- Set includes: Headboard, footboard, side rails, slats
- Materials: Sheesham and Acacia solid wood
- Finish: Natural Sheesham
- 24 solid wood slats and one (1) center support
- Indian Rosewood gives the piece a naturally unique rosy grain
- Box spring is not required
- Matching designed headboard and footboard
- Headboard dimensions: 47 inches high x 63 inches wide x 4 inches deep
- Footboard dimensions: 15 inches high x 63 inches wide x 15 inches deep
- Side rail dimensions: 4 inches high x 77 inches wide x 6 inches deep
- Assembled bed dimensions: 47 inches high x 63 inches wide x 83 inches deep
Due to the natural tones in this bed, color variances may be visible
Assembly required. This product ships in 3 boxes.
Mattress, box springs and bedding (comforter, sheets, pillows, etc.) are NOT included
Note: This product will be shipped using Threshold delivery. This product will be delivered to your door or the nearest ground-level entrance of your residence. Signature required upon delivery.
|Bed Style||Regular Bed|
|Furniture Frame Material||Wood Wood & Metal|
|Materials||Sheesham and Acacia solid wood|
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I love the look of this bed. It was not the quality I hoped for but it still looks great. I have looked at quite a few beds in this style and they cost a great deal more. I am very satisfied with this purchase. The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is because it was not solid reclaimed wood.Read More
The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is we had to drill out the rear frame holes and use carriage bolts instead of the threaded hardware that was included. It holes didn't line up properly. But that was no biggie, and I'm no handyman. That said, this bed is made from SOLID, absolutely stunning, rosewood. Not a veneer! My son is a big boy at 6' and 290 lbs, and this bed could easily support 3 people his size. LOL Also got the matching nightstand. The wood is unstained and finish sanded, so we gave it a good rub down with Briwax, and WOW!! We are very happy with this bed.Read More
We bought this bed about a year ago and absolutely love it. That said, we had to replace all of the hardware as it was all made in India and the screws were falling apart as we tried to screw them in. The metal T-bars that held the side rails to the headboard were made of the same material as the screws so we just bought new ones at Home Depot. The "pre-drilled" holes didn't match up either so we had to redrill most of them ourselves. Once we got the bed together and have used it for the past year we hare happy with it. We got a Cal-King size so it is pretty heavy. You have to take the mattress and slats out of it if you want to move the position of the bed, which is kind of a hassle. The wood is beautiful. I just came online today to try to find some nightstands to go with it. Overstock was great about giving me a discount to compensate for the money and time spent getting the bed to work.Read More
Wowsa!!! Purchased this several months ago. Beautiful wood!! Super heavy. Keep in mind that, although it is a full sized frame, the extended 'shelf' is about 4" so adds 8" to width. This is in my 16 year old son's room and he loves it. Came in more than one box....two I think. Simple to put together, but needs two people.Read More
great customer service . we had a problem with the bed and they sent out replacements with in a week. the color of the bed is a little more red than what the pic shows.Read More
Questions & Answers
Hello praisedance, because our prices are changing often enough, we cannot guarantee that one size will remain more expensive or less expensive that another. Thank you for shopping with us!
Is there a particular reason the queen size version of this bed costs about $80 more?
Hello praisedance, typically a bed will be priced more the larger that it is, so a queen will be priced higher than a full size. Thanks for shopping with us! A.S.
Is this a solid wood frame or a wood laminate covering particle board?
The bed''s frame is made of solid wood.
If you don't use a box spring how much weight on a foam mattress would this bed support?
The manufacturer has tested this bed frame up to 700 pounds, and that includes the weight of the mattress.
The manufacturer has tested this bed frame up to 700 lbs including the weight of the mattress.
Will this accommodate a box springs and mattress? Or just mattress?
Yes. You can use a box spring if you wanted.
What size mattress will fit best?
A full size mattress.
This bed is designed for use with a standard full size mattress, which measures 54x75.
The dimensions of this bed seem to fit a queen size mattress. Is this really a full? The reviews of the king size talk about it being too long for the mattress.
The dimensions for the bed include the wood base that surrounds the outer edge of the mattress.
The dimensions of this bed frame are measured from the outside. There is a thick wood frame surrounding the mattress on all sides. The internal dimensions are designed for use with a full size mattress measuring 54x75.
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