Are the legs and supports solid, not hollow? Is there room underneath to place storage boxes? How much space underneath between the floor and bottom of the slats?
angelo:HOME Marlowe King-size Bonded Leather Shelter Bed
This elegant king-size shelter bed from angelo:HOME is crafted from solid mahogany wood and detailed with chocolate brown bonded leather. The luxurious leather headboard gently wraps around the top of the bed for an intimate and cozy feel.
ITEM#: 13679409Crafted from solid mahogany wood and bonded leather, the Marlowe king-size shelter bed has four slats and six leg supports with luxurious padded upholstery. Metal to metal rail fittings ensure easy assembly and durability.
- From angelo:HOME, designed by Angelo Surmelis
- Set includes: Headboard, footboard, siderails and slats
- Materials: Solid tropical mahogany wood, bonded leather
- Finish: Chocolate brown
- Upholstery materials: Bonded leather
- Upholstery color: Chocolate brown
- Upholstery fill: Flame retardant polyurethane foam
- Four slats and six central legs support
- Metal to metal bed rail fittings
- Wings on headboard side
- Headboard dimensions: 52 inches high x 80 inches wide x 12 inches deep
- Footboard dimensions: 13 inches high x 80 inches wide x 3 inches deep
- Siderail and slat dimensions: 9 inches high x 73 inches wide x 2 inches deep
- Assembled bed dimensions: 52 inches high x 80 inches wide x 88 inches deep
Assembly Required. This product ships in three (3) boxes.
Mattress, box spring, and bedding (comforter, sheets, pillows, etc.) are NOT included.
Note: This product will be shipped using Curbside delivery. The product will be unloaded at the nearest curb in front of your residence. Signature required upon delivery.
|Materials||Tropical Mahogany solid wood, Bonded Leather|
|Bed Style||Platform Bed|
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I really love my new bed! It was not hard to assemble at all! My husband put it together in about an hour. I thought I would be disappointed in using a box spring (thought it would limit how much of the headboard that would be seen), but I have a 9 in box spring and 13 or 14 in mattress and you can still see a good bit of the headboard. I highly recommend this bed!Read More
Made of nice sturdy material. Contrary to some of the reviews, it was pretty easy to install, it took me and 2 of my friends about 30 minutes to put it together. It is a lot easier to put it together with 3 people as one can hold and align the side slats.Read More
Although the bed was a real pain to assemble, it looks great and was a good value. I do wish the overall finished product had the same look (a really high headboard). With a boxspring much less of the headboard shows. It still looks nice.Read More
The only reason I did not give this 5 stars is there were NO DIRECTIONS for putting this bed together. It took hubby and I about 3 hours but we figured it out. The bed is very sturdy and well made. I have been looking for a bed like this and I have never seen one for less than ***. It is bonded leather but it looks great and it's not like a couch that you sit on. I am pleased as punch with this purchase and I enjoy making the bed!Read More
Overall we're happy with this bed, and really like the look in our room. It took about 3 weeks to be delivered, as it seems the freight company only delivers to certain areas on certain dates. But shipping was free, so I can't complain! Since we're using this with a memory foam mattress and no box spring, I needed to add plywood over the four slats to support it, and make it into a platform bed so to speak. I bought two 4'x8' sheets of 5/8" cabinet grade plywood at a local hardware store for about $60 and cut them to fit. I also added two "legs" to the center of the slat up by the headboard, as the bed only came with 2 legs for each of the lower three slats. I felt the slat by your head should be supported too, so I just cut two pieces of scrap partical board to 7" long and screwed them into the top slat. Assembly took about 3 hours, including time to cut the plywood to size. Having my wife hold up parts helped during assembly, but I could have done it myself (except lifting the mattress up). I didn't see any directions at first, but eventually found them wrapped up in the plastic around the headboard piece. It's pretty sturdy, but the material does seem to scratch easily. Also, making the bed is a little difficult getting the fitted sheet around the mattress at the top since the headboard sides block the corners. But it looks nice!.Read More
This arrived with white glove delivery earlier than projected - despite the ice storm - very impressive. It does take some time to put together. Plan about 2 hours. It will need other boards/planks to elevate the mattress. For us, these are not problems, but could be for people who are not good with tools or engineering. We love the look of this piece in our bedroom. We are very happy with this bed.Read More
IT came severely damaged and the delivery men had to return it when they arrived to our home. Very disappointed. It was the Last one and we had to order a different bed. We ordered the Jillian and you can read the review of what has happened with that bed...it has been a nightmare.Read More
We followed the assembly instructions to a "T" and had no problems. It helped to get the power drill and a ratchet with an allen head in place of the included "tools". Bed looks great and seems very sturdy. My only complaint is that the bed rails are not deep enough to completely hide our boxspring, and I don't think you could use this bed without a boxspring or some type of solid base under the mattress. Not a big deal when the bed is made since I tuck the sides of my duvet into the rails and it hides the boxspring.Read More
Headboard looks great and is very functional. When you get out of bed in the middle of the night or little ones crawl in, no one bangs up their shins on the side rails because they are nicely padded. Assembly was easy with two people. Super happy with this set.Read More
Easy assembly, I put it together in an hour by myself. The bed looks amazing and is less than half the cost of similar beds I priced at local furniture stores. I would definitely recommend...Read More
Questions & Answers
Thank you for your question. This bed looks very elegant! The legs and supports are solid. From the floor to the bottom of the siderails is 4 inches, so there would not be room to store boxes underneath it.
Where can I buy the comforter set?
We are sorry, but the item is not on our site.
Does this bed require a boxspring?
If it is a standard mattress being used a box spring would be needed. If it is a memory foam t would not require a box spring.
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