- High Profile Headboard
- Low Profile Footboard
- Tri-Panel Headboard
- Tri-Panel Footboard
- Panel Bed
- Mattress & Box Spring Required
- Bevel Edges
- Antique Black Finish
||Acacia,Pine Wood, MDF, Butt Joint, Corner Blocked Reinforcements, Four Slats
|Bundle Package Individual Dimensions
||Headboard: 4x65x66,;Footboard: 3x65x27,;Rails: 3x81x12
||Four Slats, Inside Rail to Rail: 61"", Inside HB to FB: 81"", Floor to Bottom of Rail: 4"", Floor to Top of Rail: 16"", Floor to Bottom of HB: 26"", Floor to Bottom of FB: 4"", Floor to Top of FB: 27"", Floor to Top of Slat: 12"", Floor to Bottom of Slat: 11"", Top of Slat to Top of Rail: 4"", Top of Slat to Top of HB: 54"", Top of Slat to Top of FB: 15"", Weight Capacity: 800lbs
|Prop 65 Warning Label
||WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Lead and Lead Compounds, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer or birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/furniture.
|Prop 65 Chemical
||Lead and Lead Compounds
|B&M Descriptive Copy
||The Calloway Queen Panel Bed is the perfect addition to your bedroom! This panel bed features a high profile headboard, adding a little extra drama to your bedroom. Both the headboard and footboard feature a tri-panel design, making this bed a standout for years to come. Bevel edges are prevalent throughout, adding a classic touch to this transitional bed. Bracket feet combined with the antique black finish will make this panel bed a staple in your home year after year.
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