Contemporary and compelling describe the new Harper platform bed from Emerald Home.The clean lines, rich upholstery, and minimalist four-button tufting help elevate your bedroom from plain and simple to modern and beautiful. Transition your bedroom into the master you deserve with the Harper platform bed.
• Cal King sized fully upholstered platform bed.
• Wood frame with charcoal upholstery.
• 80 percent polyester, 20 percent polyurethane.
• Requires foundation and mattress.
• Solid wood legs.
• Screw in slat roll included.
• Bolt on rails for added stability.
- This suede-like fully upholstered bed with tailored edges has a polished look.
- The rich charcoal color makes the bed the focal point of the room and is still neutral enough to be a launching point for your choice of bedding and accessory finishes.
- A deluxe modern look is at hand with the lush fabric, rich espresso colored wooden feet, and button tuft detail of the Harper bed.
- The Harper bed is available in two colors-charcoal and taupe.
- Currently offered in Full, Queen, King, and Cal King sizes.
||Emerald Home Harper Upholstered Bed Kit Cal King Charcoal B129-13HBFBR-03
||Low Profile Foundation Recommended
||Upholstery (X)-light vacuum or brush only
||CAL KING 249 SETS/40HC
|(Non-Wood/Fabric) Surface Material Type
|(Non-Wood/Fabric) Surface Material Details
||20% Polyurethane, 80% Polyester
|(Wood) Construction Material Type
|(Wood) Construction Material Details
|(Wood) Surface Material Type
|Fabric Material Details
||20%Polyurethane, 80% Polyester
|Ship Type Formula
||Small Parcel Non-Conveyable
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