Soft and elegant describe the new Madison platform bed from Emerald Home. The classic curved shape, linen like upholstery, and nailhead trim detail make this bed an excellent choice for modern day while still retaining some elements of the traditional. The Madison platform bed will elevate your bedroom from plain and simple to stylish and sophisticated as you transform your bedroom into the master retreat you've always wanted.
• Queen sized fully upholstered platform bed.
• Wood frame with light gray upholstery.
• 100 percent polyester.
• Requires foundation and mattress.
• Solid wood legs.
• Screw in slat roll included.
• Bolt on rails for added stability
- This linen like fully upholstered bed with tailored edges has a classy look.
- The light gray color with contrasting nailhead trim makes the bed the focal point of the room while being a neutral launching point for your choice of bedding and accessory finishes.
- A sophisticated transitional look is at hand with the linen like fabric, rich espresso colored wooden feet, and nailhead trim detail of the Madison bed.
- The Madison bed is available in two colors-charcoal and light gray.
- Currently offered in Full, Queen, King, and Cal King sizes.
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||Low Profile Foundation Recommended
||Upholstery (W)-water based cleaners only
||QUEEN 303 SETS/40HC
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