Acme Furniture Esteban Queen Bed in Ivory Velvet & Antique Champagne Finish 22200Q

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SKU: 22200Q
Regular price $1,412.40
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Every piece in the Esteban bedroom collection reflects vintage glam style! Gorgeous details such as raised scroll trim on cabriole legs and mirrored fronts transform the case pieces into something extraordinary. Button tufting on a velvet-upholstered arched headboard elevates the panel bed to the height of luxury.


  • Box Spring Required
  • Panel Bed: Arched HB, Rectangular FB (Low Profile FB)
  • Padded HB/FB: Velvet (Button Tufted)
  • Wooden Frame with Raised Scrolled Trim, Wooden Cabriole Leg
  • Casegood Drawer: Mirrored Fronts, Side Metal Glide Drawer (Full Extension), DOVETAIL) English Front & Back, Felt Lined) Top Drawer, MIRROR) Arched Frame Dresser includes Jewelry Tray


  • 3 Slats - Box Spring Required
  • Panel Bed: Arched HB, Rectangular FB (Low Profile FB)
  • Padded HB/FB: Velvet (Button Tufted)
  • Wooden Frame, Raised Scrolled Trim with Antique Finish, Wooden Cabriole Leg
  • CONSTRUCTION] Wood Frame: Wood (Poplar), MDF, PB, MOLDING/TRIM: Poly-Resin
  • Recommended Mattress Thickness: 8""-10""
  • 89""L x 65""W x 68""H
  • Weight: 128 lbs
  • Materials: Wood, Veneer,Composite Wood
  • Materials (Type of Wood): Velvet, Wood (Poplar), Poly-Resin, MDF, PB
  • Assembly Required: Yes

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