Acme Furniture Salonia Dresser in Pink Velvet BD01186

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SKU: BD01186
Regular price $1,074.15
Regular price Sale $1,240.00 Sale price $1,074.15

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The Salonia velvet upholstered bed will make any room more appealing with its Art Deco-inspired design. This is a beautiful, tufted platform bed, available in three gorgeous colors - black, blue, and gray. The padded bed is filled with foam to add extra comfort. Both attractive and sturdy, the Salonia elevates the style of any bedroom. Available in King & Queen sizes.


  • Box Spring Required
  • Upholstered Bed
  • Metal Chrome Legs
  • 3/4 Extension Drawer
  • Center Metal Glide Drawer
  • Drawer Safety Stop Included


  • Assembled
  • 3/4 Extension Drawer
  • Metal Center Drawer Glide
  • Drawer Safety Stop Included
  • Metal Chrome Legs
  • 62""L x 19""W x 34""H
  • Weight: 150 lbs
  • Materials: Composite Wood, Upholstery, Metal
  • Materials (Type of Wood): MDF, LVL, Velvet, Foam, Metal
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