Acme Furniture Vendome Queen Bed in Two Tone Ivory Fabric & Antique Pearl Finish BD01336Q
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This Vendome bed perfectly converts a home into a European chateau. The dramatic beauty this bed offers is worldly. Grand in presence, this remarkable bed has been thoughtfully scaled to offer a footprint that will complement today's homes. It is luxuriously upholstered in PU and the headboard and footboard are tufted to create visual appeal. Drawing inspiration from vintage Rococo design, it features intricate carvings reminiscent of the period.
- Box Spring Required
- Arched HB
- Low Profile FB
- Padded HB & FB
- Button Tufted
- 5 Slats - Box Spring Required
- Poster Bed: Arched HB (Concave/Low Profile FB)
- Features: Padded Bed (PU), Button Tufted HB/FB, Oversized Scrolled Crown & Posts w/Antique Contrast Finish
- Oversized Scrolled Leg-Post
- 94""L x 76""W x 73""H
- Weight: 275 lbs
- Materials: Wood, Upholstered (Bed), Poly Resin, Composite Wood
- Materials (Type of Wood): Fabric, Wood (Solid), Plywood, Poly, Foam
- Assembly Required: Yes
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I just got my pallet shipment and the boxes seem a bit damaged, what should I do?
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