Bring on the style
Elegant and Romantic Queen Canopy bed with upholstered panels featuring subtle arches and an exquisite canopy metal post frame with accenting finials
Elevate the look
The Bronze metal frame perfectly compliments the Linen Stone fabric
Crafted for you
Includes Headboard, footboard, canopy and bed frame; Box spring and Mattress required; not included
Soft and dramatic, The hillsdale furniture mcarthur canopy bed combines simple lines, Soft arches and an elegant metal canopy with rounded post finials. The headboard and footboard panels are upholstered in a linen stone, Perfectly complimented by a metal post frame in a bronze finish. The mcarthur bed brings a sense of easy sophistication to the modern bedroom. Includes headboard, Footboard and metal bed frame. Requires a box spring and mattress; Not included. Assembly required.
- Elegant and Romantic Queen Canopy bed with upholstered panels featuring subtle arches and an exquisite canopy metal post frame with accenting finials
- The Bronze metal frame perfectly compliments the Linen Stone fabric
- Includes Headboard, footboard, canopy and bed frame; Box spring and Mattress required; not included
- Assembly Required
- Constructed of metal and fabric
- Item will ship in two boxes; which may arrive separately
- Spot check fabric prior to cleaning
- Residential Use Only
- Recommended Weight Limit: 500lbs
|HDF Item Number
|Overall Bed Dimensions: 83H X 62W X 88L; Headboard Height: 52H; Footboard Height: 26.5H; Canopy Total Height: 83H; Floor to Bottom of Frame: 7.5H
|Metal (Cast Metal, Tubular Steel), Wood, Fabric (58% Rayon, 42% Linen)
Beds / Headboards / Footboards / Canopy Frames / Rails
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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