Your child's bedroom is their space to grow, learn and play. The elegant, yet whimsical, styling of the Meghan collection will provide the platform from which they will enjoy those experiences for years to come. Design elements that lend to a traditional look include, white finish, routed pilasters, high polish round pull hardware. Your child will love this fun twin lounge bed, with ample storage space contained within drawers, behind doors and open bookcase display. Homework time is a breeze with the addition of the hutch and writing desk, while downtime is all fun and games with the media chest. Traditional case pieces provide ample storage space for clothing and personal items.
Dimensions: 50 x 80.5 x 50H
- Overall Gross Weight: 204.60 lbs
- Overall Net Weight:
- Overall Dimension: 80.5 X 50 X 50H
- Drawer interior: 33.25x17x8(2)
- Shelf interior: 19.25x8.75x11.75(4); 36.25x8.75x11.75(2)
- Country of Origin: Vietnam
- Made of manmade wood and wood
- White wood finish
- Includes headboard, footboard, rails and slats
- Box spring not needed
- Bookcase headboard with 6 storage cubbies
- Footboard with 2 ball bearing drawers with dovetail construction
- Base side each with 1 cabinet storage
- Polished chrome ring-pull hardwares
- Assembly required
- Number of Boxes: 2
- Overall CuFt: 48.0733
- Piece(s)/Carton: 1
||Full Lounge Storage Bed, White
||65 x 80.5 x 50H
||Twin Lounge Storage Bed, White
||50 x 80.5 x 50H
||27 x 17 x 28.5H
||52 x 18 x 32.5H
||34 x 2.5 x 38H
||36 x 18 x 52.5H
||Writing Hutch/Desk Set, White
||48 x 20 x 71H
||47.5 x 20 x 32H
||48 x 18 x 41H
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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