With its name befitting American royalty, the Kennedy Bed is an all American bed designed for an all American kid. With the perfect combination of mass and detail, the chamfered posts stand atop turned feet and are capped with ball finials creating the perfect book ends for the vertical board and baton detailed panels. Finish Options:Type of Bed Options:
- Bed Dims: Twin: 81.5l x 41.75w x 48.75h, Full: 81.5l x 56.25w x 48.75h
- Hand crafted using Solid Eastern US Poplar and veneers over engineered wood, this bed is available in either White or Stone finishes.
- Internal Bolt System: This unique system provides a strong connection where the bed rails attach to both the headboard and the footboard without exposing unsightly bolt heads.
- Two Position Rail: The rail can be mounted in either an upper or a lower rail position. The low position is intended for use with a premium pillow top mattress or mattress system and is an ideal height for smaller children. The upper position is intended for use with a Lake House trundle or storage drawers (Trundle and drawers sold separately).
- Plywood Slat Roll Foundation: The longitudinal strength of plywood makes it the ideal product for providing a lifetime of dependable support for all mattresses and mattress systems.
- Advanced Center Support System: A center support system is provided with all full size beds. This system is uniquely designed to support a full size mattress when the rail is set in either position. The center supports can also be used with the Lake House Trundle (Trundle Sold Separately).
*Item colors and configurations may vary. For more information regarding potential product options, please contact our store.
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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