Inspired by Maine's nautical past, the Shiplap bed presents a sleek, low-profile design. Designed and built in Maine.
Our products are displayed among three showrooms. Please inquire with a showroom to determine where to view your desired piece in person.
Overall Dimensions Twin - 78.5"L x 41.75"W x 40"H Full - 78.5"L x 57.75"W x 40"H Queen - 83.5"L x 63.75"W x 40"H King - 83.5"L x 79.75"W x 40"H Cal King - 87.5"L x75.75"W x 40"H
Other Bed DimensionsPlatform Base Footboard: 17"H Rails: 6"H x 1"D Slat height: 16 1/2" off floor and 1/2" deep on rail Gap from platform to bottom of headboard is 3/4"
Other Bed Dimensions Conventional Base Footboard: 17"H Rails: 6"H x 1"D Slat height: 12 3/4" off floor and 4 1/4" deep on rail Gap from slats to bottom of headboard is 4 1/2"
Solid wood construction. Platform base. 18 hardwood poplar slats 2 1/2" wide by 1" thick, spaced1 1/2" apart, separated by wood spacers. Distance measurement is consistent with most mattress warranty standards. An additional center rail runs head to toe for added support. a Metal hardware to secure rails to bed posts. Lacquer finish.
Please note, new wood may vary in color from the wood shown in the accompanying photo(s). Read about how wood ages and the color changeshere.
A Conventional bed frame typically comes with 3-5 "slats", or pieces of wood that lay across the side rails of the bed frame. These slats are designed to hold a traditional box spring, or foundation, which sits under a mattress to provide support.
A Platform bed has either plywood or sufficient slats running down the length of the bed frame to directly support a mattress without the need for a box spring.
Platform beds typically cost a little more than Conventional ones, but they avoid the need to purchase a box spring and allow for a more modern, lower profile look.