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Alisdair Queen Sleigh Bed

Ashley Furniture B376B2
Alisdair Dark Brown Collection

Features

  • Made of veneers, wood and engineered wood
  • Includes headboard/footboard and rails
  • Foundation/box spring required
  • Assembly required

Quick Specs

  • Type: Bedroom Groupsets

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This queen sleigh bed is the epitome of traditional decor. Louis Philippe-style moulding dates back to the mid-19th century when furnishings were lavish yet somewhat simple. Deep finish brings warmth and elegance into the space. Mattress and foundation/box spring sold separately.

Features

  • Made of veneers, wood and engineered wood
  • Includes headboard/footboard and rails
  • Foundation/box spring required
  • Assembly required
  • Mattress available, sold separately
Product Specifications
Bed Size Queen
Brand Name Signature Design by Ashley®
Color Dark Brown
Consumer Assembly Assembly Required
Consumer Description Queen Sleigh Bed
Friendly Description Queen Sleigh Bed
Item Code Bed
Item Color Key 1896
Item Name Alisdair Queen Sleigh Bed
Item Series Name Alisdair
Item Type Kit
Item Weight Kg 33.11
Item Weight Lbs 73
Manufacturer Warranty Days 365
Marxent PID Number ASHB376B2
Retail Type Master Beds
Series Id B376
Sku B376B2
Unit Depth Inches 90
Unit Depth Mm 2286
Unit Friendly Dimensions Inches 62.5''W x 90''D x 47.25''H
Unit Height Inches 47.25
Unit Height Mm 1200.15
Unit Width Inches 62.5
Unit Width Mm 1587.5
Vendor Name Ashley

Quick Specs


  • Appearance

  • Type: Bedroom Groupsets

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