That cool California vibe. A fresh take on contemporary, the Big Sur Collection features a modern design with weathered details. Create a retreat that inspires thoughts of sun, surf and style.
California contemporary design with a slightly weathered driftwood, natural brown oak finish. The Big Sur Twin Bed by homestyles is crafted from ash hardwood solids and straight grain oak veneers over engineered wood. Solid wood surfaces have a wire-brushed texture, providing a weathered look. Headboard has a plank look. The bed is designed with a platform look, accommodating a twin mattress with multiple slats and 9.5" side rails for support. Can be converted to accommodate a twin mattress and box spring. Low-profile footboard with plinth style base. Finish and measurements may vary slightly. Arrives at your door by parcel delivery service. Assembly required. Measures: 48"H x 42"W x 82.5"D.
- Crafted from ash hardwood solids and straight grain oak veneers over engineered wood with a wire-brushed texture
- Headboard has a plank look
- Designed for a platform look with multiple slats and 9.5" side rails for support, but can accommodate box spring
- Low-profile footboard with plinth style base
- Finish and measurements may vary slightly
- Arrives at your door by parcel delivery service
- Assembly required
- Model Number: 5506-400
48H x 41.5W x 82.5L
- Crafted from hardwood solids and straight grain oak veneers over engineered wood
- Delivered to your door by parcel post service
- Finish and color may vary.
- Assembly required.
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