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Hillsdale Dorchester Daybed-Brown Cherry

Item# 268-HL461-1-AF | Model# HL461-1 | Added on January 1, 2014 |
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Hillsdale Dorchester Daybed-Brown Cherry
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Solid pine construction for durabilityRich Brown Cherry finishSleigh and mission combination designOptional roll-out trundle or pop-up trundleDimensions: 88L x 40W x 34H inches. The Dorchester Daybed - Brown Cherry blends a bevy of popular furniture styles: Colonial, Pennsylvania Dutch, Mission. And the design of this piece is breathtaking and versatile. This daybed will work in any room - eclectic or traditional. Just dress it up in your favorite ensemble to give it your personal design touch. Made of solid pine, this daybed's elegant outwardly curved arms have a height of 30 inches. Clearance underneath the bed is 14-16 inches, depending on the alignment holes used, with a warm and inviting Brown Cherry finish. The clearance is large enough to store the optional trundle underneath. The recommended weight for either the daybed support system or optional trundle is 200-250 pounds. Some assembly required. A trundle is an extra mattress frame stored beneath a daybed, which slides out to provide additional sleeping space when needed. The optional trundle packages include your choice of a metal roll-out trundle frame or a metal pop-up trundle frame. The roll-out frame remains low to the ground as an additional twin-sized bed. The pop-up trundle can be left in the lowered position or elevated in the pop-up position to align with the primary daybed mattress. The pop-up feature allows the daybed to transform from a twin-size daybed into a king-size bed.
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