From the carved shell crowning the top of the ornate headboard to the sunburst pattern of book matched cherry veneer on the footboard, the Old World King Estate Bed is a statement-making interpretation of traditional European design. Beautifully integrated into the Old World Collection, the bed's headboard and footboard feature picture frame carving, inlaid cross banding, and carved molding in a neoclassical bead-and-bobbin motif, all signatures of the Old World Collection's dramatic case pieces. The bed's four posts are finished with hand carved newel tops, and side rails are a generous 14-1/2 in. wide, fully dressed with shaped moldings and fancy face veneers. One modern touch: the footboard is purposely near bedding height to make television viewing easy. In addition to the California King size, the Old World Estate Bed is available in Queen and King sizes.
- Dimensions In Inches: w-82.8 x d-98.14 x h-73.27
- Dimensions In Centimeters: w- 210.31 x d- 249.28 x h-186.11
- Weight: lbs.
- Furniture Piece: Beds
- Collection: Old World
- The traditional design of Old World is inspired primarily by classic European styles of antiquity. Clearly influenced by the later Renaissance period, which featured enrichment of ornament and outline, Old World reflects the elaborate details of the French and English translation of this significant architectural movement. As Roman design standards like columns and pilasters were applied to furniture, a full complement of bases, cornices and pediments emerged, transforming cabinets, dressers and other case pieces into scaled-down architectural compositions.
||w-84.88 x d-88.63 x h-76.75
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