What kind of Baxton Studio Optimus Modern Contemporary Antique Bronze Metal Walnut Wood Platform Bed do you need?
Modern and contemporary design platform bed Materials: Rubber wood, metal frame, MDF slats Antique dark bronze finishing metal frame Dark walnut wood posts Center bar and legs for added support
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Baxton Studio began offering furniture online in the year 2002. With over 15 years of experience in the sofa manufacturing business , the founders of the company recognized the overwhelming value and convenience that the internet could provide consumers when purchasing made-to-order furniture. Baxton Studio is an Internet 'hybrid' in the sense that it controls the design and production of its line of furniture and offers it nationwide through it's website and locally through its Chicago land warehouse and showroom.
Baxton Studio's mission is to create a furniture ordering and delivery experience that provides customers with a sense of security, comfort, and loyalty. Baxton Studio is committed to constantly providing stylish and unique furniture for the best value. We want to help you create a comfortable living space with ease and confidence. We do this with convenient online ordering processes, reliable Nationwide Delivery, and friendly service.
The Optimus Metal and Wood Queen Size Platform Bed is a lovely modern platform base bed frame with a fresh new look. Great for bedrooms with a contemporary flair. This platform bed is created with a combination of an antiqued dark bronze finishing metal framework and sturdy rubberwood corner posts finished in dark walnut the addition of a delightful mixture of curves and straight lines on the headboard and footboard simply adds to this great contrast. It's a smart looking bed that is suitable for all room types. Made in Malaysia, the Optimus requires assembly.
Customer reviewsbeautiful well made bed
This was a really great deal. When all together it looks just like the picture and is really quite elegant. NOt exactly a piece of cake to put together. A friend and I did in in about 2 hours but once all set up I was VERY happy. Just need to separate all the parts, make sure there is nothing mission according to the diagrams, and then start with attatching the head and foot boards to the railing. The rest is just screwing in the bolts and putting in the slats.