Designed by Lawson-Fenning for Nurseryworks, the Platform Twin Bed is a contemporary piece of furniture that serves toddlers and later, older children. Furniture components incorporate overtones of Mid-century American Modern and Scandinavian Modern styles, specifically their durability and craft aesthetic, so as to blend easily into the adult decor when the time comes. Multiple carving and color combinations to chose from make this this piece fit perfectly into any modern space. Optional underneath drawers or trundle bed available. Note: Nurseryworks requires a mandatory freight charge of $125. This will be added to your order at checkout. This is a custom item and is non-returnable.
40% off the Platform bed in 'slumber' end colors. Sale ends 03.31.08.
Dimensions: 41"H x 43"W x 86"L. Made of MDF and wood. When construction includes medium density fiberboard (MDF), Nurseryworks uses Grade EO, the safest grade available. The Harmonized European Standard classifies wood-based panels, including MDF, as E0, E1, and E2/E3, depending on the degree of formaldehyde emission. Grade EO releases less than 0.5mg per liter. When wood is used, Paulownia wood is a key material in Nuseryworks furniture. It is a fast-growing, beautifully grained, light weight and fire + decay-resistant hardwood species that takes stain beautifully, and that won't warp, split, or crack. Thanks to its deep root network and its unusual physiology,Paulownia can help reclaim ecologically stressed land relatively quickly by upgrading the organic content of degraded soils. Nurseryworks uses low-VOC finishes, lacquers, and glues. Fits a standard twin size mattress, trundle fits 39"W x 71"L x 5"H mattress. JPMA certified.
Nurseryworks, the Los Angeles-based furnishings firm founded by Traci Fleming and Kaye Popofsky Kramer, celebrates the younger generation and their design-savvy parents with modern furniture, bedding, rugs, and accessories. Fleming and Popofsky Kramer launched their company to provide clean, simple, and modern furnishings for creating the ideal first environment, a vision that reinforced the nursery's relationship to the rest of the home decor.