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Paragon Wood Panel Bed in Black

SKU 4N02L5

4N02L4 Full (4/6): 58Hx59Wx80D inches 14.6 cuft 105 lbs
4N02L5 Queen (5/0): 58Hx65Wx85D inches 17.1 cuft 115 lbs
4N02L6 California King (6/0): 58Hx77Wx88D inches 18.1 cuft 133 lbs
4N02L7 Eastern King (6/6): 58Hx81Wx85D inches 19.9 cuft 132 lbs

Part of the Paragon Collection
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Size: Queen (5/0)
Get a fresh take on classic Shaker style with the Paragon bedroom from Modus Furniture. This group features a simple, framed panel design with reverse bevel floating tops in an opaque black satin finish. Casegoods rest atop tapered legs with a gently arched lower side cross. The storage bed includes 2 drawers on each side and ships with a platform bed slat kit designed for use without a foundation. The standard bed includes 3 bed slats for use with a standard mattress set. As with any classic shaker design, Paragon's beauty is in its function and ease. Casegoods feature sanded and stained plywood drawer boxes with front and rear English dovetail joinery and full-extension ball bearing drawer glides. Dresser and chest top drawers are felt-lined for storing delicate items. Bed features hook-on rail fittings for fast, easy assembly and long-term durability.

  • Smooth satin finish in a painted black
  • Kiln dried solid mahogany frame with engineered wood panels
  • Standard mattress support consists of 3 cross slats with center leg supports for use with box spring and mattress
  • Side rail cleat is removable for compatibility with standard adjustable mattress bases
  • Mattress opening measurements: 54.3x75.3 (full), 60.3x80.3 (queen), 72.3x84.1 (California king), 76.3x80.3 (king)
  • Floor clearance 5.3 inches; side rail height 13.6 inches, slat surface height 10.2 inches, footboard height 19.4 inches, headboard depth 3.3 inches, footboard depth 2.4 inches
  • Legs fitted with non-marking nylon levelers for superior stability