LOTUS BED (Eastern King)

Environment Furniture
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LOTUS BED (Eastern King)

$3,795
$2,399 Gilt
Color:
ebony trim
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Delivery Charge: $295
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Return Policy: This item is final sale and non-returnable.
Description
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Lotus Bed:

  • Eastern King bed made from textured, reclaimed Brazilian Peroba Rosa wood
  • Ebony finish on trim
  • Slatted headboard and footboard
  • Measures 87¾ inches in width by 82¾ inches in depth by 59 inches in height
  • Footboard measures 24¼ inches in height
  • Floor clearance measures 4¾ inches
  • Dust with a dry cloth

**Bedding and mattress not included.

One hundred percent of the peroba used by Environment Furniture is reclaimed from homes, industrial buildings, barns and other structures that are abandoned or scheduled to be torn down. Nature imparts the natural aged patina on the boards from fifty or more year's exposure to the elements, which are carefully selected and preserved to be showcased in the furniture. Each board is unique in grain, aging and texture. The peroba is hand cleaned without the use of any toxic chemicals.

Delivery charge includes delivery to your home, placement of items, and removal of all packing materials. You will be contacted to schedule a delivery time. Please note that this item can not be delivered to Hawaii and Alaska.

Material: Peroba Rosa wood and mahogany veneers

Brand: Environment Furniture

Origin: Imported

Environment Furniture’s sustainably-produced, eco-conscious wares are made with wood and canvas that has been reclaimed, recycled or repurposed. Any new wood that’s used comes from strictly managed certified forests, while other pieces are built with one-of-a-kind boards that have been exposed to the elements for decades — acquiring a truly weathered look that no artificial distressing could hope to replicate. Environment’s newest collection, for instance, is made with wood reclaimed from 100-year-old homes in the Brazilian colonial city of Paraña. The company's large-scale California modern pieces are comfortable yet sophisticated, and prized for their beauty and natural grain patterns.