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Modway Paisley Tufted King and California King Upholstered Performance Velvet Headboard

Modway

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$161.28
SKU: MOD-5856-IVO
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Ivory
Sea Blue
Midnight Blue
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Ivory
Sea Blue
Midnight Blue
Gray

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Description

Enjoy simple elegance with the square-patterned design of Paisley. Featuring timeless biscuit tufting, Paisley updates the guest bedroom or master suite with charming appeal. A stylish king or Cali / California king headboard, Paisley is made of soft, stain-resistant performance velvet covering a durable fiberboard and plywood frame with dense foam padding.

Solidly constructed with extra-wide black-stained wood post legs that fit either king or California king bed frames, choose from three mounting positions with this tall, padded headboard that ranges from 46 - 54 inches in height. The Paisley king or Cali / California king headboard is a lavish addition that offers quality support while reclining and relaxing.

Set Includes: One - Paisley Tufted King and California King Headboard

  • Product Description

    • Overall Product Dimensions: 3"L x 79.5"W x 46 - 54"H
    • Floor to Top of Headboard: 46 - 54"H
    • Floor to Bottom of Headboard: 19.5 - 27.5"H
    • Elegant Biscuit Tufted Headboard
    • King and California King Size
    • Soft Performance Velvet Upholstery
    • Fiberboard and Plywood Frame
    • Three Mounting Position Heights
    • Extra Wide Sturdy Wood Post Legs
    • Black-Stained Poplar Wood Posts
    • Product Materials: Fabric+20kg/m3 density foam, Frame is MDF and CARB P2 panel, 2pcs 990mmH black poplar wood post, The headboard has THREE adjustable positions. 20kg/m3 density foam.
    • Product Color: Ivory, Sea Blue, Midnight Blue, Gray
    • Product Weight: 34lbs
    • Assembly Required: Yes
    • SKU: MOD-5856-IVO
    • Brand : Modway

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