McKenzie storage platform bed features elegant detail with a beautiful traditional appearance and bookcase headboard. Storage bed features three built-in drawers on each side of the bed. This striking design is made from solid American Alder and Alder veneered wood panels. Matching furniture features old world craftsmanship including English dovetail mortise and tenon joinery and fitted backs to ensure structural strength and stability. Made for a mattress only. Stocked in North America. Please allow 4-6 weeks for delivery. Free Shipping. Outside Dimensions:Twin
- 45" x 79 1/2" (made for a 39 x 75 mattress)Full
- 60 3/8" x 80 1/2" (made for a 54 x 75 mattress)Queen
- 66 1/2" x 95 1/4" (made for a 60 x 80 mattress)King
- 82 3/8" x 84 1/2" (made for a 76 x 80 mattress)Cal King
- 78" x 87 1/2" (made for a 72 x 85 mattress)About Whittier Wood Furniture:
Whittier Wood Furniture has been manufacturing quality real wood bedroom furnishings now for over three generations since 1975. Founded by Gordon Whittier and Evert Slijper. The emphasis has always been easy and ready to assemble furniture with attention to quality construction, attractive styling and affordability. Whittier founders possessed extensive lumber experience and knowledge with which they have expanded their product offerings with a network of global resources to include product that is manufactured to their exacting standards and designs. That emphasis is placed in manufacturing furniture using northwest native Alder hardwood species wood. Sought after for its strength, durability and affordability when compared to more expensive hardwoods. One production facility and distribution center is located in Eugene, Oregon, USA. The company also owns a second production facility in Vietnam which is owned and operated by them to the same standards as their USA facility. The family run, Eugene Oregon based organization strives for excellence in product quality, service and the support of our human and global resources. Family tradition continues today at Whittier. Evert Slipjer continues to manage the day to day company affairs of the company while Gordon's son Scott Whittier serves as President and CEO of this family operated Oregon company.