This adorable kids twin bed features velvety pink upholstery with a playful scalloped silhouette. Padded headboard ensures long-lasting comfort and support while sitting up to read or watch TV
Bed is built low to the ground to help your little one get in and out of bed easily
Safe & Sturdy Construction
Constructed with a durable wood frame with high quality hardware that provides a strong and sturdy bed
Inspire Sweet dreams with this Upholstered Twin Bed by Delta Children. Perfect for your little one's bedroom, This kids' twin bed shows off velvety upholstery with a playful scalloped silhouette for a look both you and your child will love. Generous padding ensures long-lasting comfort and support while sitting up to read or watch TV. The bed's durable wood platform frame with slats eliminates the need for a box spring. Twin mattress sold separately. Delta Children was founded around the idea of making safe, high-quality children's furniture affordable for all families. They know there's nothing more important than safety when it comes to your child's space. That's why all Delta Children products are built with long-lasting materials to ensure they stand up to years of jumping and playing. Plus, they are rigorously tested to meet or exceed all industry safety standards.
- Holds up to 350 pounds
- This twin bed meets or exceeds all CPSIA requirements
- Bed fits standard twin size mattress and does not require a box spring (mattress sold separately)
- Slat platform included
- Easy assembly
|42.125" (width) x 33.25" (height) x 80.25 (depth)
|33.46" (width) x 6.5" (height) x 44.48" (depth)
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