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N a. Classic design to fit any living interiors with round finial detailing. Must-have piece of furniture for small living spaces or for accommodating extra guests.. Sturdy metal frame and slats for support and durability. Designed to fit one Full size mattresses and one Twin size mattress sold separately.. Comes with a roll-out trundle. Trundle includes four 4 casters 2 locking and 2 non-locking.. Quick and easy assembly. No additional foundation required.. Daybed dimensions 77.5 L x 56 W x 42.5 H. Weight Limit 450 lbs. Net weight 77 lbs. Trundle dimensions 71 L x 40.5 W x 3.5 H. Weight Limit 250 lbs. Gross weight 87 lbs. Clearance 14 . Shipping dimensions 76 L x 37 W x 3 H. Gross weight 87 lbs.
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Inspired by elegance and class, this daybed is sure to be a statement piece in any living space. The soft curves, intricate lines on the headboard and footboard and brushed bronze finish exude a timeless appeal that never goes out of style Perfect for sleeping or relaxing, the DHP Tokyo Daybed is also an attractive addition to your decor and comes in very practical with its accompanying trundle for accommodating extra guests. Paired with contemporary furniture or country inspired furniture, this daybed is guaranteed to add some charm and character to your room
Customer reviewsOverall nice - some thoughts below... update 2019 - shortened height
Wanted to add that this can be cut down fairly easily if you know someone with tools. I became more disabled and could no longer climb up on the daybed. Hubby tipped it sideways, and we measured 4 inches up the feet, marked it with masking tape for a level cut and he easily took off the extra length with his milwaukee cordless sawzall. Then we taped around the cut edge sharp of the cut off piece, put a screwdriver in the center and popped out the plastic piece that makes the foot and popped it into the now shorter leg. We did this to both daybeds in the home. Now when I want to lay down it is just sitting, not climbing. It will not longer fit a trundle and mattress but I do have the mattress under there and keep the trundle in back of the unit against the wall. The living room unit never had a trundle is now much more comfortable for guests to use as a couch . There is still lots of room under for storage using underbed boxes if, like us, you have limited living space.