single beds
  • 9
priceoriginal £1,495, £1,350
Overall length202
Overall width92.5
Head height116
Foot height91
Side rail height34

Timeless Pair of Detailed Utilitarian Singles

Lovely pair of detailed utilitarian style single iron beds with very pleasing design and colouring, please see pictures to see finish. Very nice detail in all castings adding a little bit of additional detail that we don’t usually come across in Utilitarian style beds. This special pair of beds are a timeless item, guaranteeing to pass the test of time in regards to fashion, and functionality. These beds can be joined to make a super king size bed, perfect for a spare room. Lovely amount of space under beds for storage, without being at all imposing. Overall width (joined) 185cm Fully restored with joints checked for good fit, support frame strengthened and adapted to support wood slats. Whole frame shot blasted and primed prior to hand painted finish in aged Little Greene paint company's Juniper Ash, waxed over to preserve. Price includes wood slats (sorry not mattress) To fit mattress size standard single 3' x 6'3" - can be joined to make a super king size bed, we can supply zip and link mattresses in a range of comfort choices. As an alternative to the wood slats we can sprung or hard top bed bases. These raise the get into bed height and offer a superior support for quality mattresses. Photograph taken with wood slats. We can also supply hand-made mattresses in all comfort choices. Details are available on our own web site under Bases and mattresses or e mail us for specifications and price list. National and international delivery can be arranged. Please send address/postcode for quotation from one of our reliable couriers Bedsteads have been sourcing, restoring and retailing antique beds and bedroom furniture for over 30 years. We do have many beds awaiting restoration if you are looking for a particular style and can send images if requested. We have our own workshops located along side our showroom in a beautiful medieval barn seven miles south of Bristol.