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Wesley Allen daybeds
Wesley Allen Iron Daybed Features
- UniBody Construction.
Wesley Allen iron daybeds are handcrafted with quality. Skilled craftsmen meticulously weld each piece together paying close attention to detail. The process produces a bed that is the perfect balance of strength and beauty. [More on Wesley Allen Construction]
- Decorative castings.
Wesley Allen hand-poures directly over the welded iron to create an exceptionally solid one-piece bed. Beautiful and sturdy.
- Universal Slatted Frame
Wesley Allen iron daybeds are drilled with two sets of holes for flexible mounting options. The lower set accomodates a standard mattress and box spring; the frame rests 8 1/2" from the floor with an 8 3/8" clearance. The upper set accommodates the use of a mattress without a box spring; the frame rests 16" from floor with a 15" clearance, providing clearance for most trundle and pop-up units. [More on Wesley Allen Frames]
- Optional High Riser Unit.
Pop-up, or trundle unit, to accommodate second 39" x 75" mattress, providing two twin-sized beds. (For safety reasons, the two mattresses should not be used as a single unit.) Note: All Wesley Allen iron daybeds are available with an optional trundle unit. Trundle units quickly slide out from beneath the daybed and lock into position giving you the convenience of an extra bed when space is limited. The trundle unit lowers and slips back into place in seconds. [More on Wesley Allen Trundle Units]
- Exclusive PowerBond™ Finish.
The most durable finish available on any bed. Expert colorists electrostatically apply powder paint to the bed which is then baked in specialty ovens at extremely high temperatures to produce a finish of superior durability and richness. [More on Wesley Allen Finishes]