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Storage Manhattan Headboard

The head board is a wonderful addition for any type of bedroom. It provides you with support and it comes in very handy when you want to relax in bed while watching a movie or reading a book. Moreover, this particular model also offers practical storage space. It would a wonderful addition to a small bedroom but its design makes it perfect for any other décor.

The Manhattan Headboard can be bought for $158.97. It was designed to match with king-sized beds. Not only that it’s a stylish addition to the bedroom but it also adds practical storage. It includes three compartments perfect for things such as the remote, a book, the phone or decorative elements. The headboard was crafted from laminate composite wood and it features a rich espresso finish. It has a profiled MDF top that further provides additional display space. The head board matches the platform storage bed from the same collection that we have presented in another one of our articles.

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The overall dimensions of the headboard when assembled are 81-1/2 inches wide by 11 inches deep by 43 inches high. It’s an attractive and practical addition to any bedroom. It has several built-in compartments of varying sizes that provide space for books, magazines, eyeglasses, maybe an alarm clock or some other personal items. These compartments can also be sued to display your favorite photographs or other decorative items. The headboard also comes in twin and full/queen sizes and in four other finishes. It’s simple, modern and easy to clean. Make sure you avoid moisture as the MDF is not waterproof and it will damage and disintegrate if exposed to excess moisture. This practical and elegant bookcase-style storage headboard can be sued with any king-sized bed frame and it’s an ideal choice for platform beds but not only.

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Posted in Furniture on March 23, 2012

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Simona Ganea
She is a quite stubborn and sarcastic person that likes happy colors and loves to be creative. She is a graduate foreign languages from Iasi with a major in Romanian and a Minor in French.

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