The Grand St Andrews Barley Twist Bed from The Beautiful Bed Company is simply stunning. It boasts four barley twist spindle posts that twist up to support the tester or rectangular canopy panel. Tester or four-poster beds date back to 16th century Europe. This bed adds drama and dimension to any bedroom and makes a bold statement of designer style. To add your own custom finish the headboard could be upholstered in natural linen or beautiful luxurious velvet. This bed is a showcase of our American craftsmanship.
Made in beautiful California.
Rich Mahogany Stain - Black Walnut Stain - English Pine Stain
This piece is custom built to order, by our talented artisans, using time honored carpentry techniques. We use alder woods, unless a pine wood finish is specified. The characteristics of hand finished pieces, made from solid woods, will vary from piece to piece. The variations in the wood are seen as the character of the piece and are not defects in any way.
COLORS: This item can be finished in custom paint colors (i.e., Benjamin Moore, Farrow & Ball, Designers Guild, or other major quality brands). Please Select CC (custom color) and enter your paint choice (color and company name) in the box below. We will order the paint, and invoice you separately at cost.
Measurements are an approximation, and photographs may not accurately represent the color due to variations in computer screens.
If properly cared for, your furniture from The Beautiful Bed Company should become a family heirloom passed down through generations. Solid wood is a natural material, and therefore will shrink and swell with the seasons. Be careful not to expose your furniture to extremes in temperature or humidity, and avoid exposure to direct sunlight or heat sources.
Please clean wood surfaces with a tightly wrung, barely damp cloth, then immediately use a dry cloth to dry your piece. Our paint finish has a satin sheen and should not be waxed or polished, as that will alter the finish.
OUR GUARANTEE: The core frame and construction of our furniture should defy the laws of aging, and are therefore warranted to be free of defects due to faulty materials or workmanship for the lifetime of the original owner, under normal care and use.