Clementine Cannonball Bed
MADE IN AMERICA.
This furniture piece can be finished to any color in the world.
- Shipping & Care
The Clementine Cannonball Bed from The Beautiful Bed Company is a real statement piece and a twist from our Classic Cannonball Bed. This piece is pure vintage inspiration and is destined to become a family heirloom. Each spindle is intricately turned by hand in our wood shop in California. The headboard and footboard are a showcase of our craftsmanship. Finish in a traditional color or wood stain or give this piece a contemporary twist by adding a lacquer finish.
Made to order in Los Angeles.
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.
All Full to King sized beds ship with a Glideaway Steel Bed Frame system to support your low profile foundation.
Contact us to arrange shipment. Our preference is to send furniture to receiving warehouses. White Glove shipping can be arranged upon request.
(310) 386 1638
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.