Brome Lake Panelled Platform Bed


Camlen’s Panelled bed design features a headboard panel which is framed by raised moulding around the edges and top, mimicking vintage farmhouse door styles.  The headboard panel is 55” h. This bed can either be stained, painted or glazed. Our panelled bed is available in double, queen or king size.

We choose our pieces carefully so that it there are no knots bleeding through for lighter finishes, and the warmth and character of the wood is enhanced for stain finishes.

Our best selling version of this is as a platform bed, with a low profile footboard, which is how we offer it online.  For any other options, please contact our store directly.

Dimensions:             Queen: 64 w x 82 l x 55 h              King: 85 w x 82 l x 55 h

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Our standard stains, paints and glazes are highlighted in the samples below – these samples can vary depending on your computer monitor. In addition, finished products may vary in texture and coloration from the color presented below, depending on wood type and grain. Therefore we recommend you contact our factory or store for further information and clarification.

Standard painted finishes come with slight rub-through for a timeworn feel.

Our furniture is finished with satin acrylic polyurethane for beauty and durability which is water washable but should never be cleaned with harsh cleaning products.

We custom build and finish each piece of furniture once your order is placed. Our turnaround time is approximately 4 weeks plus shipping. If possible, we will absolutely get your order out faster.

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Champlain, Champlain Glazed, Ebony, Heritage, Manoir Grey, Natural, Ocean Blue, Sturbridge, Sturbridge Glaze, White Ash


King, Queen, Double


Headboard with platform bed

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