Bassett Furniture Cherry Finish Warrenton Storage Bed
- Hardwood construction with cherry veneer
- Rolled sleigh headboard with three-panel design
- Two large dovetailed wooden drawers at foot of bed
- Drawers are cedar-lined with antiqued brass knobs
- Turned bun feet at end of bed
- Mattress not included
- Assembly required
- Queen: 67” (W) x 85” (D) x 58” (H); 202lbs.
- King: 83” (W) x 85” (D) x 58” (H); 238lbs.
About Bassett Furniture
After the Norfolk & Western railway line reached completion in 1892, John David Bassett was left with a heap of raw lumber with no immediate purpose. He’d made his living supplying rail ties to the industry, and now he needed a new market for the acres of oak trees that swept over his land in Henry County, Virginia. He began shipping the lumber to factories in the north, which converted it into furniture and shipped it all over the country, including back down south. Recognizing the inefficiency, Basset saw a “tremendous advantage” in building furniture right at the lumber source. In 1902, he opened Bassett Furniture Company with his brothers. Though dressers, washstands, and beds sold for under $5 apiece, the company hit sales of $1 million by 1917.
Over 100 years later, Bassett continues its tradition of building furniture for the country. The men and women who staff its factories build each piece upon order, crafting interlocking frames, tacking on upholstery, and sewing fabric largely by hand. Each piece rolls off the assembly line in the way that only furniture built with a sense of pride can: with the promise of long-lasting durability and comfort.
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The Fine Print
Does not ship to AK/HI/Canada/Puerto Rico. Most orders delivered within 20 business days of purchase date. Does not ship to PO boxes. FINAL SALE; no returns unless defective. See return policy. Must pay applicable tax and provide name/shipping address/phone number/email at checkout, shared to facilitate shipping. Valid only for weekday deliveries. $150 return/restocking fee applies to refused deliveries or after 3rd delivery attempt. How is the strike-through price determined?