Personalize this Astrid Queen Bed with Shelf Nightstands Shown in Solid Cherry Wood with Natural Finish
Personalize this Astrid Queen Bed Shown in Solid Cherry with Natural Finish. Features one panel headboard style and two floating nightstands. With its deeply splayed legs producing dramatic cantilevers, the Astrid Bedroom is an engineering feat that defies expectations and inspires a sense of possibility. A true platform bed, Astrid may be ordered without or with 1 or 2 headboard panels. Recommended mattress thickness is 8" to 12". The collection is crafted in solid cherry hardwood and is Made to Order in several finishes (specify conventional or water borne finish) with a variety of knob or pull options. The Astrid Bedroom is also crafted in a combination of solid walnut and dark chocolate maple or solid maple with several finish options. Copeland features the highest level of construction in the industry. Asymmetrical English dovetails - the traditional gold standard in joinery - are used in drawer construction. Drawers are made completely of solid hardwood; fronts are 3/4 inch thick, sides and backs are 5/8 inch
Available in solid Cherry Wood (shown), solid Maple Wood or solid walnut
- Choose your color, shown in natural
- Protected with a catalyzed lacquer
- Solid wood construction
- Catalyzed lacquer finish
- Hidden soft-closing, self-closing drawer glides
- Solid wood drawer boxes with English dovetail drawer construction
- Choose bed style, size and pair with matching nightstands, dressers, chests and desks.
- Personalize in your choice of solid Cherry Wood, walnut or Maple Wood
- Choose finish and hardware
More about Copeland Furniture
With a vision to create a family owned and operated enterprise, we set out in the early 1970s to make wood products from natural hardwoods. Initially, we made cider presses for home and small-scale orchard use. From there our designs evolved into butcher-block kitchen furniture and Adirondack-style porch furniture, items that were functional and affordable for baby-boomers as they furnished their first homes.
During our many periods of growth, we have changed from a one-man operation in an old garage in East Corinth, Vermont, to a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility located on the banks of the Connecticut River in Bradford, Vermont. Using a combination of leading-edge computer technology and traditional craftsman technique, we have created an enterprise that is embedded in our local community, a place that provides a fulfilling work environment for the men and women who come to work here every day.
The continued evolution of our furniture designs has coincided with a resurgence of appreciation for designs from the Arts & Crafts, Mission, Shaker, and Scandinavian movements. Today, our aesthetic continues to be strongly influenced by these creative movements, as well as the surroundings here in Vermont. Vermont’s culture has historically placed a high value on preservation as witnessed in the many small villages dotted with architectural gems in the form of houses, libraries, and churches. These understated, well-designed structures inform our creative sensibilities each and every day. Our furniture is best characterized as transitional, neither strictly contemporary nor traditional but rather a combination of elements that incorporate classic proportion with modern simplicity.
The Past is Prologue
Since the beginning, Copeland Furniture has sought to stay loyal to its mission to produce furniture for discerning consumers who have an appreciation for good design, quality, and value. We have also worked hard to stay loyal to the New England tradition of quality craftsmanship. Our work ethic embraces the belief that continuous improvement is ultimately what best serves the customer. We strive to meet your expectations and make the best furniture we possibly can.