Birlea pride themselves on being an efficient, dynamic company setting trends for others to follow. Their teams search the world to bring home something a bit different. From traditional classics to the latest contemporary designs, they supply inspiring furniture that is of the highest quality as well as great value for money that we know their customers will love.
Based in the heart of the Midlands, they are a family-run business with over 20 years’ experience. They always listen and never lose sight of the things that matter – like supplying innovative products and customers are at the heart of their inspiration. Displaying a large, plumply padded diamond tufted headboard, the Woodbury makes a bold statement of luxury, whilst delivering maximum comfort.
Upholstered in a voluptuous grey velvet fabric the Woodbury parades grandeur emphatically.
- If your looking for maximum storage, without unsightly boxes under your bed, the Woodbury is perfect as is comes with 4 unobtrusive, handy storage drawers to stowaway away your belongings.
- The Woodbury features a sprung slatted base to give natural bounce, adjusting to where pressure is most exerted for greater comfort whilst allowing air to circulate beneath the mattress.
- Make a statement and be envied with this distinguished bed.
- Recommended maximum mattress height is 30.5cm
- The maximum weight load for the 4ft 6 frame is 300kg
- The maximum weight load for the 5ft frame is 400kg
- The maximum weight load for the 6ft frame is 450kg
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