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Antique 4 Poster Bed King

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Italian Painted Louis XVI Bed
Located in Kirkland, WA
Italian Painted Louis XVI Bed Italian 4-poster bed with wonderful old cream paint. The poles and
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19th Century Italian Louis XVI Antique 4 Poster Bed King

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Bronze

  • Italian Painted Louis XVI Bed
  • Antique Italian Painted Louis XVI Bed
  • Italian Painted Louis XVI Bed
  • Antique Italian Painted Louis XVI Bed
H 63.75 in W 76 in D 49 in
French Bed 4 Poster King 19th Century Low Footboard
Located in Buxton, GB
Footboard High Curved Head Board The Headboard has a carved central Crest 4 Heavily Carved Bed Posts The
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Late 19th Century French French Provincial Antique 4 Poster Bed King

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Wood

King Size 4-Poster Sheraton Bed with Carved Posts, Phyfe School, c. 1815
By Duncan Phyfe
Located in Miami, FL
assemble in three different ways: King bed with tester (Images 1 & 3) King bed without tester (Images 2 & 4
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Early 19th Century American Sheraton Antique 4 Poster Bed King

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Mahogany

Antique Jacobean Style Carved Oak 4 Poster Bed
Located in Chelmsford, GB
Fine quality carved oak four poster king size bed in the Jacobean style circa 1920 . The bed is
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1920s English Jacobean Antique 4 Poster Bed King

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Oak

Massive 19th Century Ornately Carved Solid Rosewood Four Poster Bed
Located in Debenham, Suffolk
Massive 19th century ornately carved solid rosewood four-poster bed This is sold as being from
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19th Century Indian Anglo-Indian Antique 4 Poster Bed King

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Padouk

Antique British Colonial Four Poster Queen-Size Bed in Cuban Mahogany, c. 1820
Located in Miami, FL
An exceptionally beautiful British-colonial bed from the West Indies in Cuban mahogany, circa 1820
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Early 19th Century Caribbean British Colonial Antique 4 Poster Bed King

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Mahogany

George III mahogany four-poster bed
Located in Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire
George III mahogany four-poster bed A George III four poster bed with mahogany end posts
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1780s English George III Antique 4 Poster Bed King

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Mahogany

  • George III mahogany four-poster bed
  • George III mahogany four-poster bed
  • George III mahogany four-poster bed
  • George III mahogany four-poster bed
H 95.75 in W 64.5 in D 81.5 in
Italian Four Poster Bed 19th Century
Located in Buxton, GB
We are delighted to offer for sale this Fabulous Italian x4 Poster Bed This Bed is so Artistic
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Late 19th Century Italian Baroque Antique 4 Poster Bed King

Materials

Wood

  • Italian Four Poster Bed 19th Century
  • Italian Four Poster Bed 19th Century
  • Italian Four Poster Bed 19th Century
  • Italian Four Poster Bed 19th Century
H 68.51 in W 82.68 in D 61.03 in
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Antique 4 Poster Bed King For Sale on 1stDibs

Choose from an assortment of styles, material and more with respect to the antique 4 poster bed king you’re looking for at 1stDibs. Frequently made of wood, mahogany and poplar, every antique 4 poster bed king was constructed with great care. Your living room may not be complete without an antique 4 poster bed king — find older editions for sale from the 18th Century and newer versions made as recently as the 20th Century. When you’re browsing for the right antique 4 poster bed king, those designed in Louis XVI, Neoclassical and Victorian styles are of considerable interest. You’ll likely find more than one antique 4 poster bed king that is appealing in its simplicity, but Ralph Lauren produced versions that are worth a look.

Finding the Right beds-frames for You

We find relaxation and solace in our bedrooms, which are often the most cherished rooms of a home. Your antique, new or vintage bed and bed frame are integral to this oasis of personal comfort.

Beds and bed frames have long been an important part of the sanctuary that is the bedroom. For the upper class in countries such as England, the massive, costly beds of the 16th and 17th centuries were decorative and of the poster variety. Some were characterized by large painted wooden headboards, often made of oak, that featured ornate carvings and richly colored curtains affixed to each of the two or four posts — think of today’s sumptuous upholstered headboards as a distant cousin to these luxurious furnishings. The heavy fabric curtains were drawn across a fringed canopy to close out the sunlight that might’ve warmed your grandiose and opulent bedchambers. This feature could also offer privacy as desired, because, as we all know, a bedroom is for more than just sleeping

Coiled springs didn’t make their way into mattresses until the 1800s, which likely made for a far more comfortable night’s sleep for many. Bed frames of cast iron and brass were introduced during the mid- to late-19th century. Later, the 20th century brought with it marvelous innovations for slumberland, among them daybeds from the likes of George Nelson and Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Lilly Reich as well as convertible sofa beds.

Today, you will find a range of beds geared toward your individual personality and preferred style of decor. When shopping for a bed and bed frame, keep in mind that you’ve got options. Sizes range from twin to California king. At 76 inches wide and 80 inches long, a king-size bed is roughly 16 inches wider than a queen-size mattress, and your bed frame will likely add two to five inches to each side. (The California king bed is 84 inches long.)

From dramatic bedroom designs to uncomplicated, minimalist approaches, the bedroom has evolved into the haven that it should be: a peaceful place of respite, where we begin and end every day. Take the time to create your very own oasis — you deserve it. Rest easy with an expansive collection of antique, new and vintage beds and bed frames available on 1stDibs.

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