John Lewis & Partners Tall Emily Upholstered Bed Frame, King Size
Taller in size and built with the addition of a footend, our Tall Emily bed frame is perfect for your modern bedroom. With a large headboard and minimalist wooden legs, it has a simple and clean-lined shape, and we've added supportive, sprung slats to the base. Built with Smart Slats This bed frame is designed with wider slats at the shoulders, lumbar and feet. They provide maximum support for you and your mattress so that you experience perfect spinal alignment while you sleep. The standard slat caps are black so we have added grey slat caps to ensure that you know where to place the wider slats. Choose from one of our fabrics: Our Band A fabric, Topaz is woven to create a linen-effect feel Our Band A fabric, Saga is woven with man-made fibres, making it exceptionally durable and versatile Our Band B fabric, Erin has a velvet-style, chenille feel. It's woven with man-made fibres to create a beautifully soft yarn and can appear two-tone in different lights Our Band B fabric, Opulence is a soft and luxurious velvet-like fabric Our Band B fabric, Mole is a soft and cosy woven wool-blend. Piling and bobbling may occur naturally over time Our Band B fabric, Relaxed Linen is durable, resilient and versatile, woven from man-made and natural fibres Our Band C fabric, Aquaclean Harriet is made from a short, dense pile of velvet that has a soft, brushed finish. An Aquaclean treatment has been applied to this resilient fabric which means you can banish the majority of household stains with water. The treatment covers every fibre with an invisible coating so it doesn't need to be retreated or re-coated. It will naturally develop lines, scuffs and shading over time. Want to see it first? You may want to see and get a feel for the furniture before ordering. Pop into one of our shops to see the full range of colours and fabrics on offer. If you do plan on doing this, we recommend giving us a call on 03452 661805 as not all our ranges are on display in our shops. We'll be able to tell you where the range you'd like to view is on display.