Queen Stonewood Manor Upholstered Bed
The Stonewood Manor Upholstered Bed from Whittier Wood Furniture, made from solid alder hardwood and features a rustic glazed brown finish. This is a beautiful statement piece for any bedroom, commanding attention without overpowering your space. Simple, elegant, and oh-so inviting.
- Solid alder hardwood, alder veneer, upholstery
- Partially assembled
- Rustic glazed brown finish
- Teflon® shield & clean treated fabric
About Alder Wood
Important to realize, Alder is a species native to the Pacific Northwest. Specifically, it grows in an approximate 125 mile-wide strip along the West Coast that stretches from Alaska to Northern California. Furthermore, the largest concentration of Alder stands just north of Portland, Oregon.
Three generations of the Whittier, family has worked side by side to maintain the integrity of quality and honesty that began in the 1920s with their grandfather, Leon Whittier. Their manufacturing business has evolved over the decades but the commitment to customers and making a quality product remains steadfast. You’ll be delighted in everything from attention to detail, commitment to sustainability, and breadth of offerings. So please, discover what they have to offer to transform your house into a well-furnished home. Moreover, Whittier Wood Products is celebrating 40 years of providing real wood, real quality furniture, and excellent service.
Whittier Wood Furniture warrants to the original purchaser that our furniture and all its parts and components are free of defects in material and workmanship, Whittier Wood Furniture will replace the part free of charge. Specifically, “Defects” as defined in this warranty, are any imperfection in material or workmanship that will impair the use of the furniture product. Our warranty’s expressly limited to the replacement of furniture parts and/or components.
Whittier Wood Furniture’s limited warranty covers two years from the date of purchase and limited to the original purchaser. In addition, we will work with the retailer where the item was purchased if repairs are needed. In Conclusion, Whittier isn’t liable for damages resulting from the use of the product.