Give your bedroom a comfortable and eye-catching centerpiece influenced by the tropics with the Stanley Archipelago Woven Bed. This bed features peeled cane woven detailing and a well-weathered finish in your choice of color. Its distinctive look offers a feel of the islands complete with rattan headboard, footboard, and sides. Tapered feet give it a light touch on any decor setting. Available in your choice of size.
The Archipelago Collection
The relaxed feeling of loose linen and warm, salty-sweet Caribbean air beckons you to the Stanley Furniture Archipelago collection. Mix and match wood finishes from weathered slate black to warm pecan to sun-bleached blanquilla, each with its own cozy, time-worn look and feel. Informal textures like natural woven fibers and peeled cane summon dreams of Pacific islands beaches. Wrap it all with richly textured fabrics in soft earth tones or your choice of distressed leathers in hues of Henna or Oceania Blue. All fabrics and finishes are designed to complement each other, giving you freedom to create no-fuss decor that reflects your playful personality.
Stanley Furniture Craftsmanship
Stanley Furniture's main objective is to produce quality and stylish furniture by using the best wood materials, construction procedures, and elegant finishes on their products to help you fashion your home decor the way you imagined. All of their furniture is hand-crafted from quality woods, incorporating other superior materials such as aluminum, glass, plastic, leather, and marble. Every joint is carefully constructed (keeping wood's sensitivity to heat and humidity in mind) allowing for expansion and contraction. All joints are held together with glue and nail. Stanley's 30-step finishing process starts with an undertone stain that is applied to a hand-sanded piece. Next, the stain is sealed with a wash coat, then hand sanded again with filler applied to pack the wood pores and smooth out the surface. A sealer coat is then applied, the piece is hand sanded again, and hand padded to mellow the tone. From there, a luster glaze is rubbed on by hand, followed by antiquing or distressing also done by hand. Finally, after drying, each piece is hand waxed and rubbed prior to final inspection.