Last updated on February 28th, 2019 at 04:53 pm
The Sloane collection has a soft contemporary design in solid ash or walnut hardwoods. The focal point of this collection is the plush upholstered bed. Available in a floating style as well as a more traditional frame, the modern Sloane bed matches flawless stability & construction with comfortable softness. Your bed can be customized to accommodate a mattress and box spring or only a mattress, depending on your preference. Choose from a variety of plush headboard upholstery options, including microsuede, leather, or fabric.
Coordinating Pieces – Dressers, Chests, & Nightstands
The Sloane bedroom collection includes dressers, nightstands, and chests as well. Available in walnut or ash wood, these coordinating pieces lend themselves well to a modern look with crisp mitered corners and straight, clean lines. Nightstands offer two drawer or one drawer configurations, and dressers are available in 6, 8, or 10 drawer configurations. Choose the right fit for your contemporary home with this collection.
Copeland Furniture is one of Vermont’s most recognizable high end home furniture brands. For over 30 years, Tim Copeland and his family have been building a reputation for world class, high end furniture in a variety of crisp, clean designs. Shaker style defined Copeland’s early furniture but over the years many additional styles have evolved. The Monterey collection blends Asian design with elements of traditional American Arts and Crafts. Astrid, Catalina and SoHo collections reflect American mid-century modern designs while MiMo bedroom furniture represents Miami’s chic modern esthetic. Mission, arts & crafts and craftsman styles round out Copeland’s designs in the Berkeley and Mansfield collections.
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