Low-Post Beds  Low-post beds take their name from the posts at the corners of the frame that generally do not exceed the height of the headboard or footboard. Posts are usually topped with a decorative finial. This bed suits most room sizes and design styles, from the most rustic look to an elaborate Louis XVI design.

Low-Post Beds Low-post beds take their name from the posts at the corners of the frame that generally do not exceed the height of the headboard or footboard. Posts are usually topped with a decorative finial. This bed suits most room sizes and design styles, from the most rustic look to an elaborate Louis XVI design.

Guest room: Nana's bed + Mom's reupholstered slipper chair =  cool!    Dare to Be Different: Take a chance with reupholstering vintage furniture. The dark wood floors and Victorian bed frame in this room set a regal tone, but a surprising hot pink love seat at the foot of the bed gives the space a playful feature.

Guest room: Nana's bed + Mom's reupholstered slipper chair = cool! Dare to Be Different: Take a chance with reupholstering vintage furniture. The dark wood floors and Victorian bed frame in this room set a regal tone, but a surprising hot pink love seat at the foot of the bed gives the space a playful feature.

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