Sheraton posters bed
British colonial four posters bed
British colonial period antique posters bed handcrafted of teak wood. The Sheraton posters bed features four turning and reeded posters and rattan wicker headboard. Wooden slats mattress support, tenon and bolt fastener flat packing construction.
Four posters bed has been around for centuries, its bring grandeur characteristic and warmth to the bedroom. The bed has a vertical column in each corner to support a canopy or simple rails that connect four posters at the top. The canopy is used to hang a curtain, to keep out the mosquito or other insects.
Symbol of luxury
The four posters bed has been a symbol of luxury and comfort for more than 3 centuries, the design available in classic to modern furniture periods. The antique posters bed in the 16th century and earlier are highly ornate, large four columns support a rectangular panel at the top. The 17th century and later using rounded posters decorated with vertical and spiral reeds.
British classic four posters bed comes with a plain wood canopy for curtain hanging fixed on top of the posters, fastened with wooden finial decorations. The bed frame available in standard and custom size with solid wood or caned headboard.
Handcrafted of plantation-harvested teak solid wood, the bed has four vertical column on each corner to support curtain rails. Plain wooden rails connected all four posters, fastened with screws and bolts decorated with a wooden finial. Colonial style turning four posters decorated with vertical reeds at the top and twisted reeds at the bottom.
Rattan woven headboard framed with plain solid wood, the top frame rounded and reeded. Wooden slats mattress support, plain aprons and legs, edges decorated with 5mm grooves, turning feet. The bed frame shipped in flat pack, tenon and bold fixtures to ease the assembly process
Reclaimed wood posters bed
Colonial classic style teak wood poster bed handcrafted of reclaimed teak solid wood. A finial decoration topmost fastened a rectangular canopy onto the posters. Turning and reeded mixed with a plain box shape four posters.
Twin crosses X shape headboard framed with plain wood planks, top frame stepped from left and right side to the center.
Wide aprons joined to the posters at the headboard and footboard using tenon bolt joint. Turning and reeded four
legs ended with rounded tapered arrow feet at the bottom most.
Indonesian posters bed
Javanese royal bed
In Indonesia, posters bed is used by Javanese aristocratic family. The royal bed using square shape posters that usually decorated with elaborate carving. Four posters at each corners supporting a large solid wood canopy at the top most. The bed has a high headboard employs several fretwork panels and plain frames.
The most beautiful section of the Javanese royal posters bed is the wooden curtain fretwork under the canopy. It
has a lot of small foliage carved with detailed carving.
Rustic posters bed
Javanese common people using four posters bed handcrafted with minimum craftsmanship using plantation-harvested teak solid wood. Large feet extended into four posters about 7 feet height, hexagonal roundish shape-sustaining a canopy at the top most.
Plain wooden slats connected four posts as a curtain or mosquito net hanger, small wooden beams crossing inside the canopy frame, three slats left to right, two wooden slats from headboard to footboard. Curved upwards wooden rails connected the posts from left to right at the headboard. Wide and large aprons connected the headboard to the footboard using tenon mortise joint fastened with screws. Wooden slats mattress support inserted into the aprons on top of a center beam support.
Plantation harvested teak
The piece is made of solid teak wood that harvested from sustainable timber plantation in Java island. Perhutani, an Indonesia state owned company responsible for the sustainability of teak timber. The company managing the planting and harvesting the teak timber, the planting and felling cycle is strictly regulated. None of the teak timber is felled before the replacement planted.
We kiln dry the teak wood into 12% moisture contents to ensure it can stand through seasons without warp and crack. Handcrafted using time-tested traditional furniture construction and joinery. Although the piece looks rustic with minimum craftsmanship, it was made with our best craftsmanship and equipped with modern furniture hardware.