Vaughan Bassett

Vaughan Bassett Passageways Louvered Low Profile Bed


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Built to last with a mortise and tenon construction, Vaughan Bassett’s Passageways Louvered Low Profile Bed features a subdued transitional design in a wire-brushed oyster grey finish for a well-weathered look. Made in the USA, this solid wood bed with a low-profile footboard flaunts an American oak structure with decorative wood rails and exposed grain variation. Complementing casual sophisticated and coastal chic aesthetics— the 58-inch-tall rectangular headboard showcases three louver panels for familiar yet bold appeal.


  • Made in the USA
  • Solid wood louver panel complete bed with low profile footboard
  • Includes headboard, footboard, side rails, and slats
  • Size: Queen or King
  • Finish: Oyster Grey
  • Queen Size Dimensions: 58” H x 2.13” D x 62.5” W (headboard), 62.5” W x 2.13” D x 16.13” L (footboard)
  • King Size Dimensions: 58” H x 2.13” D x 78.5” W (headboard), 79.5” W x 2.88” D x 16.13” L (footboard)
  • Material: Solid American oak wood
  • Features a wire-brushed oyster grey finish.
  • Transitional rectangular-shaped headboard with a recessed lower panel.
  • Features a louvered panel design across the top with shutter-style sloping horizontal slats.
  • Mortise and tenon construction for strength and stability.
  • Low-profile footboard and decorative wood rails.
  • A tree for a tree— for every tree used to make The Passageways Collection furniture, Vaughan Bassett donates and replaces a tree to the Virginia Department of Forestry.
  • Mattress and bedding not included; available separately.
  • From the Passageways Collection, part of Vaughan-Bassett’s LM Co. Home line of bedrooms designed in partnership with Ben & Erin Napier of HGTV Home Town fame.
  • Complete this sophisticated casual bedroom set by adding the matching Passageways 3-Drawer Nightstand
  • Warranty: 1 year; drawer and glide system backed by a lifetime warranty.
Perfect timing...couldn't be more happy with the delivery of my daughters new bed. Jay Weingart