Your bed is the star of your bedroom.
Even if you're the only person who sees it, there's no doubt that taking the time to make your bedroom feel like a special place is worth it. This room is your retreat from the world.
Be Proud of Your Bedroom
You're worth investing in, and so is your private domain of the home - your bedroom.
Let your custom Iron or Brass bed be the centerpiece of a sanctuary you create defining beauty, comfort, and relaxation; the quintessential invitation to unwind and escape the stresses of the day.
Your Very Own Custom Vintage Metal Bed
DESIGN YOUR HEIRLOOM BED
If you'd like to have an expert in antique metal beds to help you design the bed of your dreams, our team will be more than happy to help you!
What Kind of Footboard do You Prefer?
Perhaps you're looking for something majestic and curving, that you can gracefully drape a throw blanket over.
Maybe you love the look of a footboard at the end of the bed, but you want the mattress to rise above the top of the footboard. We call this a "Mini-Foot" version.
Perhaps a minimal design in a footboard that simply compliments your headboard is more your style. We refer to this as an "Open-Footboard."
The Artisan Workmanship that Makes Your Bed an Heirloom
A modern blend of metal alloys is poured into molds created from actual antique designs. It's like making a better version of an antique metal bed.
You get the authenticity of a design that's truly from the 1800s, the 20th century, or whatever era that yields the aesthetic you're seeking. All while getting the modern lasting qualities of forged steel.
Unlike mass produced imitations, Heirloom Iron Beds are a true reproduction of a vintage bed worth investing in.
With many finish choices the beds can be made to look like the original, or also complement a transitional or contemporary design scheme.
These metal beds are made by master craftsmen and women. Their hands-on workmanship, and attention to detail are at the heart of each bed. Nothing is ever automated by a machine.
Each bed done one at a time, a true work of art.
Back several hundreds of years ago, screws and little nuts and bolts and other pieces weren't part of iron or brass beds frames. The pieces simply fit together, like two pieces of a puzzle.
This interlocking system is called a dove-tail joint. All you need to put these beds together is a hammer. Tap the pieces of the rail system into place to put the bed frame together, and tap the pieces to take it apart.