The Ora Bed from EQ3 Furniture. This Canadian-made bed is crafted from Solid Douglas Fir with finger-jointed details on each corner, It’s available in Double, Queen or King size, and comes finished with a subtle whitewash. The shallow construction of the Ora Bed is perfect for small-space living, and its sleek design is sure to complement any décor.
Choosing a bed doesn’t have to be daunting. Start with your lifestyle. Little kids clambering onto beds to play and cuddle means you may want a soft headboard, upholstered in fabric. Apartment living may mean that you need some storage added to a bed frame. Choose drawers in a solid wood bed frame for under bed storage or lift mechanisms for upholstered storage beds.
Thought about lifestyle, consider your style. Our Reclaimed Teak Bed is sustainable and adds modern rustic elements to a townhouse. The upholstered Winston is mid century inspired for a master suite. Find an upholstered platform bed frame for your condo or loft in Bento. Explore Ora, a low-footprint solid wood bed frame for any small studio.
Why Choose Rubin’s Furniture?
We at Rubin’s Furniture know that every room in your home is unique, which means there’s no one-size fits all when it comes to choosing that perfect piece furniture. If you want something with personality and style then Rubin’s Furniture Interior Designers are here for you! We’ll help choose the custom look of this item based on what best suits your personal tastes in décor. Rubin’s Furniture Interior Design Services are always Free. Come into Rubin’s Furniture Today.
Double. 57.5"w × 77.3"d × 35.8"h
Queen. 63.5"w × 82.3"d × 35.8"h
King. 79.5"w × 82.3"d × 35.8"h
Shallow construction is perfect for small-space living.
Finger-jointed details on each corner reveal the nature of solid Douglas fir.
Available in Double, Queen or King and finished with a subtle whitewash.
WILL IT FIT?
It is your responsibility to ensure that all the items you are purchasing will fit in the intended areas of your home. If your home has narrow doorways, staircase turns, or low ceilings, you should measure these locations to ensure proper fit.