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Star Wars X-wing™ Black 3 Pc Left Twin Bookcase Bed

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    • The X-wing™ twin bookcase bed can handle anything the Empire throws at you! Printed stars on the bed's side frame and headboard gives you the feeling that you're speeding through hyperspace, while the details of the vessel are modeled after the classic T-65 X-wing™. You'll find a carved thrust engine and laser cannon, painted laser tip and torpedo launcher, and even your very own painted R2-D2™ astromech droid. The headboard has one compartment with a divider, perfect for display or storing books. Add a trundle (not included) to maximize space beneath the bed.

    • Mattress and foundation (if required) sold separately.
    • Bunkie required for mattress support.

  • Dimensions
    • 3 Pc Twin Bed
      89.25"L x 40.75"W x 44.75"H

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What's a Bunkie Board?

What is a bunkie board?

A bunkie board is the foundation for a bunk bed or a captain's bed mattress. It serves the same function as a boxspring on a standard bed. It is a platform that fits within the bed frame to support the mattress. Most bunk beds and captain's beds require bunkie boards to support the mattress.

If the bunkie board is required for the bed then why is it an optional purchase?

The bunkie board is optional because some customers may already own one from a previous bed. It is not necessary to purchase a new bunkie board with every new bed.

What about sleigh beds, poster beds or other bed styles?

These bed styles do not generally require the use of a bunkie board. If you are planning to add a trundle bed or under the bed storage drawers, you will need a bunkie board instead of a boxspring.

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