jarrah bedroom suite


Timeless design,Beautiful jarrah furniture



Jarrah bedroom suite has been crafted with Jarrah from Western Australia. The natural color of the beautiful timber is the feature of this magnificent bed suite . The straight lines with a gentle curve design, compliment the grains and color of the timber. the modern polished chrome handle  featured on the matching two drawer bedside, five drawer tallboy and the six drawer dresser adds a modern touch and sits perfectly in the contempory  homes of today…The bed features a solid panel headboard with the curve capping detail ,the matching  foot-end  is low with the same detail .  the jarrah bed and  matching furniture exude a  a rich appeal . the warmth of the timber with modern design . The two drawer bedsides and the  six drawer dresser complete this four piece bedroom suite.  you may prefer the five drawer tallboy instead of the dresser or as well as the dresser Available in King or Queen size solid timber slatts on the bed . the bed can be suitable for an ensemble if needed .(ensemble = mattress and base set). All pieces can be purchased individually. Jarrah is the heartwood of the mature tree and  is dark-red.

the bed shop supports sustainable use of timber ..

The following information is provided from the  FIFWA forest industry federation Western Australia.             http://forestindustries.com.au/
the sustainable management of timber harvesting in Western Australia is governed by a strict and comprehensive legislative framework. It is vital to the success of the industry to adhere to these regulations in order for the forests to be managed to the highest standard.
The Forest Management Plan (FMP) is the piece of legislation that governs the management of the Forests in WA. The FMP provides the sustainable management framework over a 10 year period before being revaluated. The basis for the FMP is:
‘The basis for the approach to forest management in the plan stems from the principles of ecologically sustainable forest management. That is, the economic and social values derived from the use of the natural areas covered by the plan, should be provided through a management system that is based on consideration of its impacts on biodiversity and is precautionary in nature.’
The FMP governs all land vested by the Conservation Commission and compliance with the FMP is enforced by the Department of Parks and Wildlife and the Conservation Commission of Western Australia. The Forest Products Commission is responsible for managing the commercial operations in WA forests in a sustainable manner.
The current FMP (2014-2023) covers approximately 2.25 million hectares of native forest primarily in the South-West of WA. The native forest covered by the FMP is broadly categorised into two categories: land that is available for timber harvesting (approx 850000 hectares) and land that is protected through various national parks etc (1.4 million hectares).
The FMP enforces maximum volumes of product that can be harvested from the forest and sustainably regenerated.


Frame: Timber Jarra solid and veneers
Detail: curve timber
Slats: Pine
Rails: Timber
Finish: clear
drawer runners: extendable
Bed-head only: is not Available how ever the bed can be adjusted to suit an ensemble)


King: 1950w x 2200l x 1200h
Queen: 1650w x 2200l x 1200h
bed-sides: 650w x 420d x 578h
tall-boy: 1100w x 470d x 1198h
dresser: 1550w x 435d x 758h


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