Our popular Stratton Bed with Baskets has a compact profile and generous storage options, making it ideal for small spaces. Expertly crafted solid hardwood platform bed, designed with under-the-bed storage compartments. Shown here with our Montgomery Upholstered Headboard, white finishes are complimentary (sold separately). Stratton Bed Brackets (set of 2 sold separately) are needed only if you are attaching a headboard to a Stratton bed. Attaches to any of our queen or king-sized headboards using our Stratton headboard brackets; headboard and brackets sold separately. To keep the mattress firmly in place, top the bed’s platform with our Standard Rug Pad (sold separately) before placing your mattress on top.
We cannot accept returns on monogrammed, personalized, made to order items, or on items damaged through normal wear and tear. For returns of items purchased from your Pottery Barn registry, we will gladly provide a refund or exchange for the merchandise within 90 days of your event or within 90 days of purchase, whichever date is later. Buy now, and we will quick ship any in stock items to you in 2-4 weeks or customize a made to order piece to be delivered in generally 8-10 weeks.
Storage Bed thickly padded and fully upholstered on three sides including the fronts of the four storage drawers. Four deep storage drawers (two on each side) with dovetail construction open on metal drawer glides.
With its generous drawers, this bed is a smart solution for keeping your sleep space stylish and organized.
Storage bed features four under-bed drawers (two on each side) that operate on smooth wooden glides.
Frame is kiln-dried solid manayo wood, an Indonesian hardwood, which is Mahogany stained and lacquer sealed. Designed to get the most out of your space and your budget, our Stratton Daybed’s compact profile houses six included rattan baskets for under-the-bed storage. Finished by hand on all sides using an exclusive technique that results in exceptional depth of color. Side, back and bottom panels are hardwood veneer over MDF, an engineered wood that lends exceptional strength and ensures the bed’s structural integrity over time. Featuring finger openings on opposite ends to serve as handles, the woven rattan baskets are finished with clear lacquer. In their latest mega-giveaway, HGTV has teamed up with The Residences at W New York -- Downtown to offer every city-lover's dream come true: A custom-designed downtown apartment with a view!
Straight ahead is the kitchen, where Yip strives to capture the diversity of New York City with pieces that vary in style and contrast, but work together in a functional way. The kitchen opens to the lovely, bright living room, which has fantastic views of New Jersey, the Hudson river and Lady Liberty herself. The bedroom brings in architectural elements from the urban jungle, especially in the wall behind the bed, which is meant to look like the ice block, limestone foundation of many New York buildings.
If only the Oval Office's decor could take a cue from the First Lady's vibrant fashion sense. Like an episode of a renegade home makeover show, President Obama's executive lair received a design-team ambush during his recent Martha's Vineyard vacation. In his MSNBC interview, press secretary Robert Gibbs described resident White House designer Michael Smith's primarily neutral-toned renovations as "very modest." The America flag (not seen above) adds a vibrant pop of color to the space while keeping a patriotic focus.
In the all-American spirit of keeping things fresh, fashion-forward and fun, we'd like to offer a few humble decorating suggestions inspired by Michelle's amazing wardrobe. The dress Michelle Obama wore for her arrival at the Louis Armstrong Airport in New Orleans, LA featured one of her signature styles: floral in smart, inspired colors detailed with just a touch of ombre. This dress adds a little romance to Michelle's typically graphic florals -- evoking a vibrant but water-washed bouquet. Eye-Grabbing GraphicAs bold and exciting as the First Lady herself, this one-shouldered Jean-Paul Gaultier stunner blends a no-nonsense print with a strong feminine shoulder detail.
The key to living with your collectibles isn't knowing what to add -- it's knowing when to subtract.
Can you shop at your favorite flea markets and antique shops on a regular basis and not end up living in a garage sale gone bad? Left: A grouping of Michelle's favorite ironstone plates and silverware are hung together for simple visual interest. When decorating your home, groupings of objects related by shape, color or even theme make a statement.
A functional vintage free-standing unit (left) and glass containers (right) add a bit of character without trying too hard.
Another tip to remember is that your home lives around you, you don't live around your home. Use an old bookcase as a shabby chic display unit (above), or pack vintage glass containers with silverware (above). Giving a ubiquitous item, like a basket, a role in your home prevents it from being forgotten and relegated to the basement.


When used to make a wedding table chandelier (left) or as part of a home display (right), the result is always dramatic and polished.
Blame it on my Southern roots, but when I get my hands on a Mason jar, I have a hard time letting go. Throughout their history, these jars have been used for everything from pickle canning to homespun mousetraps to grenade warfare, but here are a few unique ways to apply the old world ingenuity of Mason jars to stylish modern living.
Few things feel turn-of-the-century chic like using generation-old materials to create modern lighting solutions. Drill a hole in a Mason jar lid and secure a reusable soap pump to make an enviable, refillable soap dispenser for under $3. Whether mounted on a wall or placed on a shelf, Mason jars can add uniformity and structure to any mound of clutter. Used as single-stem vases or centerpieces, Mason jars can make the most basic candle or bunch of flowers look tabletop-ready.
The Oval Office gets the Michael Smith treatment, and Vera Wang wants to give your bed a makeover. A number of New York companies put their touch on the redesign of the White House's Oval Office -- and so did we! If you haven't already, enter our contest to win a free color consultation from Martha Stewart's right-hand man Kevin Sharkey: 5pm today is the deadline!
Univision Network's star talk-show host Christina Saralegui is teaming up with Sears Holdings on a new line of bedding and bath textiles that will be found in Sears and Kmart stores.
Bloomingdale's is celebrating its 20 year relationship with star designer Vera Wang by offering an exclusive decorative bedding line from Revman. Consumer confidence may be down, but spending on your home was actually up, which we at ShelterPop always think is a good thing! Superstar Iman hopes her new home line is a runway success with a debut during New York Fashion Week. Did you know Kravet has created tablecloth fabric for the First Lady's luncheon since 2001?
Proof that brilliant inspiration can be found just about anywhere: Look at these picks inspired by Notting Hill carnival drummers! Design Star winner and Secrets of a Stylist star Emily Henderson takes you behind the scenes of the show's first episode! Add this to the list of things that sound crazy but look awesome: A faux-fur message board.
Too much light can break down fabrics, wake you up in the morning and drive you a little bit crazy. Silhouette window shadings, shown here in the Bon Air fabric, softly filter out the light so you can sleep through the night. Natural light is both beautiful and healthful (hello, vitamin D!), but sometimes we just want less of it.
Finding the right treatments can definitely be a challenge, especially with the availability of so many options.
April 10, 2012 By Beckie Rachelle from Adventures in Creating recently completed a big boy bed for her son following plans from Ana White. I’m loving this sunny weather, I went for a great swim this morning ?? I plan on taking full advantage of the sun this summer! This is one of those times you get what you pay for and I would rather have a quality piece that I don't have to replace in a few months. Headboard and footboard panels and drawer fronts are mahogany veneer over solid mahogany lumber core. Drawers have metal glides and stops that prevent drawers from being pulled out past the drawer glides. We will provide a merchandise refund for wood swatches if they’re returned within 30 days. We also cannot accept returns of final-sale items which are identified by a price which ends in .99. Our headboard is detailed with deep button tufts and brass nailheads and the base features four upholstered drawers. Rustically beautiful knots, burls, whorls and dings add to the inherent beauty of this piece.
Vern Yip, who we all love and know from the network, considered the contest's title -- "Urban Oasis" -- and theme of contrasts as his main inspiration.
Start in the foyer: Marble lions from the 1860s mimic the grand beasts that guard the New York Public Library and work wonderfully by a more obscure photograph of the library's famous reading room by German photographer Reinhard Gorner.
The two 1910 keystone pediments that flank the bed are from a demolished Harlem brownstone and sit on pedestals that act as end tables and storage. The newly revamped Oval Office boasts several American-made features, including a customized wool rug from Grand Rapids, Mich., fresh custom-mixed Benjamin Moore paint, comfy new and reupholstered woven furniture and striped wallpaper handmade in Amagansett, NY.
Yet it's hard not to wonder what a dose of Michelle's signature fashion sense could do for the Oval Office.
While we doubt President Obama would select whimsical floral decor on his own, we like to think these suggestions reflect what could be if we had the opportunity to make over the Oval Office -- ShelterPop-style.


An Oval Office makeover based on this look might mix fresh flowered patterns in clever hues with a matching sunset finish.
An Oval Office makeover inspired by this look might utilize cool shades and whimsical details to create a sensitive but strong look. It's easy, according to Michelle Long of Bohemiennes, an Etsy shop offering "vintage style for modern living." Long, who collects and sells antique and vintage home accessories and clothing, has been living with her found treasures for years by using a simple system.
Right: The living room has a vintage woven trunk functioning as a coffee table and storage space.
Their late-Victorian charm has inspired generations of firefly hunts, homemade lemonade and straight-from-the source canning. Pottery Barn's Exeter Pendant keeps the look classic while Anthropologie and Design*Sponge play with Mason jar lighting display on levels big and small. Kmart offers 12 authentic Ball Mason jars for under $12, as do most hardware stores and container depots. It looks like you'll be missing out because she has major ambitions for her own prime-time talk show. Home Depot selects a supplier for the cabinets in its Martha Stewart Living kitchens line.Hooray for Bollywood as a star couple promotes their home brand.
Aside from abruptly waking us (or a sleeping infant) from sweet Saturday morning slumber, too much light streaming in from the windows can also cause distracting glares on computer monitors or worse, faded fabric on our favorite sofa. It's important to educate yourself about not only what's out there but also what your needs are.
It was made of very flimsy materials and not nearly as sturdy as Pottery Barns Stratton Bed promised to be which is probably why they can sell it for $499. For a deep, calming sleep, this set includes the Westin Heavenly Mattress, featuring a pillow-top design and six layers of comfort. The new lucite console table holds jars of candy and paperweights from NYC artist Laura Graham. Beyond visual appeal, could her vibrant style add a jolt of energy to this ultra-reserved power room? Inspired by this look, Michelle Obama's Oval Office makeover might mix bold prints with clever graphics and just a flash of earthy textures.Well, what do you think?
She invited us into her home, which is a lesson in flea market finds gone fabulous, and offered the following tips. Displaying in groups helps keep your house from looking itty-bitty." In other words, it's okay to collect random items, as long as you have an end purpose for them.
It's a gathering spot where everyone who comes to our house -- dogs included -- seems to gravitate towards, especially when the big French casement windows are wide open so the breeze comes in." Check out Michelle's antique and flea market finds at her Etsy shop. John Mason designed the revolutionary shoulder-seal jar with a screw cap in 1858, but his patent on the design expired twenty years later, opening the market to competition.
For a new approach, update the look with more energy efficient CFLs and enhance lighting effects by using aqua, amber or other colored jar options. A Mason jar is the perfect vessel for creating one; it gives those throwback trinkets a space to shine. You might consider scouring vintage booths and antique bins to rediscover firsthand both the jars' timeless aesthetics and that childlike feeling of capturing something really, really great in your two hands. It doesn’t take up any extra space in the room and adds to the decor when paired with some cute little baskets. Upon receipt, please inspect your purchase and notify us of any damage; we will arrange for a prompt replacement. The colorful Andrew Moore photograph of the Staten Island Ferry gives us a quiet moment of solitude, unique in a big city like New York. The Haus Interior lamps add a another grey texture to the room, along with the incredible black and white Matthew Pillsbury photograph of the Museum of Natural History's famous dioramas, taken with a long lens exposure. But be realistic about the amount of time or money you want to put into whatever it is you're buying. It's also so much easier to clean white fabric." When she has to clean her white fabrics, she uses Oxi-Clean and then lays the fabric on the grass. You can also DIY your own lighting with this neat tea light chandelier or these quick and easy garden lights. Rachelle says this is her first real woodworking project, and I gotta say I am waaay impressed! The unusual gryphon sculpture is actually an old iron flag base from the 20th century, found at Demolition Depot.
You are usually better off buying a restored piece or one with imperfections that you can live with -- or even love.
Old things may require a little special care and handling but that shouldn't stop you from enjoying them.




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