Rocky Mountain queen bed
Rocky Mountain rustic Bed

Rustic Mountain Bed

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Our Old-Style Rocky Mountain Bed, meticulously crafted from wormy maple or pine for a timeless appeal. With its distressed wood finish and metal accents, this bed exudes rustic charm and vintage character. Each detail is carefully crafted to evoke the nostalgia of bygone eras, adding warmth and personality to any bedroom. Whether you're furnishing a cozy cabin retreat or a farmhouse-inspired bedroom, this bed offers both style and durability. 

Meticulously crafted in the heart of Ontario, this stunning Rocky Mountain Bed is a true work of art.


Please allow 6 to 8 weeks for your bed to be handcrafted


- 22" footboard
- Smooth or Millsawn (Ruff Sawn) texture
- Wood slats with center supports (for box spring/mattress combination)
- Option to purchase extra strength Slats (no boxspring required)

Available Sizes:

Single Bed:
Width: 42" | Length: 81" | Height: 56"

Double Bed:
Width: 57" | Length: 81" | Height: 56"

Queen Bed:
Width: 64" | Length: 87" | Height: 56"

King Bed:
Width: 80" | Length: 87" | Height: 56"

Available type of wood:

Wormy Maple - A type of hardwood that is characterised by wormholes and colour variations/mineral streaks that are caused by the Ambrosia beetle. This wood is highly sought after for its unique rustic appearance and strength. There are no two boards alike in this beautiful and popular wood. In general a light brown colour with wavy grain patterns.

Pine - A commonly used softer wood for furniture. It is a very light yellowish colour with a general uniform colour and texture. It usually has many knots with a small grain pattern.

Wood Textures:

Smooth - Wood is sanded smooth to show natural grain and texture.

Millsawn - This is our most rustic texture that creates a rugged natural look and feel. It is a rough lumber that comes from the handplaning and sanding from the mill. This is not a flat surface and can be uneven.