ShaKa Studios signature white on java distressed paint finish transforms a traditional 1830 cannonball bed into beach house furniture.
We named it the 1830 cannonball bed because the posts are very similar to cannonball beds made in the 1830s.
A little cannonball bed history:
Cannonball beds first became popular during the Federal period (circa 1780 to 1830), and are easily recognizable due to their unique designs which feature ball-shaped caps or finials on the top of the bedposts. During this time, the cannonballs on the posts were said to symbolize patriotic enthusiasm after the Revolutionary War.
Cannonball Beds remain popular today due to their timeless style and flexibility. Seriously, change the color and you change the entire look of the bed from federal period to beach house furniture!
“WOW! You guys are amazing! Thanks so much!” – Jodi Maley, Long Island, Bahamas
1830 Cannonball Bed Features Shown
- Queen size bed shown measures 48H x 65W x 86L.
- Head posts are 3.25 thick and 46H
- Foot posts are 3.25 thick and 36H
- Finish is white on java distressed paint, perfect for beach house furniture.
- Optional platform insert.
- Optional stamped brass bolt covers.
- The headboard is lowered to 39 inches so the Maley’s can enjoy the view from their double-hung windows.
1830 Cannonball Bed Options
- Available in twin, full, queen (shown), king and California King sizes
- Choose from a broad selection of painted finishes, stained finishes or choose your own custom finish.
- Choose 46 inch tall or 36 inch tall foot posts.
- Add a blanket rail.
- Add stamped brass bolt covers.
- Choose from 6 headboard designs.
- Add a platform insert and eliminate the need for a box spring.
- The 1830 cannonball bed can also be made with solid cherry wood.
How do I order my 1830 cannonball bed?
To order an 1830 cannonball bed, call Kandas at 281-826-2337, or visit our website.
See images of this 1830 Cannonball Bed before it was delivered here.