Modern luxury is an essential part of the glamping experience, which is why you want your furnishings to feel upscale, comfortable, and unforgettable. PlainsCraft furniture offers optional design services for all of our clients. Handled exclusively by Dennis’ wife, Donna, a long-time interior designer and owner of M. Street Interiors home décor store, you can trust that the quality and aesthetics will be every bit as distinct as a PlainsCraft wagon itself.
PlainsCraft Covered Wagons furniture is custom-made by furniture builders we know and trust. We’ve hand-selected these craftsmen to ensure the highest quality products go into our wagons. In fact, when possible, we build our furniture using reclaimed Kansas wood, which hits on the eco-friendly side of glamping, too.
What’s more, we’ve built PlainsCraft furniture to be beautiful, yet durable. And it’s all designed to fit the aesthetic and footprint of our wagons. It’s a service we’re proud to offer to our customers.
A PlainsCraft Hotel King bed is 90″ long x 78″ wide x 44.25″ high.
The inside of frame dimensions are 72” x 84”. Mattress is not included.
A PlainsCraft Queen bed is 83.25″ long x 65.50″ wide x 44.25″ high.
The inside of frame dimensions are 60” x 80.75”.Mmattress is not included.
A PlainsCraft cot bunk bed is 77″ long x 37″ wide x 53″ high.
The cot twin bunk inside dimensions are 39.75” x 75.75”. Mattresses are not included.
PlainsCraft night stands are 15″ long, 18.50″ wide, and 28″ high.
The PlainsCraft long buffet table is 49.50” wide x 17.75” deep x 40.75” high.
The long buffet table fits a standard microwave and mini fridge.
The PlainsCraft tall buffet table is 22.50” wide x 17.50” deep x 52.875” high.
The tall buffet table fits a standard microwave and mini fridge.
The PlainsCraft wagon wheel table is 32” wide x 29″ high.
The table includes chairs and a glass top for protection.