Soho Contemporary Platform Bed Frame - Double - Grey
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- Double (Full)-size bed frame is part of the Soho collection
- Bentwood slat construction eliminates the need for a box spring and promotes ideal weight distribution for improved comfort
- Contemporary grey textile cover offers a neutral style to match most bedroom décor types
- Brushed polyester surface gives the bed frame an appealing textured look
- Open air design promotes continuous air movement to allow for a natural cooling effect to prevent overheating
- Assembly required
- Dimensions: Width: 204.47cm (80.50"); height: 30.48cm (11.97"); depth: 149.86cm (58.98")
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- Almost five stars, still pretty good- December 14, 2019
I was so pleasantly surprised with this bed frame. I bought it on sale, and saw no review so I was a bit weary. Honestly it feels super sturdy, and looks exactly like the picture. I'm a big person, and I originally had a matress/boxspring setup and well, one day I flopped down onto the bed a little too hard and snapped one of the support beams. I decided to go with a bed frame to replace it instead of another box spring. I wanted something low profile, with a bentwood slat system for more breathability as I sleep pretty hot. This ticked all the boxes so i ordered it. First pleasant surprise was that it came a full week ahead of schedule. It also had all the pieces and everything was packaged very well with no damage. The only reason I'm giving 4 stars instead of 5 is the lack of instructions, there was only a 1 page diagram. Now, let me tell you, I started building it and putting the frame pieces together was actually not hard at all, I barely even looked at the diagram, so that was all good. When it came time to put the slats on however, that's where some instructions would have been nice. So first off, the plastic caps the go on the end of the slats,and clip them into the actual frame are super flimsy. It's really easy to break the clips off, which I did break one, and you dont get extra. Also there's a very specific order that the clips have to go in. If anyone is reading this as the build, insert the side clips on both sides first, then put the inner end of each slat into the middle clip. You will have to tent the slats upwards to do this, and then when both slats are in the middle clip, you push down the middle clip and clip it into the middle support beam. That is the method that will require the least amount of forcing, trust me, I tried all the ways. Anyways inserting the slats took me a good hour, but hopefully I've saved someone else the trouble. Getting past the building fase though, the bed is very sturdy. I dont feel any bending or flexing even when I flop down onto it. I would still recommend this bed frame, especially if your like me and have pretty limited space.
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