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              A bed frame serves as the foundational support for your mattress. It lifts your bed off the floor, which improves airflow and protects your mattress from moisture. Not to mention, a bed frame provides stability and prevents sagging for a comfortable sleep. It can even add height for easier access in and out of beds. So, investing in a quality bed frame not only creates an inviting sleep space but also adds an elegant look to your bedroom décor.

              At Turmerry, we offer thoughtfully designed bed frames and adjustable bases that come in customizable sizes to suit every style and need. Our natural wood bed frame and adjustable bases, including the Quest 1, 2, and 2.5 models, provide a revitalizing sanctuary for your bedroom, promoting physical health. And it's all at a price that works with your budget, so you can get the bed frame you need for better sleep without breaking the bank!

              Wooden Bed Frame

              $518.00

              Quest 2.5 Adjustable Base Bed

              $1,365.00

              Quest 2.0 Adjustable Base Bed

              $840.00

              Rio 1.0 Adjustable Base Bed

              $625.00

              PAGE HIGHLIGHTS

              • Bed frames not only add height and stability to your bed but also improve airflow and protect your mattress from moisture.
              • At Turmerry, we offer thoughtfully designed natural bed frames and adjustable bases, such as the Quest 1, 2, and 2.5 options.
              • Turmerry's Natural Wood Bed Frame is crafted in the USA with southern yellow pine wood and maple and has a minimalist design.
              • Our bed frames are built to last, come with a 10-year warranty, and have a 120-day return policy for your peace of mind.
              • When choosing a bed frame, it's important to consider factors such as size, material, storage, adjustability, and overall style to ensure a comfortable fit, adequate support, and an inviting sleep space.

              Turmerry’s Wooden Bed Frame to Enhance Your Bedroom Décor

              Turmerry’s Wooden Beds Frame to Enhance Your Bedroom Decor

              Starting at $399 + Free Shipping

              Turmerry's Natural Wood Bed Frame is crafted in the USA from southern yellow pine wood and maple. With its minimalist design, this bed frame adds a touch of elegant simplicity to any bedroom. The untreated pine slats allow your mattress to breathe while providing robust support. The legs are expertly shaped from maple for a sturdy base.

              With no metal or cheap particle boards, this artisanal wood bed frame is built to last for years to come. The simple, tool-free assembly means you can easily set up this frame on your own. It works with or without a box spring. Plus, the low-profile design makes getting in and out of bed effortless. If you love the cozy, welcoming feel of natural wood, this frame will help you create a calm, peaceful place to sleep!

              • It provides good support for mattresses without the need for a box spring.

              • The water-based finishes are safe, contributing to healthier indoor air.

              • Compliant with LEED projects for low VOCs.

              • Crafted with a simple and modern design, it has no MDF wood or particle board.

              • Skilled artisans ensured both style and sustainability in its creation.

              • Made in the USA, this bed uses strong pine and maple from FSC-certified locations.

              • Following EPA TSCA Title VI and CARB standards, it's certified for quality.

              • No tools are needed, and instructions are included.

              Top Picks by Turmerry of Comfy Adjustable Beds

              Turmerry's Quest 1.0 Adjustable Bed

              Shop Quest 1.0 Adjustable Bed for clutter free short room

              Starting at $625 + Free Shipping

              The Quest 1.0 adjustable base has a slim design that easily fits into your existing bed frame. You can even add 12-inch legs to raise it. It comes with a wired remote, so you can adjust the head part to sit up comfortably. The instructions are super easy to follow. With its 1-inch slim profile, this affordable adjustable bed can make your sleep much better!

              Turmerry's Quest 2.0 Adjustable Bed

              Turmerry's Quest 2.0 Adjustable Bed

              Starting at $785 + Free Shipping

              The Quest 2.0 adjustable base lets you adjust both the head and the foot of the bed. This is awesome for reading, meditating, or working while lounging in bed. It includes a wireless remote with a preset for flattening the bed using a single touch. This adjustable 2-inch slim base can enhance your whole bedroom experience.

              Turmerry's Quest 2.5 Adjustable Bed

              Turmerry's Quest 2.5 Adjustable Beds

              Starting at $1,215 + Free Shipping

              The Quest 2.5 adjustable base is the perfect combo of luxury, convenience, and cool features. It has presets you can easily customize yourself, like a zero-gravity preset, and includes features like massage motors, underbed lights, USB ports, and voice control for a heavenly experience! It turns your bedroom into a relaxing oasis. Whether you want to start the day meditating or end it floating weightlessly, this adjustable bed frame has all that's needed to make you more comfortable.

              Choosing the Right Bed Frame - Buyer’s Guide

              In this guide, you'll learn about different bed frame types and sizes to find the perfect fit for you. Get tips on everything to consider when choosing a bed frame, including measuring your space and mattress properly for maximum comfort as well as choosing the right frame size, like twin, queen, or California king, to prevent slippage and sagging.

              What Are the Different Types of Bed Frames?

              Types of Bed Frames

              Beyond traditional bed frames, there are endless styles to explore. A selection of them is provided below -

              1. Platform bed frames

              Platform frames provide slat support without needing a box spring. Some even contain handy storage drawers.

              1. Metal bed frames

              Metal frames are strong, sturdy frames that are made out of metal. They usually have a slatted foundation with steel slats.

              1. Adjustable bed frames

              Adjustable frames allow you to elevate your head and feet for customized comfort, making it easy to lounge in bed while reading, meditating, relaxing your back, using your laptop, or watching movies.

              1. Canopy bed frames

              Canopy frames have elegant curtains hung on metal or wooden canopies overhead, and they are perfect for a romantic ambiance.

              1. Daybed frames

              Daybeds and futons transform from a couch into a bed, making them ideal for studio apartments or guest rooms.

              1. Murphy bed frames

              Murphy beds fold vertically into the wall, making them great for small spaces.

              1. Bunk bed frames

              Bunk beds are a fun and space-saving solution for kids' rooms, as they allow two beds to be stacked on top of each other.

              How Can You Choose the Right Bed Frame?

              Choosing a bed frame that suits your needs and style can make your bedroom a relaxing retreat. Consider the size, materials, storage, adjustability, and other features you want.

              Size

              Measure your mattress and bedroom to ensure a comfortable fit and adequate support.

              Material

              Choose a material that suits your lifestyle and preferences. Natural wood bed frames add warmth and a natural feeling, while metal frames are more affordable and durable. Upholstered frames combine metal and fabric for a soft, tailored look.

              Storage

              If you need extra storage, opt for a frame with built-in drawers or shelves.

              Adjustability

              For added comfort and support, consider a flexible base that raises and lowers easily.

              Style and Needs

              Select a well-built frame that matches your style and needs to create your ideal sleep sanctuary.

              What Are the Different Bed Frame Sizes?

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              Choosing the right bed frame size helps prevent sagging and slipping issues. Here is the breakdown list of bed frame sizes -

              • Twin Frame Size: 40-43 inches wide x 77-80 inches long

              • Twin XL Frame Size: 40-43 inches wide x 80-85 inches long

              • Full/Double Frame Size: 56-59 inches wide x 77-80 inches long

              • Queen Size: 62-65 inches wide x 82-85 inches long

              • Standard King/Eastern King Size Frame: 78-81 inches wide x 82-85 inches long

              • California King/Western King Size: 74-77 inches wide x 86-89 inches long

              How to Care for Your Bed Frame

              How to care bed frames

              With regular care and maintenance, a quality bed frame can last for years. Here are a few things you should follow -

              • Wooden bed frames should be dusted and polished with wood cleaner to prevent scratches.

              • Inspect metal frames for rust and address them immediately to prevent damage.

              • Tighten loose screws, knobs, and bolts when needed.

              • Check slats for cracks regularly and replace damaged ones to maintain support.

              • Use bed frame pads to prevent scuffs and indentations on soft flooring.

              Be sure to follow the manufacturer's instructions for caring for your bed frame. With proper use and regular cleaning, your quality bed frame will last for many years.

              FAQs

              Do I need a box spring with my bed frame?

              Nowadays, most new mattresses and bed frames don't need a box spring. Whether you should use one depends on a few things. People who should use a box spring are those with a traditional metal bed frame made to hold box springs. Other frames, like platform beds, don't require box springs, as their foundation is strong.

              What is the weight capacity of a bed frame?

              Frames can hold 200 to over 3,000 pounds.

              Here are some examples of weight limits by frame type:

              • Wooden slat frames can usually hold up to 350–1500 pounds or more.

              • Metal base frames can usually hold up to 500–1650 pounds or more.

              The frame needs to hold the mattress's weight plus people. Sturdier materials, like solid wood and metal, hold more weight.

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