|Brand||Kings Brand Furniture||Kings Brand Furniture||Zinus||Rest Rite|
|Name||Mattress Foundation Queen Metal Platform Bed Frame||Mattress Foundation King Metal Platform Bed Frame||Cynthia 14 inch My Euro Smart Base/Wooden Slats Mattress Foundation, King||Harrison King Metal Platform Bed|
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|Furniture Product Type||Platform Bed||Platform Bed||Bed Frame||Bed Frame|
|Furniture Features||Slats Included||Slats Included||No Additional Features||Slats Included|
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The frame is very well built, very sturdy, and supports our mattress, which is also 10 inches thick. The instructions that came with our bed said it would be fine for any type of mattress. We are very happy with the frame. And it takes up no extra room in our boy's bedroom. Also, Home Depot shipped it to us VERY quickly, one full day earlier than they estimated.
Yes, twin XL mattress can be used with this product.
Although air mattresses are very convenient, they can be difficult to put in a wood or metal bed frame because bed frames are often designed to have three or five slats as its support; therefore, these slats prevent air mattresses from being placed on top, in addition, bed frames cannot provide the support it needs. Moreover, putting an air mattress in a bed frame is really not ideal because it moves around or it slides even if some of them have bottoms that have some grip but then, this feature is not enough to stop that. So, to answer the question in the headline, yes it is possible but, it’s not going to be simple. Here are a few things that can be done if you are really determined to put your air mattress in a bed frame. Position the Bed Frame Near a Wall The simplest thing that can be done is to position the bed frame near a wall or between two walls, if available because this can decrease movement by up to 50 percent. However, most rooms, especially the big ones, are less likely to have two walls that can enclose an air mattress. Use Some Velcro Strips Another option, which will take a little bit of work, is to use some heavy duty velcro strips to stop the air mattress from moving. This can be done by putting long strips of velcro on both the air mattress and bed frame, but you need to be careful with the adhesive you will be using on the mattress. You have to make sure that it’s not going cause any damage to the mattress. Use a Plywood Placing plywood that is at least 3/4 inch thick is another solution so you could put your air mattress in a bed frame. However, before putting the plywood on the bed frame, it has to have some covering to make sure that any splinter, if it has any, will not puncture the air mattress. The plywood will also serve as the insulator because the air inside causes the mattress to lose heat. In addition, the plywood will prevent heat from the body to escape to the floor so that your body’s temperature can remain constant. This is important so that you can have a good night’s sleep, especially during cold nights. Use a Box Spring In case you don’t know, a box spring is a bed base that has a wooden frame and metal rod or springs which provide support to the mattress. So, you need to use a box spring especially when your bed frame is made of metal due to metal frames can’t support a lot of weight that is why this material will serve as the foundation of your air mattress. The box spring will also act as an insulator, especially during chilly evenings, to prevent heat from escaping. One important note though, you need cover the box spring with a non-invasive material to prevent any spring from puncturing your air mattress. In addition, the box spring you need to use should have the same size as the air mattress.
Bracket needed for headboard support