What kind of Mellow Queen Bed Frame do you need?
Metal Queen modernista Classic had 10" Platform bed frame with classic wooden slats mattress foundation no box Spring needed Super Sturdy and durable Heavy duty Steel construction with noise-free design Includes non-slip tape on the wooden slat for stable mattress support during the night Easy to assemble in minutes. Product is covered under 5-year Product Dimension: L 80 inches x w 59.5 inches x H 10 inches
What is the advantage of this Mellow Queen Bed Frame?
M E L L O W's answer to all you modernistas looking for a platform bed that's modern in looks and super sturdy in structure.
Modernista Classic Heavy Duty platform beds provide durable and stable mattress support while perfecting the simple modern look of your bedroom.
Modernista Classic HD platform beds are constructed with 100 premium heavy duty steel to stand the test of time and engineered to be noise-free.
*Mill Test Certificate No. KG189031 tested granted in accordance with requirement by GreenTech 2018
Classic wooden slats are designed for easy installation and come with Non-Slip Tapes for stable mattress support. Make sure to only peel off the top vinyl strip and not the whole tape
Crafted of sturdy steel in a black finish, Modernista Classic HD bed frame adds a touch of modern to your bedroom without being loud or overpowering.
Modernista Classic HD 10″ Metal Platform Bed with wooden slats is a complete support system for mattress of all types: memory foam, latex, or spring mattresses. It is designed to replace the need for the traditional box spring. Frame body is constructed with 100 Heavy Duty Steel to provide maximum support and durability for long-lasting use. Clean design adds style to complete the modern look of your bedroom. Another feature is the 12 inches of under-bed storage to keep those needed items conveniently stored away.
Customer reviewsFrame: good - Slats: not so much
I'd love to give this unit 5 stars - but alas, I can't. First of all - it could very well be that I'm the only person on earth who had this problem, but I figured I'd pass it along anyway. First - the good news. The frame is well built, the holes line up, the threads weren't stripped, all the hardware was included and the instructions are positively idiot proof - a real plus for me. Now, the not so good news. While the concept of the wood slats is clever - velcro and straps holding them evenly spaced and in place - the wood is simply too thin/fragile. They feel like I could break them over my knee like balsa. It's not a support issue I'm 6'1", 215 - so that wasn't a problem plus, there's a metal spine running the length of the frame, so the slats don't sag - but they do "give," and that created the problem. Squeaking. Squeaking like 40 year old box springs. If it was back in my college days with my girlfriend, I might have been amused. But it isn't. And I'm not. I tried desperately to zero in on the culprit - hitting every surface with WD-40, switching the slats around - to no avail. Out of desperation, I removed the slats, cut some full plywood panels to fit in the support rails - and voila ... problem solved. No - it isn't too firm now. And it doesn't squeak. So - take my review with however many grains of salt you see fit - but the frame gets 5 stars and the slats get zero stars and a one way ticket to the fireplace.