Replace your current bed frame and box spring with a more affordable option. The Classic Dream Steel Box Spring Replacement Metal Platform Bed Frame, Full is a less expensive option when it comes to giving your mattress something durable to lay on. Whether you have a headboard in need for a frame or are keeping your room casual and simple, the box spring frame is a suitable answer that won’t break the bank. Made from anodized steel, the metal frame is weighted to hold up to 2,500 lbs. The black coat gives it a modern appearance that will match most decor so you don’t have to worry about hiding it from view.
What Are the Benefits Over a Classic Box Spring?
When you rely on a box spring, you have to deal with potential wear and tear. The metal bed frame is built to last and won’t undergo the tearing and material breakdown that box springs do. This frame is also allergen-free and dust mite-free for a cleaner and more pleasing sleeping environment.
How Do I Assemble the Classic Dream Steel Box Spring Replacement Metal Platform Bed Frame, Full?
The metal bed frame requires minor assembly. All you will need is a Phillips head screwdriver, a small wrench and a second set of hands for safety. The bed frame includes all instructions and hardware for an easy assembly that will have you enjoying your new bed frame in no time. Simply screw in braces and legs per the included instructions and clamp the two frames together with the included hardware.
Pair With Your Favorite Headboard and Footboard
The box spring bed frame can stand on its own but is also compatible with most headboards and footboards. To attach to your existing boards, you will need to purchase optional brackets. The brackets attach to the front and rear legs of the metal frame and to the bottom of the headboard or footboard.
Caring for Your Classic Dream Steel Box Spring Replacement Metal Platform Bed Frame, Full
The metal frame is easy to clean with a soft cloth and warm water. Wipe down the surface with a dry cloth to remove dust. For heavier dirt, add warm water and wipe down. When moving, it’s best to break down the metal bed frame and move in pieces to prevent damage while in transit.