Testing bed frames might sound like a sneaky way of getting to nap on the job, but it’s surprisingly rigorous. To find our six favorite frames, we spent weeks on research and several sweaty days unpacking boxes, tightening bolts, and, yes, collapsing into bed. All of our picks are durable, high-quality, and stylish. For more budget-friendly options, we’ve also chosen our favorite under-$ frames.
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I am a writer at Design Milk and since have been writing about home decor for a multitude of design-focused outlets, including years at Apartment Therapy, where I helped everyday people turn houses into homes. Before then, I toiled behind a desk sketching children’s toys and furniture as an industrial designer. I’ve tested and recommended everything from clothing hangers to bedside lamps, floor lamps, alarm clocks, and sofas for Wirecutter. During the writing of this guide, I pieced together a themed musical playlist (subscription required) to accompany my research.
The most color and fabric options: BenchMade Modern Skinny Fat Bed
Best for: People who like mid-century design, have strong opinions about color, and can invest in a durable, long-lasting bed.
Why it’s great: When it comes to colors, the BenchMade Modern Skinny Fat Bed offers an unparalleled selection—far more options than any other bed frame we considered. This cornucopia includes hundreds of combinations of fabrics, colors, and leg finishes to mix and match (we chose Addison Laguna with Honey-colored legs). If you’re someone who wholeheartedly embraces the label of “picky,” this is the bed frame for you. The Skinny Fat is also the only frame we tried that had a headboard and footboard, which gives it a more classic, mid-century look than other beds we found, but its tapered legs and clean lines would also work well alongside most decor styles.
The Skinny Fat was one of the easiest beds to assemble during testing (only Thuma’s The Bed was easier to put together). It ships with only eight parts, neatly wrapped inside a single box. BenchMade Modern offers free standard curbside delivery, and although there’s an option to add a $ white-glove delivery service, which includes unwrapping, assembly, and clean-up, we think you should skip it. Piecing together the frame is a simple process: Match four color-coded parts and secure them into place with a small nut wrench (included). The largest piece, the upholstered headboard, is light enough for one person to handle, though having two people makes setting it into place even easier. Then you screw in the tapered dowel legs and add four fabric-covered sheets of wood (bunkie boards), which provide support for the mattress. In all likelihood you’ll spend more time unwrapping the plastic from each part than securing these pieces into place.
The Skinny Fat Bed had more center supports than any other bed we tested. Most have one or two, but this model has four strong legs propping up the middle of the frame. Photo: Rozette Rago
The Skinny Fat Bed’s upholstery impressed us, with its strong, straight stitching and huge selection of colors and fabrics to choose from. Photo: Rozette Rago
Instead of slats to support the mattress, this bed uses wide, fabric-wrapped boards (called bunkie boards), which may provide a little extra strength. Photo: Rozette Rago
The Skinny Fat Bed is one of only two of our picks to include a lifetime warranty (the other being Thuma’s The Bed), but this frame is so durable you probably won’t need to take advantage of it. The stitching is straight and uniform, the frame is secured by heavy-gauge hardware and reinforced steel connectors, and the entire bed is supported by thick wooden legs. Most frames we considered use around 12 to 16 slats (thin boards that run horizontally across the frame) to support a mattress. BenchMade Modern uses four wide, fabric-covered support boards that provide more surface area and possibly more stability for the mattress (BenchMade says this can extend its longevity). We don’t recommend frames that use solid platforms instead of slats, because experts have told us that mattresses need air flow in order to keep mold away, but we think the 2 or 3 inches between each board provides plenty of ventilation. If you live in an area where high humidity is commonplace, we recommend that you consider a bed frame with more slats, just to be safe. Each board also has its own leg underneath. Many frames we tried had one or two legs in the center, but none provided this much support.
Altogether, the Skinny Fat’s support system looks only marginally different than those of its slatted counterparts, and once it was topped with a mattress, it felt very comfortable (though not wildly different than any other frame we tested). Whether we slept on our backs, sides, or stomachs, as single sleepers or in pairs, the Skinny Fat didn’t bother us with any annoying bumps, dips, squeaks, or creaks while we were resting or getting in and out of bed.
Flaws but not dealbreakers: If your floors are uneven—like those in our testing room—the center section of the support boards may wobble slightly before you put the mattress on top, because the boards are not secured to the frame. In such a situation, since the center legs are made of wood, you have the option of sanding them down to shorten them.
|Materials||alder hardwood frame; % polyester upholstery; brushed-nickel metal legs|
|Finishes/colors||fabric and color options, four leg finishes|
|Sizes available||twin, full, queen, king, California king|
|Warranty/returns||lifetime limited warranty; day return policy|
|Shipping||$99 curbside delivery|
A budget-friendly, neutral bed: Article Tessu
Best for: Those seeking a good-looking, neutral bed but who don’t want to spend a lot.
Why it’s great: The Tessu is a handsome frame in a pared-down style that’s designed to blend in, rather than stick out. It’s also the most budget-friendly of our picks—the sort of piece you might get to inaugurate your first home or apartment. It has a crowd-pleasing, subtle mid-century style, with tapered legs, clean lines, and a linen-blend upholstery fabric (which is available in two neutral hues). The Tessu features an unfussy design that should look good in a wide variety of bedrooms, as long as you have room for a queen- or king-size frame (it doesn’t come any smaller).
The Tessu’s subtly textured linen-blend upholstery fabric in clay taupe. Photo: Rozette Rago
The Tessu’s slats (the horizontal boards that support the mattress) are made from pine, a softer wood. This means they’re less durable than slats on pricier beds. But when we found a crack in one, Article’s customer service quickly replaced it. Photo: Rozette Rago
Although the entire process of assembling the bed, including unpacking and cleanup, took over an hour for two people to complete (more about that below), once you’re done you’ve got a comfortable bed frame that looks terrific, doesn’t creak, and is covered by a one-year warranty. The 16 pine slats—which measure ½ inch thick and, like the slats on all the beds we recommend, are no more than 3 inches apart—feel as comfortable and supportive as those on any other bed we tested. Where the Tessu does give up ground compared with our more expensive picks is in the area of toughness. Pine is a cheaper softwood, and though it’s generally considered durable, it just can’t handle the same kind of roughhousing as a bed with hardwood slats. After one too many exuberant leaps during testing, we cracked a slat. We reached out to Article’s customer service department, and they responded immediately, sending a replacement slat in a few days. (We were asked to provide a couple of photos to indicate where and possibly why damage occurred.)
Flaws but not dealbreakers: The Tessu is available only in queen or king sizes, and unpacking the frame’s three large boxes was an ordeal—it took our team of two roughly 25 minutes. Each box was packed with brittle foam sheets, the type prone to breaking into a flurry of minuscule featherweight pieces. There was also a lot of clear tape that we had to cut our way through before uncovering the Tessu’s 21 major parts. Compare this to what it was like to unpack Blu Dot’s Nook, a bed frame that also arrived in three boxes but had everything neatly packed and only seven major pieces to contend with. Once the Tessu is unpacked, assembly is straightforward, but you will become very well acquainted with the included hex wrench—this bed took a lot more hardware to piece together than many beds we tested. Long-term durability could be a concern because of the pine slats. The pricing also seems misleading, or at least confusing. A queen costs $, but in small print Article says a queen would usually retail for $1, Given that these beds are sold only on Article’s site, it seems that the listed price is really just the regular price.
|Materials||rubberwood frame; pine, steel, high-density foam, polyester fiber;|
65% polyester, 25% linen, 10% acrylic upholstery
|Finishes/colors||clay taupe, glaze gray, caspian blue, olio green, soldagio yellow|
|Sizes available||queen, king|
|Warranty/returns||one-year warranty; day returns|
|Shipping||$49 delivery to door|
A bed frame with boutique-hotel style: Blu Dot Nook
Best for: Those willing to spend a little more for boutique-hotel-style design, contemporary color options, and durability.
Why it’s great: As the Blue Dot Nook’s name suggests, its most distinguishing detail is its angled, alcove-like headboard. It may seem like merely an aesthetic choice, but each wing forms a slight partition of privacy, blocking sounds and light from both sides, making the Nook a good pick for light sleepers. It also looks pretty cool. It’s upholstered in high-quality acrylic and wool fabric and available in seven fashionable shades (we picked Edwards Tomato).
The Nook has a heavy-duty steel frame and strong plywood slats—it’s a durable, well-built bed. Photo: Rozette Rago
The wool-blend upholstery fabric comes in fewer colors than other beds offer, but we thought the several hues available were all stylish and modern. Photo: Rozette Rago
Assembling the Nook, the most expensive frame we recommend, gave us an opportunity to see what separates it from the likes of the Akron or the Thuma and other beds costing around $1, The Nook is bigger and more substantial, weighing pounds (more than 50 pounds heavier than the Akron Street Mysa). The frame is made of wood and steel (many others we tested were made from wood), and there are 14 hardwood plywood slats, each ¾ inch thick, for mattress support. They come preassembled and drop right into the frame, eliminating any chance of shifting. And because there are only seven major pieces to fit together (and the instructions are easy to follow), it took our team of two only about 40 minutes to assemble. This sturdy bed is unlikely to bend, flex, or break. The Nook offers even support across, with nary a squeak or a creak, and its heft keeps the frame from sliding around while you’re jumping into or getting out of bed.
Flaws but not dealbreakers: The Nook is the most expensive of our recommendations, and its one-year warranty seems insufficient compared with those of similarly priced beds we tried.
|Materials||solid hardwood, plywood, and steel frame; acrylic, wool, nylon blend upholstery;|
powder-coated steel legs
|Finishes/colors||seven color options|
|Sizes available||twin, full, queen, king|
|Warranty/returns||one-year warranty; returns accepted within 10 days of receipt;|
damaged or defective product replaced or refunded
|Shipping||7% of your merchandise total (about $ for standard shipping)|
Quick and easy assembly, without tools: Thuma The Bed
A customizable frame with soft, rounded edges: Casper Repose Bed Frame and Pillow Headboard
Best for: People who want a sleek, rounded design with customizable options that let you choose from either a pillow or wood headboard (or no headboard at all).
Why it’s great: Casper is known primarily for the mattresses it makes, but in recent years it has expanded into different areas of the bedroom, including various bed frames. The Repose Frame ($ for a queen) comes in natural or dark oak, with smooth rounded corners that look sleek and remove sharp edges, minimizing painful shin encounters. The slats are made of solid beechwood, and they are spaced well to allow airflow but tight enough that the frame is very supportive. Our editor tested the version with a pillow headboard, which adds $ and comes in either soft pink, light gray, or navy tweed (we got the light gray and natural oak combination). She likes that the headboard feels supportive and has a subtle V-shape angle that encourages sitting up against it and reading before bed. She also noted that the assembly instructions were very straightforward and easy to follow. It comes with an easy-to-grasp hex key with a generous wooden handle—all you need for assembling. For a bit less money you can choose a plywood and oak veneer headboard (also angled for support), or you can opt for no headboard at all if you prefer that look or want to save a little more money (you can always add a headboard later). We like that the customizable options allow some wiggle room, depending on your budget, making this bed (with no headboard) just a touch more expensive than the Article Tessu. But even with a headboard, it’s still competitively priced.
The slightly angled pillow headboard provides a comfortable backrest and encourages one to lean up against it. Photo: Casper
The solid beech slats are sturdily held in place and easy to put together. Photo: Casper
The rounded corners look sleek, and the softened edges help prevent painful shin encounters. Photo: Casper
Flaws but not dealbreakers: For delivery, Casper offers only one option, which includes set-up but costs $ It’s one of the cheapest “white glove” delivery options we’ve seen. But we don’t like that you can’t opt out of it, and we wish Casper had offered a curbside standard delivery. The plus side is that it also includes hauling away your old bed frame if you have one you need to get rid of. We declined the home setup upon arrival because we wanted to build the frame ourselves for testing purposes, which you can also do if you prefer to build it yourself, but you’ll still have to pay the full fee.
|Materials||solid oak wood frame, solid beechwood slats; % polyester pillow headboard or plywood and oak veneer wood headboard|
|Finishes/colors||natural oak or dark oak|
|Sizes available||full, queen, king|
|Warranty/returns||two-year limited furniture warranty; free returns within 30 days, Casper will organize pickup and donate bed frames, even if they’re already assembled (original packaging not required).|
|Shipping||$ in-home delivery and setup|
A supportive frame with a plush headboard: Rove Concepts Mikkel Bed
Why it’s great: The luxurious Rove Concepts Mikkel Bed is a good-looking, contemporary bed frame that was more comfortable than other beds we tried. Its plush headboard feels cozy to lean against—it’s great if you like to read in bed—and the frame’s split slat system reduces excess movement and increases support, making it a good choice for couples. The Mikkel’s Danish-style, low-profile wood frame and angled legs will look most dramatic in a bedroom with high ceilings, but it will also fit perfectly in rooms with lower ceilings where tall furniture may clutter the space. This is a bed that seems to say, “Kick back and relax.”
Unlike any other model we tried, the Mikkel is equipped with a “European flexible slat system”: two rows of bowed wooden slats attached to a metal skeleton (it looks a little like a rib cage). This support drops into the bed’s frame, causing the mattress to sit a few inches lower than most other beds we tested, which helps keep it from sliding around. The slats are thinner than the supports on other beds we tried, allowing for more flexibility. In theory, they’re intended to increase comfort when you’re using a thinner, foam mattress (although you can use the Mikkel with any type of mattress), reducing sagging in the center and providing individual support on each side of the bed. The independent responsive flexing on each side also may reduce the chances that someone feels dips and excessive movement as their partner shifts around. As one of our most expensive recommendations, the Mikkel is by no means a budget pick, but it did deliver a more supportive feel than any other bed frame we tested, and couples who share a bed (especially if you sleep with someone who constantly tosses and turns) may feel it’s worth the cost.
Piecing together the Mikkel was no problem for two people. From start to finish, it took about 45 minutes (including unpacking). Our lone complaint: a missing instruction booklet. We had to contact customer service, which sent us a link to download it. Thankfully the instructions were short and easy to follow—if you’ve ever pieced together IKEA furniture (as most people have), assembling this bed won’t be a challenge. We also appreciate that Rove Concepts not only predrilled assembly holes (which many bed manufacturers did) but also reinforced each hole with an insert fastener to protect the wood from damage (which only one other company did). These extra bits of hardware, along with four metal corner supports, give the bed’s pieces a tight fit, working together to silence any squeaks or creaks. As for care, it’s easy to detach the headboard’s pillows (which are filled with polyester) to wash them.
Flaws but not dealbreakers: Given the bed’s price, we’re slightly disappointed the wood veneer frame is made with medium-density fibreboard instead of hardwood or plywood.
|Materials||FAS-grade elm wood veneer, solid ash, MDF frame; aluminum and iron; % polyester fabric upholstery|
|Finishes/colors||walnut or elm frame; light, medium, or dark gray, cream, black, blue|
|Sizes available||full, queen, king|
|Warranty/returns||five years; returns accepted within 30 days of receipt (minus a restocking fee equal to 15% of the purchase price); damaged or defective product replaced or refunded; must be claimed within 3 days of delivery|
|Shipping||Varies by location. $ to $ standard shipping. Free pickup in the Los Angeles area.|
A solid oak bed pared down to the essentials: Akron Street Mysa Bed
Best for: Anyone who wants a low bed without a headboard that works equally well against a wall or floating in the bedroom.
Why it’s great: Supremely simple, the Akron Street Mysa is the bed frame Marie Kondo might pick. Its understated yet handsome aesthetic won’t clutter any space, and its low, 7-inch profile works especially well with tall mattresses and small bedrooms. In fact, the low profile, paired with wide-set legs, makes the Mysa look like it’s floating above the floor. And the appeal goes beyond its minimalist, Scandinavian-meets-Japanese style—this is a simple bed that’s built to last. Its frame is constructed of solid white oak (a sturdy hardwood, usually found only in pricier furniture, that’s resistant to warping) and supported by 15 acacia pine slats secured into individual slots for a stronger, more secure build. (This makes the Mysa more durable than the cheaper platform beds we cover in our guide to Platform Bed Frames Under $) The wood is finished on all four sides, so it doesn’t need to be placed up against a wall (if that doesn’t work in your space), and it has an attractive matte lacquer finish (two coats, which gives it a little more protection from scratches).
As with the assembly of a few of our other picks, the Mysa’s assembly is reminiscent of piecing together something from IKEA (but this bed’s quality is far better). All of the Mysa’s hardware comes clearly organized in a clear, vacuum-sealed pack. The main sections of the frame assemble quickly—it took our team of two less than 10 minutes—and require only the included hex wrench to securely lock together. There’s one quirk we noticed while building the Mysa: After connecting the rails, adding four corner supports, and screwing in the dowel legs, you’ll need to flip over the entire frame to attach the center beam. It’s an easy task, but you’ll probably need two people to safely handle the frame.
Topped with our test mattress, the Mysa distributed weight evenly, providing such comfortable support that I was tempted to take an afternoon nap. As someone with a small bedroom that barely fits a bed and a dresser and who is cursed/blessed with a modernist sensibility, I have long been looking for just this sort of minimalist upgrade.
Flaws but not dealbreakers: The Mysa’s slats aren’t connected to one another or to the frame. Each slat fits into an individual slot that holds it in place. Even so, we noticed some creaking while getting in and out of bed. We also noticed that a few of the softwood slats arrived slightly bent, but we assembled the bed anyway and, in the end, didn’t notice any instability.
|Materials||FSC-certified white oak frame, acacia pine slats|
|Finishes/colors||matte natural lacquer|
|Sizes available||full, queen, king|
|Warranty/returns||no set warranty; returns or exchanges accepted for any reason within 30 days of delivery|
|Shipping||Free standard shipping|
How we picked and tested
We began by researching bed frames from large home-furnishings retailers, online vendors, and several direct-to-consumer brands. We homed in on modern styles, because the aesthetic is adaptable to a wide variety of decor schemes and also because the simpler construction makes these beds easier to assemble than more complicated styles. In we researched 28 models and narrowed down our search to six bed frames. In one of our editors researched a few more bed frames and added one more pick. We looked for the following features:
- contemporary design that would work with a variety of decor styles
- a total weight capacity of at least pounds
- a price between $ and $1,
- supportive slats, spaced roughly 3 inches apart
- all necessary tools included
We tested a range of frames and found that, regardless of a model’s design, materials, and weight, we needed at least 3 feet on all sides to work with—setting a frame too close to walls or other furniture is just asking for trouble. In assembling the beds, we looked for models that:
- two people can easily assemble, disassemble, and move
- have a sturdy frame, ideally made with hardwood or steel-reinforced supports
- ship in boxes that two people can handle comfortably while going up stairs and through narrow halls and doorways
- include easy-to-follow instructions
- have a good return policy and warranty (hassle-free, no-fee returns and warranties lasting beyond a standard or day policy)
A bed frame needs to safely support the combined weight of a mattress and one or two sleepers over and over again, and that’s why mattress makers often cite a conservative “no more than 3 inches apart” rule for the slats on platform bed frames. The specification is recommended by the likes of Leesa, Casper, and Purple to ensure there’s sufficient support for a mattress to be laid across a slatted frame without a traditional box spring. By not following these specifications, you can void the warranty. According to Jeff Chapin, head of product design and co-founder of Casper, the 3-inch spec isn’t a hard-and-fast rule, since the dimensions of the slats—particularly their thickness—matter more to the overall stiffness of the base and support for the mattress. But asking customers to seek slats with a specific thickness-to-spacing is too great of an expectation, so Chapin notes that the 3-inch guideline operates as a fairly dependable rule of thumb. You also want slats, rather than a solid platform, because they permit airflow, keeping moisture and mold away. You can also buy a bunkie board (which drops into the frame to add support), if you have a bed frame you like but the slats are bent, broken, too thin, or spaced farther than 3 inches apart.
The Floyd Platform Bed is an affordable modular design that doesn’t require tools for assembly, has an optional headboard and underbed storage, and comes with a year warranty. But the large wood panels that support the mattress offer only a minimal amount of airflow from underneath, possibly inviting mold and mildew.
The Tuft & Needle Wood Frame is a great-looking option. It’s built with sturdy oak or walnut hardwood, yet somehow is still priced at just under $ for a queen size. It also ships free with a night trial and is covered by a year warranty. But it was out of stock during our initial testing. If you find it available, we’d guess it’s a more than decent option.
Like the Thuma and the Floyd, the Slash/Bed caught our eye because it doesn’t require tools to assemble, and it’s constructed from sustainably forested wood. But when we reviewed assembly videos, the process looked more complicated and less secure than the Thuma’s Japanese joinery design, so we chose to test that one instead. As of June , we can’t find this brand or bed anywhere, and the website seems to be out of operation.
With its easy-to-build design made from solid African mahogany, Modernica’s Case Study Furniture Aspen Bed (now discontinued) at first glance seemed like it would be among our contenders. Then we noticed the insufficient amount of slats (only eight!) and the extraordinary distance between each one.
Jeff Chapin, head of product design and co-founder, Casper, phone interviews
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This platform bed is mindfully manufactured with sustainable mango wood and solid teak reclaimed from homes no longer in use in India. The striking teak has natural knows, splits, and markings and lends an earthen feel to any room.
Return Window: 90 days
Warranty: Not available
Star Rating: out of 5 stars
Customer Review: "Absolutely love this bed. I purchased it about seven months ago and have been so happy with it. It's the type of piece that you can feel good about investing in due to its quality, durability, and a timeless and versatile aesthetic. In my California modern home it's a simple piece that speaks for itself, and looks great with my beige linen duvet. But in a few years when I'm ready for a refresh, this bed will easily translate well into a new design story. Amazing product, great customer support. Delivery and set up was amazing! It's worth the price, and is something that will last a lifetime!"—Gabraelle, reviewer onCB2
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