The Bed Framework gives you the steel supports so that you have everything you need when building your perfect bed. Choose a source material that fits your aesthetic knowing that the Framework is designed to last a lifetime.
• The strength and stability of your Floyd Bed Framework greatly depends on the size, thickness, weight, and type of material you select for your panel.
• Recommended thickness for each panel: 1.5"
Package 1 17.5" x 13" x 6.5" and weighs 21 lb.
Powder Coated Steel
11-gauge bent sheet steel, matte-coated for longevity.
Nylon Ratchet Straps
These squeeze everything in place and ensure your Floyd Bed Framework is not going anywhere.
Choosing Your Surface
The strength and stability of your Floyd Bed Framework greatly depends on the size, thickness, weight, and type of material you select for your panel. The simplest, most cost-effective panels can be made from plywood, however, there are plenty of other options! More info on what we do (and do not) recommend when sourcing your panels can be found in our FAQ here.
Min. Recommended Length (for each panel) 86"
Max. Recommended Width (for each panel) 30"
Recommended Thickness (for each panel) 1.5"
To achieve the required thickness, consider laminating two 0.75" thick plywood together.
The Twin Bed Framework requires 2 panels.
The Full/Queen Bed Framework requires 3 panels.
A King or California King Framework requires 4 panels.
Most flat-packed bed frames come together with 100s of parts, pegs and screws - connections that loosen and break down over time. On average they last just two moves before they’re tossed to the curb. The minimal design of The Floyd Bed Frame uses none of these parts (or tools). It was intentionally created for move-ability and a lifetime of use. That’s why we call it Furniture For Keeping.
Quality materials like powder coated steel supports give you the building blocks to bring great design in your space, that's easy to assemble and easy to move with you. Just source your own panels, and call it a night.