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STRUCTURES by Malouf HIGHRISE Folding Metal Bed Frame 14 Inch High Bi-Fold Platform Bed Base and Box Spring
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- 13" of clearance for up to 39 cubic feet of storage space
- Easy set up, take down and storage in less than a minute - simply unfold and position the mattress; no tools required
- Eliminates the need for a box spring - saving money and creating storage space
- Heavy-duty wire latticework provides continuous support for traditional and foam mattresses alike
- 12-Leg support system provides up to a 2500 pound weight capacity; lifetime warranty
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From the Manufacturer
The Highrise HD bed foundation is ready to use directly out of the box. Simply unfold and position your mattress.
Sturdy Weight Support
Each leg of the steel Highrise HD frame features an extra-durable support brace. Stable and quiet, this brace ensures a solid foundation that can support up to 2,500 pounds.
With nearly 13 inches of clearance beneath the frame, this platform bed base creates up to 35 cubic feet of valuable under-bed storage space.
Replaces Your Box Spring
Engineered to create a stable and durable bed foundation, this frame provides even support for any mattress type and prevents sagging, which can improve the longevity of your mattress. This type of uniform support is ideal for fulfilling mattress warranty requirements.
Great Products Have Great Warranties
This Structures product is backed by a lifetime warranty against defects in materials or workmanship and supported by excellent customer service.
No Box Spring
The STRUCTURES HIGHRISE Folding Bed Base eliminates the need for a box spring, creating excellent support with an easier set up, more storage space, and better mobility.
More Storage Space
With 13 inches of clearance, this platform style bed base creates up to 45 cubic feet of under bed storage space. Organizing items under the bed can help clear clutter in any bedroom.
A strong foundation is essential to getting the most out of your mattress. The heavy-duty steel latticework provides continuous support for traditional and foam mattresses alike with a 2500 pound weight capacity. Foundation comes with a 5 year warranty that covers manufacturer defects.
The dimensions listed for this frame match standard mattress sizes. The actual measurements are 1 inch shorter on the top, bottom and both sides. Metal bed frames are designed to be smaller than mattresses for good reason. Having the most thick, stable outer bar of the frame under the mattress, rather than to the side of it, provides the best support. It also conceals the frame so that it doesn’t interfere with the look and fit of your bedding, and it protects your legs from bumping the frame as you walk by or make the bed.
- Twin: 39” x 75” mattress fits 37” x 73” frame
- Twin XL: 39” x 80” mattress fits 37” x 78” frame
- Full: 54” x 75” mattress fits 52” x 73” frame
- Full XL: 54” x 80” mattress fits 52” x 78” frame
- Queen: 60” x 80” mattress fits 58” x 78” frame
- King: 76” x 80” mattress fits 74” x 78” frame
- California King: 72” x 84” mattress fits 70” x 82” frame
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|Item Dimensions||60 x 80 x 14 in||7 x 11 x 4 in||39 x 75 x 15.25 in||60 x 80 x 14 in|
|Item Weight||53 lbs||—||107 lbs||45 lbs|
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Top Customer Reviews
Before ordering this, I read the negative reviews, and the only concern was the squeaking. I figured I'd take my chances, as I really wanted to both skip the box spring, and have lots of under bed storage. When we received it and set it up, everything seemed great. It was silent for the first week. Over the course of the next couple weeks, it started squeaking with every little move, and kept getting louder and louder. I was concerned that I should have listened to the negative reviews, but thought I'd attempt a solution. I used some light grease on the hinge points where the legs folded, and it went completely silent. Shocked at how well it worked, I figured it was too good to be true, and I'd have to re-grease it every few days or something. Nope! 7 months later, and it's still completely quiet. If it ever starts making noise again, it would take 1 minute to re-lube the hinges. Concerning the lubricant, don't use something like wd-40. Make sure to use a light grease that won't drip or "dry out". I'm sure most would do, but I specifically used this product because it's worked on many other items for me in the past, and it worked great:
It has been great having so much space under the bed. Plenty of space to tuck away things like laundry baskets, boxes, etc. We added a bed skirt to it, and it looks like any other standard bed with low frame and box springs.
We've paired it with this memory foam mattress also purchased through Amazon. They've both been great items.
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I would recommend this product to anybody who needs the storage, needs the heavy duty weight support, or wants to skip the box spring. It excels in all 3 areas.
I know you're out there. I know you've looked at this frame a few times and thought, "gosh, it sounds good, but we're such BIG people..." and you've clicked away and continued to suffer with whatever bed setup you currently have.
Well, you are who I want to talk to...
Between my husband and I, we're looking at 650lbs(That's my fault, in case anyone wants to poke fun at the fatties - feel free to give me whatever grief your smug self needs to if it makes you feel better). Add the weight of a king sized 10" memory foam mattress and a 4" memory foam topper, and I definitely had some concerns about just how stable and strong this frame could be in light of that. But I'm a risk taker, so I took the plunge and ordered it.
I can tell you - my fears were unfounded. I am actually shocked and surprised by how strong this frame truly is. You look at the pictures and you think, "no way that's going to hold us." You pull it out of the box the first time and think, "I shouldn't even bother unwrapping this - it can't possibly be strong enough." But you take a chance and you put it together, and you take a deep breath while a bit of fear flutters through you... and you gingerly lower yourself down onto it. You think to yourself, "ok, so far so good... but once I lay down or try to roll over... that'll be it. This is going to collapse and I'm going to be trying to call 911 from the floor where I'm trapped inside this thing."
I tell you true - your fears are as unfounded as mine were.
I don't know enough about engineering to explain how they've managed to develop such a light-weight frame that can withstand the weight we're putting on it, I simply know they've done it. I don't know what magic spell they had to weave, but it must have been a good one. It worked and it worked well.
Some additional information that is generally useful to anyone considering this purchase:
1. We also bought the Structures by Malouf HIGHRISE Headboard/Footboard Bracket Set of 2. It was a bit of a PITA to attach to our existing headboard, but it worked well once attached. One recommendation here, particularly for large people - if your headboard is not tightly flush against the wall, you're going to want to place some sort of block or padding between the headboard and the wall. I think it has to do with the height at which the bracket set attaches to the headboard, but it does not seem to hold it completely straight or as firmly as I'd like. Then again, because of our room layout and window ledge, our headboard can't be flush to the wall, so that may make a difference.
2. You'll need to make sure that the legs have LOCKED into position and, if you've got the king-size, that you have used the hard rubber/plastic "clips" to connect the two frames together. Don't skip these!
3. You're using a memory foam mattress here, ladies & gents. That means it is soft and malleable. Now look at the frame - see how it has spaces between the support bars? Ok, two points -
a) No, you will not feel those thin bars/rails through your mattress. This assumes, of course, that you have a halfway decent memory foam mattress of reasonable thickness. I would think anything thinner than 8" could be an issue.
b) Yes, edges at the top and bottom of your mattress MAY compress down a bit into the gaps between the thick outer rails of the frame and the first inner rows of the thin bars. This shouldn't be an issue while you're sleeping - but it does mean that it's going to tug your pretty 14" dust ruffle up so that it no longer touches the ground. My advice? Get a longer ruffle to compensate for this.
4. We tried three different setups with our 10" memory foam mattress & our 4" memory foam topper. First we did just the 10" - for me, that was a tiny bit too firm. I have been going through a series of 14 surgeries on my back (this, for the haters, is why I've gotten so fat), and so I am very VERY sensitive to any pressure points. I could not feel the individual rails of the frame, not even the tiniest bit - just the overall surface was a bit too firm. Then we put the 4" topper on top. WAYYYYYY too squishy! Much hilarity ensued in getting me back out of the pit of foam I'd sunk into. Hubby said, "let's put it underneath the mattress." That was our Goldilocks moment (minus the angry bears, I'm glad to say).
5. Your first night or two you may wake up with a stiff neck or back. Don't give up. Your body is adjusting to being properly supported by the correct combination of a memory foam mattress and a frame that's actually perfectly designed to optimize that mattress.
6. It is wonderful having so much clearance under the frame. You know those boxy fabric drawers that are so popular lately? They fit fantastically beneath this frame! So nice to have that extra storage for space bag totes full of extra blankets and the fabric drawers for sheet sets and whatever else you want to keep down there! I've set up 3 drawers already, each of which has one set of sheets & pillowcases. I can change the sheets, take the used ones to the laundry room IN the newly-vacated drawer, run them through the wash and fold them up right back into the drawer and then take it back to the bedroom and slide it back into place. Awesome!
I really do suggest giving this frame a try. I think you will be as pleasantly surprised as we were. We're intending to buy more of these to replace the other frames in our house, and we've discussed buying an extra set of twins (with memory foam mattresses) to store in the closet in case we need extra temporary bedding for additional guests in the future. I mean, imagine how easy it would be to find space somewhere in a closet to store enough bedding for two people in a space that is no bigger than the space your dishwasher currently occupies. Lovely!