Available in walnut and birch, the ever-popular platform bed is easy to assemble and sizes up or down.

The days of swapping new bed frames in and out of ever-changing spaces are gone—in their stead, we’ve gained more functional, flexible options catering today’s conscious consumer. 

In 2015, Floyd’s co-founders Kyle Hoff and Alex O’Dell changed the game with a minimalistic, modular bed whose wood panels can be added and removed to move from twin, to queen, to king size—allowing the piece to change with its owners’ homes and needs. “About 10 million tons of furniture and furnishings ended up in landfills,” Hoff recognized, which led him to the question, “How do we provide a better solution?”

The Floyd platform bed comes in a deeply rich walnut or fair birch shade.

The Floyd Platform Bed comes in a deeply rich walnut or fair birch shade. 

Photo: Floyd

The solution—Floyd’s perennially popular Platform Bed—is easily adaptable and a breeze to build, thanks to a seamless assembly process that doesn’t require any tools or screws. The refined bed frame drew rave reviews, prompting Floyd to create a model in a darker shade of wood to meet popular demand so that the bed now comes in birch or walnut veneer panels—both “timeless and warm materials,” they note.

Setting out on an extensive search for the highest-quality and environmentally friendly materials on the market, the team landed on responsibly sourced birch and walnut veneer.

Setting out on an extensive search for the highest-quality and environmentally friendly materials on the market, the team landed on responsibly sourced birch and walnut veneer.

Photo: Floyd

The FSC-certified walnut wood is derived from responsibly managed forests, a must for a brand dedicated to eco-friendly sourcing and manufacturing practices. Its proprietary, engineered honeycomb core design makes sure that the product is lightweight (read: easy to move).

The platform bed can also come with a headboard and underbed storage.

The platform bed can also come with a headboard and underbed storage.

Photo: Floyd

See the full story on Dwell.com: Floyd’s Modular Bed Frame Offers Clean Design That’s Built to Last
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