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.
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.
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).
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