Does the main platform come in one piece or two?
Studio Queen Faux Leather Bed
Update your bedroom with this queen-sized faux-leather bed. This bed features faux-leather upholstery and foam fill. This platform bed is further complemented by an espresso finish, and the sturdy wooden slats prevent the need for a box spring.
ITEM#: 13642201This elegant platform bed features a brown faux leather upholstery and three mental center legs. It's bent wood slats eliminates the need for box spring.
- Materials: Faux leather, MDF
- Finish: Espresso
- Upholstery materials: Faux leather
- Upholstery color: Brown
- Upholstery fill: Foam
- Bent wood slat system
- Dimensions: 9.85 inches high x 65.75 inches wide x 85.75 inches long
Assembly required. This product ships in two (2) boxes.
Mattress, box springs and bedding (comforter, sheets, pillows, etc.) are NOT included.
|Bed Style||Platform Bed|
|Furniture Frame Material||Wood|
- Disclosures & Guidelines
- Filter By:
- Most Helpful
- Most Recent
I am very pleased with this platform frame. It is just what it said it would be. My boyfriend and I put it together with no problems. The only 1 bad note is it was missing just 1 plastic piece that goes to the slates. We put that slate at the bottom and have had no problems at all. I am very Pleased and supper Happy to have my new bed.Read More
The support of this platform frame is excellent. Its light weight and easy to move. The most time consuming part was putting the wood slats into the middle, but other than that a rather quick assenblyRead More
Simple, clean look and affordable. Such a good buy for a guess bedroom.Read More
This was my first time shopping on Overstock and I made a fairly substantial purchase that included a number of items (including this one). I have never been more disappointed with an online purchase. 2 out of 3 of the items I purchased were MISSING ONE OR MULTIPLE PARTS. Equally inexcusably, the INSTRUCTIONS WERE MISSING to this bedstand (in addition to a number of missing parts -- which I can only assume were missing without having directions). Finally, the leather on the bedstand came with a substantial scratch in it! No discount is worth the hassle I will have to go through to get a replacement. I will never order from Overstock again and suggest you don't either!Read More
This bed frame was also a little difficult to put together because the design is not up to par. Some of the holes did not line up very well, and some pieces had to be forcefully pushed into their appropriate places.Read More
I like the bed frame I bought, but I realised while I was fixing the bed that a clip needed for the center piece was missing.Read More
The takes a little time to set up, not hard just Is a job for 1 person and take a little time. The product seems to be durable and we have Queen mattress and a Memory foam top and 2 kids who like to jump up and down alot. We like It.Read More
Questions & Answers
This product will be shipped in two boxes.
How to Fit Queen Beds in Small Spaces
Ideal for guest rooms or additional bedrooms, queen beds measure 60 inches wide and 80 inches long. For a couple, a queen bed provides about 30 inches of space per person. Larger and more comfortable than double or full beds, queen beds occupy less space than king beds. This makes them a great choice for bedrooms with space limitations. Knowing how to select queen beds and fit them in small spaces enables you to maximize their potential and your available floor space. Look below to learn how to fit queen beds in small spaces.
How to Care for and Maintain Bed Frames
Few pieces of furniture are as important in your home as your bed frames. The bed frames you choose will be the centerpiece of each bedroom in your home. Chances are you have a variety of bed frames in your home, whether you have kids beds, a queen bed frame, king bed frame, full-size bed, twin bed frame, storage bed, loft bed or a few canopy beds. Although there are many different kinds of bed frames, from wood to metal bed frames, none are immune to regular wear and tear over the years. When you buy a bed frame, you probably want it to last a while. Proper maintenance and care of your bed frames will ensure they last for years to come. Here are some tips on how to help extend the shelf life of your bed frames.
FAQs about Queen Bed Dimensions
A queen bed suggests the feel of opulence and splendor in its very name. Developed as a roomy alternative to a standard full-size bed, queen beds provide more space for couples to sleep in comfort throughout the night. A queen bed is also a great option for singles over twin- or full-size beds because they provide a larger sleeping area that some people may need to get a sound, restful night's sleep. Look below to find answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about queen bed dimensions.
Best Bed Frames for a Master Bedroom
When furnishing the master bedroom, don't cut any corners on your bed frame. After all, you'll probably have the same bed frame in your master bedroom for years to come. Instead of making do with any old bed offered by discount furniture stores, choose one that you'll be happy to have in your master bedroom for years to come. But more than just choosing between a queen bed frame, king size bed or California king bed, there are a variety of bed frames you can choose from. Before you make a hasty decision, consider these ideas on the best bed frames for your master bedroom.
FAQs about Bed Frames
If you're ready to buy a new bed frame, you might be feeling overwhelmed with choices. There are a few simple questions you can ask yourself to determine which type of bed frame is best for you. Keep reading to find the answers to frequently asked questions about queen bed frames, king bed frames and more
Tips on Buying a Queen Comforter Set
One of the simplest ways to change the look of your queen-size bed is to invest in a queen comforter set. A queen comforter set -- which typically includes a queen-size comforter, matching pillows shams and, sometimes, matching throw pillows and a bedskirt -- can give your bedroom a designer look without making you pay a designer price. For tips on choosing the right queen comforter set, keep reading.
Fact Sheet on Sleigh Beds
You can find Sleigh beds in several styles, materials and colors to match any room's decor. Whether you are looking for a king-size sleigh bed, a queen sleigh bed or any other size, you'll have plenty of options to choose from. Known for their regal presence, sleigh beds are an excellent choice for a master bedroom. This style was popular in both the United States and France as early as the 18th century, drawing from influences in ancient Roman architecture. Sleigh beds continue to be popular over 300 years later for their timeless, sophisticated look. As you look around for the right sleigh bed, here are some facts that might help you out.
How to Decorate with Euro Pillows
Bigger is better when it comes to making a decorating statement, and Euro pillows fit the bill perfectly. These oversized versions of trendy throw pillows are cropping up in stylish homes everywhere because they take your bed from a functional place to a sophisticated space. Euro pillows look best when placed on full, queen or king beds because of their large size. If you're unsure about the placement and use of these fun bedding options, keep reading. This guide will explain how to decorate with Euro pillows.
Best Reasons to Buy a Platform Bed
If you're shopping for a new bed, you may be considering a platform bed. They're incredibly popular, and once you read about the great features of platform beds, you'll see why.
How to Move King Beds
When you're moving to a new residence, king beds are often some of the last items you want to pack, but moving king beds doesn't have to be an excruciating ordeal. The moving process will be slightly different whether you have platform beds, storage beds, a canopy bed, sleigh bed or another model of king-size bed, but there are a few things you can do to make moving king beds a bit easier. Don't let moving your king-size bed become a hassle; follow these tips to make it as easy as possible.
How to Buy a Futon
Do you need comfortable seating as well as a sleeping area for yourself or guests? You may have thought futons were only meant for dorm rooms and studio apartments, but they're actually the perfect solution for any home that needs a place for people to both sit and sleep. Futons are usually less expensive and lighter than sofa beds, as the futon uses the same frame and cushions for each function. If this sounds appealing to you, these tips will be helpful while you're shopping.
Best Styles for Kids' Beds
In your children's room, kids' beds will quickly become the focal point. Considering your child will probably have their bed for years to come, don't just choose any old ratty bed you inherited. Kids' beds come in a variety of styles and sizes to choose from. And when it comes to kids' furniture, their bed will probably undergo the most use. Since your child will probably spend a huge amount of time sleeping in or playing on their bed, why not choose a kids' bed they'll be happy to have in their room over the course of many years. Before you make your decision, here are some of the best beds for kids for you to choose from.
How to Fold a Twin Blanket
Twin blankets are convenient for foldingand are the ideal bedding size for small spaces. Folding a twin blanket is typically a one-person job. With larger queen and king bed covers, two people are needed to fold the blanket properly. Additionally, smaller covers take up less space than larger quilts or other bedding. It is important to fold a twin blanket as soon as the dryer completes its cycle. There will be fewer wrinkles, and the fresh scent will remain longer. Look below to learn how to fold a twin blanket.
Bed Pillows vs Throw Pillows
Dress up your bed with both throw pillows and bed pillows for a cozy, relaxing spot. While down bed pillows are functional and provide support and comfort for the sleeper, throw pillows serve as accents, adding texture and color to the bed. This guide will help you find both bed pillows and decorative throw pillows and determine the features of each.
FAQs about Water Beds
Water beds, as their name suggests, are beds with mattresses filled with water. The modern water bed was first devised in the 1850s before being refined in the 1960s into the water bed that we know today. Look below to find answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about water beds.
How to Make a Bed
Having a well-made bed not only makes it easier to keep bedding clean, but it also cuts down on the amount of allergens that are brought into the bed. The aesthetic benefits of a well-made bed are also important. By properly making a bed, you're putting the finishing touch on a clean bedroom. Take a look at this article to learn how to make a bed.
Air Bed Buying Guide
There are a lot of things you can lose sleep over, but finding the perfect air bed shouldn't be one of them. Unfortunately, many people find the process of air bed shopping complicated and end up purchasing a bed that doesn't entirely suit them. This air bed buying guide will help you figure out how to buy an air bed that will let you get the rest you deserve.
Standard King Beds vs California King Beds
You know you want a bigger bed, but maybe you're not sure if a standard king bed is right for you or if a California king bed is more what you need. Once you know the facts about the similarities and differences between the two bed sizes, then it should be easy to choose the new bed that's perfect for your bedroom. Here are some comparisons that might help you make an informed choice.
Benefits of Platform Beds
With so many bed frame options to choose from, it can be hard to know if platform beds are right for you. Platform beds are becoming popular, and certain designs have become recently popular in other areas for their contemporary look, but that's not the only reason people love them. Read on to discover the benefits of platform beds and if they might be the bed frame for you.
How to Choose a Pet Bed for an Older Dog
Pamper your older dog with his own dog bed. Pet beds provide your pets with a safe, comfortable place to sleep and rest, which is especially important for older pets. Most dogs love to curl up on a soft bed -- especially if that bed happens to be yours. Climbing in and out of your high bed, however, can cause your old buddy great pain. Coax him off your bed and reward him for his years of loyalty by choosing a high-quality pet bed that will soothe his tired bones during his golden years.
Shipping & Returns
Standard Return Policy:
This item cannot be shipped to Alaska or Hawaii. More details
Standard shipping details
Expedited shipping details