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Comfortably cambered wooden slats provide firm but flexible support for your mattress—no box spring required.
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Twin-Size I-Semble Platform Bed Frame with Wooden Slats
Twin-Size I-Semble Platform Bed Frame with Wooden Slats Item #: 53548
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I-Semble Platform Bed Frames with Wooden Slats

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I-Semble Platform Bed Frames with Wooden Slats I-Semble Platform Bed Frames with Wooden Slats
I-Semble Platform Bed Frames with Wooden Slats

These platform bed frames feature sturdy steel construction with comfortably sprung wooden slats to support your mattress. Since no box spring is needed, you get a full 12'' of vertical height under the bed for storage. The reverse camber of the slats, paired with the center support leg, minimize the possibility of sagging. In addition, six double slats are provided for extra support wherever it is needed. The mattress platforms may also be used with the I-Semble Platform Bed Lift Mechanisms (sold separately) for easier access to under bed storage. Complete assembly instructions are included.

(1) I-Semble Mattress Platform with Wood Slats
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Weight 1.0000
Tech Spec Twin-Size I-Semble Platform Bed Frame with Wooden Slats (Item #: 53548)
  • Twin Weight Capacity (Static Load): 360 lbs.
  • Twin Platform Dimensions: 38-3/4'' x 74-1/2''

Full-Size I-Semble Platform Bed Frame with Wooden Slats (Item #: 54787)
  • Full Weight Capacity (Static Load): 550 lbs.
  • Full Platform Dimensions: 53-1/2'' x 74-1/2''

Queen-Size I-Semble Platform Bed Frame with Wooden Slats (Item #: 59872)
  • Queen Weight Capacity (Static Load): 650 lbs.
  • Queen Platform Dimensions: 59-1/2'' x 79-1/2''

  • Leg Length: 12''
Technical Documents
Prop 65 WarningWARNING: Cancer & Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

Prop 65 WarningWARNING: Drilling, sawing, sanding or machining wood products can expose you to wood dust, a substance known to the State of California to cause cancer. Avoid inhaling wood dust or use a dust mask or other safeguards for personal protection. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/wood.
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Easy Peasy
Went together perfectly. Even had a few spare pieces leftover.
Highly recommended. I used it only with the center leg as a part of a bed frame I built.
March 8, 2018
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
Excellent sleep first night!
I purchased this bed frame last month and only got around to assembling it yesterday (3/3/18). Easy to assemble, although the instructions paper was not all that hot. But it was easy to figure out. I've been sleeping on a queen mattress on the floor for several months. I'm old (71), so it was nice to have support beneath the mattress for a change. And to get up was so much easier. The dogs and cat love it, too!
March 4, 2018
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
Easy to assemble
I-Semble was easy to put together, and my daughter seems to like it.
August 8, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Strong, easy to assemble, and comfortable!
This is a well constructed and sturdy square frame. The hardware is very good quality. The plastic brackets that hold the slats in place are good, although a little challenging to pop into place, but that helps make sure they stay put once inserted into the frame. The curved wooden slats are three layer flexible plywood.

We only had a mattress (and had been sleeping on the floor... fine for me, but she likes more cushion), so the frame provided just the right give under the mattress for us. I appreciated the double slat feature as I like a bit more firmness to the mattress than my wife.

I used the frame as the main support for a quick pilot bed project (see pics....all pine... one of these days I'll use the same design in cherry). All wood pieces were attached by drilling screw holes through the square frame (not difficult). Posts were simply attached to the side rails and headboard/footboard, although I could have screwed them to the frame as well.

Overall, I would highly recommend this frame. I did not sleep on it alone, but don't doubt it provides a stable bed frame without the added woodwork.
Completed woodwork around frame.
The side rails go to the floor... the cherry version will include storage drawers.
Close up of the slats.
Completed bed with slats in place. Paint is Old Fashioned Milkpaint Co. Hunter Green.
August 7, 2017
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
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Why did you choose this?
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Ease of project
Jeff W on Jul 17, 2018
Hoping the underbed storage is a plus on a durable platform bed, yet the mattress won't be so tall when getting in and out of bed since the platform negates the box spring.
Jan T on Feb 19, 2017
Ease of project
Jeff W on Jul 17, 2018
looks like it will work well with the bed frame i have planned
Mark V on Jan 29, 2018
Hoping the underbed storage is a plus on a durable platform bed, yet the mattress won't be so tall when getting in and out of bed since the platform negates the box spring.
Jan T on Feb 19, 2017
looks like it will work well with the bed frame i have planned
Mark V on Jan 29, 2018
Can I purchase the black plastic brackets that hold the slats (30 single sided ones and 15 double sided ones, which you normally supply with each bed)? Some of my pieces have broke.
Mihir P on Sep 4, 2017
What kind of wood and dimensions are used for the slats?
Scott L on Mar 8, 2017
BEST ANSWER: One of the reviews says that the slats are three layer flexible plywood.
Is the frame round or squake tube? What dimension? How are the joints secured? Can casters be added?
Patrick G on Mar 8, 2017
BEST ANSWER: One inch square tubes. Dimension (on Queen) is accurate as described. Joints are secured with the included lag bolts and are very good quality.
What is the width and length dimensions of a queen size bed frame?
TODD H on Feb 20, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The described size is true: 59-1/2'' x 79-1/2''. Queen mattresses are typically 60x80.
Can this be used without the legs as an insert in a wall bed frame? How tall are just the perimeter frame and slats?
Laurel W on Feb 4, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I didnt use the legs except for the middle post. I used a full size mattress which is 53 1/2 x 74 1/2 . I used the lift mechanism which I feel should have been dropped down at least another inch so you dont see the metal frame. I also had to install a board on the foot board to hold the mattress even around the bed.
Does any one know if a head board can be attached to this frame?
Jan T on Aug 5, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Its not designed for a headboard (does not have brackets to attach to headboard posts as with traditional bed frames). Nonetheless, the square steel frame is not difficult to drill through and attach to a headboard, although not at the posts. I’ll upload pics later today that show what I build around the frame. I drilled holes through the frame to attached a headboard.
Can this platform be used alone without a bed frame?
Karen P on Jun 24, 2019
BEST ANSWER: No, this platform needs some sort of bed frame. Not a big deal to make one that will work. I installed ours about a year ago and my wife loves it. easy to get at storage.
What is the spacing between the slats? Can the spacing be changed? I need less than 3 inch slat spacing.
Kenneth W on Feb 20, 2019
BEST ANSWER: About the only way you're going to get less than 3" slat spacing is to purchase two kits, drill extra holes for the holders, combine the slats of both frames. I'm just curious to know why you need narrower spacing. I weigh about 175, and the spacings work for me. I'm quite satisfied with the product. Good Luck!
Can I use this slat system and frame with the horizontal version since the horizontal version doesn't
Come with it?
Nichol K on Apr 7, 2018
BEST ANSWER: If you are referring to a Murphy-style bed, I don't see why not. The slats are held in place by tabs on either end of each, so unless a tab has come loose, there shouldn't be a problem.
For the twin size, are there really 2 sets of slats separated down the middle with the metal brace? Seems like a bad design to have the middle of the mattress sag?
Mike R on Jan 12, 2019
BEST ANSWER: actually, Mike it's a much better structure with that center support bar than it would be without. you have two equally balanced support systems that are synchronized. the slightly bowed ribs are shorter by the division and would add to the anti sag factor. I love my full size frame, getting rid of that dust mite collecting box spring was a god sent. the slight spring in this system has to much more comfortable than a hard platform base.
I am planning for a king size bed. Can I use 2 twin platforms to make the support base?
David on May 21, 2018
BEST ANSWER: You should be able to locate them side by side. They stand alone as structurally sound. Use all the support legs. Then it's just a matter of the width dimension of two twins vs. one king.
Do you make this in a short queen size that could be used in RV's that have platform beds?
Kerri M on Oct 3, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Not at this time
Any King size?
Sally on Jun 7, 2017
BEST ANSWER: This Murphy Bed is not currently available in King size.
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