I-Semble Vertical-Mount Murphy Bed Hardware Kits with Mattress Platforms
Create a wall bed that opens smoothly and quietly with these premium piston lift mechanisms. With no springs to break or slacken over time, you'll get years of reliable service. Unlike many other kits, these packages include a sturdy steel mattress platform with comfortable cambered wood slats to support your mattress. Metal legs at the foot of the bed swing out for a level sleeping surface when opened, and the mechanism holds the bed securely closed when not in use. Instructions are included for building a basic cabinet enclosure. Compatible with mattresses up to 10'' thick. Choose from Twin, Full and Queen sizes.
- Includes tubular steel mattress frame for strength and improved weight distribution
- Comes with cambered wood slats for comfort
- Recommended for standard mattress sizes up to 10'' thick
- No box spring is used
- Shipping Restrictions: Ground Transportation Only
(1) Mattress Platform with Wood Slats
(1) Set of Detailed Instructions/Plans for a Cabinet Enclosure
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|Tech Spec||Item #54877 (Twin-Size):
Item #55991 (Full-Size):
Item #54386 (Queen-Size):
WARNING: 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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(I have not completed my assembly, however, as I have been traveling a lot. I will update if my I get into the bed frame and my opinion changes.)
I can say this has been a great kit to work on so far...all the parts are really well-organized and there are full-sized drilling guides making it really easy to get critical holes in exactly the right places QUICKLY with no measuring. Just lay the drilling guide on the panel, mark all the hole locations with a punch and start drilling.
If you want to add the shelves, you'll need shelf pins/supports for 3 shelves per cabinets, 2 hinges per cabinet, 1 door pull per cabinet, and additional wood. A shelf drilling jig is also really helpful for the shelves.
I just built it and I do think a crown jig (either built or purchased) some large clamps or clamp-it squares, an a domino joiner (stronger than biscuits) would all be a consideration for me were I to do it again.
I just installed my frame yesterday and I have about 1 -1 1/4 inch clearance at both the top and bottom. Check your clearance at the bottom. If you have more than and inch or so, you may have mounted the interior brackets a bit high. I am in contact with rockler on a different issue: one of the pistons is bad. When its installed, it takes everything I have to pull the bed down. When uninstalled the frame operates smoothly with just one piston. Did you have any issues with the piston? Thanks. Ross