What kind of Atlantic Furniture Richmond Platform Bed do you need?
Open Footrail design instills limitless comfort Sustainably Sourced Solid Hardwood with Non-Toxic Finish Designed for Lasting Durability Supported by hardwood slat kit, foundation not required, mattress sold separately
Is this what you need when you buy Atlantic Furniture Richmond Platform Bed?
Our Platform Beds employ a unique dual height slat kit and bed frame support system that eliminates the need for a foundation. Atlantic Furniture Platform Beds can be set in a high position to be used with a mattress only, or a low setting to accommodate for a mattress and foundation set. With both height settings and the unique dual-height slat kit, these beds are truly the most versatile beds on the market.
Atlantic Furniture Traditional Beds include three to four foundation support boards which support the mattress and foundation. Choose from our entire line of solid hardwood headboards, footboards, and bed frames to find the look that best suits your room.
Make your bed the star of the show with the Richmond, a design that incorporates a curved headboard with traditional, mission-style slats. For added convenience, drawers or a trundle option may be selected for certain models.
Customer reviewsNice sturdy bed frame
I was looking for a platform style frame higher off the ground because I'm 6'1" and don't like beds that are too low. I wanted a simple black wooden frame with a headboard but no footboard. This is a really solid unit. It was also packed very well in three boxes - even UPS couldn't destroy it. Some people said it is hard to assemble, but I don't think so, there are just a couple tricks I'd like to pass along. First, assemble the headboard first, paying attention to put the wider slits on the vertical side pieces toward the front and the holes on the headboard to the back you can easily assemble it backward if you're not paying attention . Second, take care inserting the side pieces longest of the three boxes into the slots in the headboard and front legs, paying attention to whether you're using the top pins platform style with no box spring or bottom ones lower setting for use with a box spring or base . Thirdly, when building the center supports shorter box , be sure and push down on the allen wrench when driving the big screws into the center support legs so that the wrench doesn't slip out and round out the allen holes in the screws. Finally, I chose to drill pilot holes in the side pieces when screwing on the slats using the pre-drilled holes in the slats as a guide.