Zinus Upholstered Navy Button

Zinus Upholstered Navy Button Detailed Platform Bed / Wood Slat Support, King

  • Classic styling with navy upholstery
  • Headboard, frame, and wood slats included / Mattress sold separately
  • Smartly packaged in one carton with the footboard, frame, legs, and wooden slats conveniently located in the zippered compartment in the back of the headboard for easy assembly
  • Foam padded tape is added to the steel frame for noise-free use. Fabric: Knitted Polyester
  • Available in Twin, Full, Queen, and King with worry-free 5-year limited warranty
  • Clearance Space: 7

Product description

This classic upholstered platform bed by Zinus will transform your bedroom. It ships in one carton with the frame, legs and ten wooden slats conveniently located in the zippered compartment in the back of the headboard for easy assembly. This upholstered platform bed features a button detailed headboard and wood slats and exposed feet for support. The navy upholstery adds softness and provides a classic framework for your mattress. Another comfort innovation from Zinus.

Top Customer Reviews

Beautiful bed

This bed was super easy to assemble and it is sturdy. I am a small person and it took me about 40 min to put it all together. I ordered it on a Thursday and it arrived Saturday (scheduled for Monday). The box was huge because the headboard is one solid piece and I had to ask for help moving it, which was no big deal. I love it!

Fantastic bed for a great price!

I have purchased and personally assembled several of these beds for my personal use and to use in our Air B&B's. I also have several other similar style beds - Grier and Erin beds from World Market, grey linen from Target and Malm from IKEA. The Zinus beds are my favorite so far. The quality is much better than the others, they're sturdy and I love the navy blue color. They sit high enough off the floor that you can still use the underneath for storage. You won't get that with the lower beds like the Erin or Malm. FYI, stay away from the Malm bed. The support rails are required and sold separately, the headboard contacts the floor and will be ruined if you ever have a leak plus you will constantly hit your shin on the foot board and it hurts like a mutha. The Malm night stands however look very nice with these upholstered beds and they're tough to beat for $50.

Spend the extra couple bucks and get the matching glass tops, Ikea sells them separately.
The main consideration with the Zinus bed is the mattress sits much higher on them than any of them other beds I mentioned. If you pair it with a 12" mattress you're pretty much back to a standard bed hight as if you had a box spring. That can be good or bad depending on your preference but if you're looking for a low platform bed this is not the bed for you. The Erin Cute as a button bed is the lowest of all the beds we have and would be good for a child or someone with impaired mobility. The second thing I didn't realize when I ordered but the Zinus beds at least in a queen size only have one row of buttons instead of two like most upholstered beds.

Several inches of the bottom of the headboard is just fabric stretched over a frame. If your mattress isn't at least 10" tall some of that part will be exposed. It wouldn't look bad but my concern would be that you might end up putting a hole in it or stretching it out from leaning on it. I can't understand why they didn't go down further with the internal support and foam. The quality and design is great otherwise. The area is accessible from the back when you have the headboard unzipped so you may be able to reinforce it if you're handy. The legs are plastic but I really don't notice and I like that I don't have to worry about wood stain reacting or bleeding on to my rugs/carpet.


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