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Elegant Collection


A unique white metal bed frame.

Nostalgic tones and modern touches coexist harmoniously, creating a timeless style…

Lifetime warranty, environmentally friendly and safe.

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The bed is made in 2 different types:

  • Bed with design on the footboard (With FTB)
  • Bed without design on the footboard (NO-FTB)

∗ The dimension that you choose concerns the dimension of the mattress and not the external dimensions of the bed.

∗ The bed is made for mattress 24 – 27cm high.

Bed with storage space (Bed Box)

Beds can be made with a Bed Box as a special construction (ask us).

All beds include 1 set of wooden boards.

** For mattress size over 160cm (due to the large width of the bed), sets of wooden boards are not available and the choice of metal bed base is obligatory, providing maximum strength and stability of the bed.

External dimensions of bed:

  • Headboard height: 120cm
  • Footboard height: 77cm
  • Bed base height: 32cm
  • **Bed width + ∼7cm of mattress size**

Bed length with footboard on the leg: +10cm of the mattress length.

Bed length without footboard on the leg: +5cm of the mattress length.

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Metal beds vocabulary and information

What are Bed Rails?

By using the term “bed rails”, we refer to the side rails of your bed. Most of our bed rails are made of metal but we also provide some models with wood. The bed rails need a headboard and footboard to support your mattress and box spring.

What is a white metal bed frame ?

By using the term bed frame, we refer to the “base” that suppots the mattress. A bed frame usually needs a headboard or footboard. Our beds provide all the pre-mentioned elements. A bed frame or bedstead is the part of a bed used to position the mattress and base (foundation). It may include means of supporting a canopy above. Bed frames are typically made of wood or metal. A bed frame includes head, foot, and side rails.

It may also include slats to support the mattress, in which case a separate base is not necessary, as in a platform bed. Most double (full) sized beds, along with all queen and king size beds, require some type of center support rail, typically also with extra feet extending down to the floor. The term “bed frame” was first used in 1805-1815.

Are metal beds safe?

Metal bed frames can actually increase your exposure to electrical pollution or electromagnetic fields (EMF). This is the reason why we de-magnitize all of our metal beds during the production of our beds. All the metal furniture we manufacture is demagnetized by the method of raising the temperature of the metal above the Curie Temperature of 770 C. As a result, all of our beds are demagnetized and completely safe for your health.

Are metal beds strong?

Our metal beds are incredibly strong. We take care of their durability during the production process. This is the reason why we provide with LIFETIME GUARANTEE

Do bed bugs hide in a white metal bed frame?

Because of the cool nature of metal, bed bugs are far less likely to take up residence in metal bed frames than they are in wooden bed frames.

How was the white metal bed frame invented?

Iron beds were produced in the 17th century Italy to deal with infestation by bed bugs and moths. An iron cradle has been dated to 1620-1640. From the beginnig of their production in the 1850s until World War I, iron beds were handmade.

The production included hand pouring and polishing intricately detailed casting and finishing made on hand. In the many small foundries of the time where a handful of employees worked.

It could take days to produce a single bed. After the end of World War I, the mass-production processes used for wartime affected the iron industry as well. The handmade quality gave way to cost-effective mass production.

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