• Knickerbocker - Twin/Full/Queen Bed Frame
Knickerbocker - Twin/Full/Queen Bed Frame
$71.10 with code: FRIEND
12-month financing with Macy's Card. *Learn More
$71.10 with code: FRIEND
12-month financing with Macy's Card. *Learn More
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Premium Bed Frame that adjusts to Twin, Full, and Queen that offers a 6-leg frame that provides all-glide support for no movement while supporting any sleep set.

  • Twin, Full, Queen bed frame that supports sleep systems
  • 6-Leg system provides excellent all-glide support for no movement
  • 2 side rails with cross rails attached; one center rail
  • Made In the USA
  • Lifetime Limited Warranty
  • Steel
  • Heavy Duty 1 1/2" high side rails for non-flexing support that prevents sagging
  • No headboard or footboard needed, but a headboard can be attached for a modern bedroom look
  • Each leg can hold over 1,000 lbs.
  • Full spectrum angle steel center support rail with 2 heavy duty center legs that provides maximum support in the center of the bed for no sagging in the middle
  • Furniture & Mattress Delivery, Returns & Services
  • Request warranty information

Web ID: 11352247

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    Sep 20, 2023
    Perfect basic bed frame

    I just wanted a basic bed frame for my mattress and this is the perfect option. It was delivered with the mattress I purchased and included with the white glove delivery. They set it up in no time.

    Ole Hoss
    Jul 20, 2023
    Just average

    Very basic frame.

    Feb 19, 2023
    Be prepared to wait for your order!

    Took over a month to complete my order.

    Aug 17, 2022
    Feet are plastic

    Feet and stem are plastic, not metal. So they bend when you insert them into the legs. They also don’t insert to uniform heights. Each foot inserts up to differing points. This is an obvious design flaw. I hope they do not break at some point.