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Reddit reviews on Zinus Shawn 14 Inch Metal SmartBase Bed Frame / Platform Bed Frame / No Box Spring Needed / Sturdy Steel Frame / Underbed Storage, Queen

Sentiment score: 23
Reddit mentions: 54

We found 54 Reddit mentions of Zinus Shawn 14 Inch Metal SmartBase Bed Frame / Platform Bed Frame / No Box Spring Needed / Sturdy Steel Frame / Underbed Storage, Queen. Here are the top ones.

A ONE-AND-DONE SOLUTION - Why buy both a bed frame and box spring for your mattress? Our sturdy steel SmartBase lets you enjoy the benefits of both; and fear not - this hardworking frame only requires opposable thumbs to set-upNO BOX SPRING NEEDED - Platform is made with heavy steel that replaces your box spring, allowing you to rest your memory foam or spring mattress directly on top; steel wires are spaced 4 inches apart; legs have plastic caps to protect your floorsUNDERBED STORAGE - Total of 13 inches of clearance space under the frame provides valuable storage room for extra odds and endsQUICK, TOOL-FREE ASSEMBLY - Shipped in one compact box and requires no tools for assembly; rest your mattress directly on top of the platform; twin, narrow twin and twin XL sizes support a maximum weight capacity of 250 lbs, while all other sizes can support up to 500 poundsWorry-free 5 year limited warranty included; mattress sold separately

Found 54 comments on Zinus Shawn 14 Inch Metal SmartBase Bed Frame / Platform Bed Frame / No Box Spring Needed / Sturdy Steel Frame / Underbed Storage, Queen:

u/Etrion · 54 pointsr/personalfinance

Everyone else covered all the other stuff well except a bed. the fuck is wrong with ya'll?

a futon? a futon mattress? air mattress??? fuck that shit

A good nights sleep is as important as eating, you don't need to spend all your money on it either.

Bed, blanket, sheets, and pillows: ~$350

metal bed frame: http://amzn.com/B006MIUM20 or http://www.walmart.com/ip/Spa-Sensations-Steel-Smart-Base-Bed-Frame-Black-Multiple-Sizes/15739163

mattress: http://amzn.com/B005A4OP8Y or http://www.walmart.com/ip/Slumber-1-8-Mattress-In-a-Box-Multiple-Sizes/14225185?


note: I've had this set for a year, great buy. fuck futons.

another note: if tying to decide between a twin, full, or queen size mattress. get a queen. even if you have a tiny room you'll have a big bed. never get a king (or cal king) size mattress unless you have a permanent home, those things are a hassle to move and/or get rid of.

'nother note2: buy the sheets the same size as the bed, but buy the blanket/comforter the next size up it'll make all the difference on an extra cold night or when someone else is in bed with you.

'nother note3: don't get a used bed. you only need to encounter bedbugs once for you to consider setting your entire apartment on fire. even if that doesn't deter you just imagine sleeping on a pile of someone else's shedded skin and dried sweat.


u/drawinfinity · 32 pointsr/ynab

Ok I have moved about a dozen times in my life. Trust me I'm a pro at this. This will be long so I'm gonna divide into sections.

Furniture


  • Don't buy most furniture until after you move. Why pay to move it when you can just have it shipped to your door, probably for free, or if you buy it locally have it delivered?
  • Don't buy more than the bare necessities at first. It is tempting to make your whole house pretty, but money won't go as far as you think, and its easy to buy things in the beginning that don't work as well as you think or end up being wrong for the space. Better to have what you really need and take time to consider what you actually want to make your life better in that particular space. For me the necessities are:

  • Craigslist, Amazon, Ikea are your friends. Online, read reviews critically. If people are saying it fell apart, don't buy it.

    • I have to give a particular shout out to Ikea stuff, I have some furniture I bought 10 years ago from them still in my home

  • Shop Homegoods for discounted decorations, housewares, kitchen stuff, etc when you are ready aka after the move.
  • If you need bedding Target often has cute bedding on sale.

    Moving itself


  • Don't hire a moving company. Hire a U-haul, then through the U-haul website hiring people to load/unload the truck. You can have them load/unload only heavy stuff and take the rest yourself to save cash.

    • I did this on my last move and they moved all furniture from our 3 br house as well as most of our boxes for like $200. I think we spent less than $500 total on truck and movers (including gas).
    • I actually highly recommended this over moving furniture yourself in a borrowed pickup, or even yourself with a U-haul. The cost is well worth the convenience. Moving is hard.

  • Don't pay for boxes. Boxes are easy to find for free. Typically I take 2 or 3 evenings late at night (around 10 pm) and just drive around behind strip malls until I find enough. (They don't put gross stuff in the dumpster, if there is I skip that one). Sometimes it only takes 1 night. Don't bother with grocery stores or large department stores, they crush their boxes. Check out liquor stores and the dumpsters behind strip malls.

    • Places I have found boxes in plenty:
      • Behind a Barnes and Noble
      • Behind a party store
      • Behind an Ulta
      • Behind clothing stores in strip malls (these are usually pretty larger, great for bigger and lighter items)
      • Liquor stores (they get so many they are usually happy to tell you what day they get their deliveries if you call. These are smaller boxes great for heavier items like books)

  • Don't box clothes. Take plastic trash bags, cut a hold in the bottom, put clothes hangers through the hole, close the tie part, now your clothes are still hanging up but contained and ready to move. When you get to the new house, hang up in the bag, then just rip the bag off. Way easier than unpacking.
  • Don't buy bubble wrap, find a place that stocks free local papers (every city usually has these around) and use paper to wrap your dishes and breakables. Save junk mail and store flyers as well for this.
  • The one thing you should buy is moving plastic wrap, the kind on a 14" roll. Use it to secure blankets around wooden furniture to protect from scratches. Use it wrap any fabric furniture to protect from tears. Use it to group some awkward small boxes into one entity. I only discovered this the last time I moved and will never move without doing this again. This is the only time I have ever moved nothing got damaged, and there is also this very satisfied and "mission accomplished" feeling when your couch is wrapped and ready to go.
  • Label everything with not only the contents but the room it goes in. Even in a small apartment this helps a ton when you unload. When you go to unpack everything will already be in the correct room. I recommend these inexpensive, color coded labels to make it even faster/more convenient: https://www.amazon.com/Immuson-Removable-Packing-Different-Stickers/dp/B07DQDSX9H/ref=sr_1_1_sspa?s=home-garden&ie=UTF8&qid=1539805227&sr=1-1-spons&keywords=moving+stickers&psc=1
  • Pack a box in each room of the things you will need your first night/week so you can easily find it in the unpacking chaos. So in your bathroom pack your shower stuff separate, in the bedroom your sheets, and in the kitchen keep your pots/pans and dishes clearly marked. This may not seem like a money tip but if you don't do this you will find yourself running to the store for paper plates or toothpaste you don't really need.

    Once you are in


    Don't forget you are going to have to buy things you forgot about or that just come up those first few weeks. Somehow you will move in and realize you don't have a mop, or a kitchen trashcan, or about 50 other things that just happened to be your roommates, or where the hell is the dish detergent and oh fuck I forgot that I need toilet paper and I ran out two days ago.

    I try to set aside about $100-$200 for these weird incidentals. If you are worried about running low buy stuff at the dollar store, you can get a better version next paycheck. Also if you are low on dishes this a great place to get some that are honestly perfectly fine. Big lots is also good for cheap dishes. Also not a bad idea to plan for the money to eat out a few days during the move when you normally wouldn't. For me its the one time I let myself have fast food.

    Once you are moved in, be careful about your grocery bill if previously you were splitting groceries and not just buying your own. Buying for one is very different than buying for two, easier for things to go bad in your fridge.

    Utilities/Bills


    There will be deposits and unexpected service fees. When you set up your accounts ask specifically what will be on the first bill other than normal recurring charges. Do not think the bills will somehow be half of what you used before. Use A/C or heat sparingly until you see a couple bills. Replace all your lightbulbs with LEDs. Shop around to make sure you buy the cheaper ones they work just as well and they will save you a fortune on electric.

    Buy a programmable thermostat if your unit doesn't already have one. They are easy to install yourself, will save you a lot of money buy avoiding running the heat/air while you aren't home, and are only about $40 on Amazon.

    You need internet, you do not need cable. You do not need the fancy internet plan the company wants to sell you. Start with the lowest tier internet plan and buy Hulu or Netflix or maybe both. If you have streaming issues upgrade the internet later. When you set up cable request that you not be on a contract (cancelation fees when you move and don't want it are a bitch).

u/zaatar · 24 pointsr/personalfinance

I have these two brand new, and they are excellent:

u/needathneed · 18 pointsr/happy

Going through the hard times makes the good times that much more sweet :) Good for you!! I recommend a bed frame like this
. I also have a memory foam and it does not need the boxspring.

u/ImperfectlyInformed · 12 pointsr/slatestarcodex

Speaking as someone who lives in a small SF studio apt...

In addition to your excellent recommendation on varied sizes of containers, I have this 100 clear ziplock bags set as well as a variety of larger bags in varying sizes. So if I've got something with little accessories, I'll toss those accessories in tiny ziplock bags, then put them in a larger ziplock bag shared with the main item when I store it on a shelf or a container. For example, I do this with my medicine cabinet / toiletries. I organize stuff into ziplock bags by function ("sinus / cold", painkillers, GI, etc) and then toss them in the closet in a small box, to avoid clutter in my cramped bathroom and keep only things I use routinely close at hand.

I've got a couple little tupperware boxes like https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004F03L98 which I put labels on and stack in my closet. Plus I've got an old shoebox or two for knicknacks.

In my small pantry, I've got these little DecoBros Expandable Stackable Kitchen Cabinet and Counter Shelf Organizer to maximize vertical space.

I put my seasonal clothing into space saver "packing cube" compression bags.

Some of my cleaning and organizing is motivated by dust mite allergies - but ultimately I'm working on a long-term solution to that. So I'm getting immunotherapy to become resistant to allergens and also use a dehumidifier to kill the dust mites.

I also keep an inventory of the items that I really liked. If I bought it retail, I'll find it online. That way, I can sell or junk something with the peace of mind that I can buy it again when I need it.

I do the typical things to minimize possessions: I have a few merino wool items that I wear most often, have a single bankers box for files with almost nothing it it (scan), no desktop computer, store very few physical books, and so on.

For my sleeping area, I use this cheap Zinus frame and store a bunch of stuff under it. That gives me extra storage and it's also cheap and easy to replace I do a long move. For my bed itself, I use a Sleep Number bed - it's easy to pack it into the back of a sedan, and you can customize the firmness to get to the "medium-firm" which clinical trials have demonstrated to be the best.

My desk/dining table is public white 42" high dining table which allows me to stand if I want; these 29.5" Bar Stool fit and store nicely.

On the digital front, I have a very hefty dotfiles repo, use https://github.com/GothenburgBitFactory/taskwarrior for tasks, and have finally transitioned pretty much all my finances to the double-entry beancount leveraging https://github.com/beancount/fava (after trying the earlier ledger/hledger tools).

u/Cellar______Door · 10 pointsr/simpleliving

I bought this mattress frame. Keeps the bed off the floor, no box spring required, and has storage underneath. Also really easy to set up.

u/partisan98 · 7 pointsr/malelivingspace

I got a version of this platform bed. I really like it.

Pros:
Cheap its only about $80 for a queen size
No boxspring needed.
Dont need tools to put it together.
14 inches high so you can fit stuff under it (i keep my laundry basket under it) and can crawl under it when you inevitably drop your phone down the back.
2 pieces and it folds so you can easily carry it up stairs (18lbs each). Folded up it can fit in the back of a sedan if you are moving.
Pretty solid i dont hear any squeaks or anything from it.

Cons:
High chance you will pinch your fingers while putting it together.
It looks like something you would find in a prison/barracks. I highly suggest a $10 bed skirt.
You can stub your toe on the center leg pretty easy. Throw some pipe insulation on it under the bed skirt to save your toes.

u/Life_with_lemonz · 6 pointsr/IKEA

I had a similar bed, but not from ikea. Tbh I really didn’t want to go through buying and rebuilding so instead I took out all the slates. Leaving just the headboard and frame around it. Then I bought one of these

Metal bed frame

Take measurements of course, but mine fit perfectly inside the frame. They have taller ones as well.

u/sxooz · 6 pointsr/minimalism

I despise big bulky bed frames. When I was deciding if I was okay with floor sleeping I started sleeping on the floor to see if it was comfortable. I did this for a while and made my decision about getting rid of the bed. I found that I'm comfortable floor sleeping if there's carpet but not if it's hard flooring. You also want to take into account if you are comfortable having sex on the floor, possibly having company stay over, or relaxing on the floor as well. In the end I did keep my bed, and I went with a sturdy, but very practical bed frame. This frame doesn't require a box, and it folds for easy moving. I paired it with a foam hybrid mattress that's easy to move when i move. The frame is definitely not necessary if you live in a house, but I got it for my cargo van. I love that your entire wardrobe can slide under the bed in bins. Zinus 14 Inch SmartBase Mattress Foundation / Platform Bed Frame / Box Spring Replacement / Quiet Noise-Free / Maximum Under-bed Storage https://www.amazon.com/dp/B006MIUM20/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_Rjw5AbT0MG17D

u/TheThunderbird · 6 pointsr/malelivingspace

Thanks! I'm an engineer, so my choices were also driven by practicality.

For example, that couch also rearranges into the exact size for a [queen sized mattress]( Signature Sleep Contour 8-Inch Mattress) to lay on top except for one missing corner, which is exactly the height of the coffee table. I can also fit a queen sized bed where the bar stools go. When my sister and her friend visited, they each got their own queen bed. One of those beds is stored in the closet.

u/GinDeMint · 5 pointsr/BuyItForLife

Amazon recommends purchasing this bed frame. It's what I have, and it fits the mattress perfectly.

u/boooooyouwhore · 5 pointsr/breakingmom

Yay! I love when things like this happen. It seems small but it's not, that's your space! Separate, adult space for you.

This sounds a lot like the first house my husband and I rented together. Not really a bungalow but it was built in 1903 and of course had tiny closets so all our clothes were in a weird tiny bedroom down the hall and our bedroom was basically a mattress on the floor (also couldn't fit the box spring upstairs).

An idea, we got this for the bed: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B006MIUM20/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_KNK2AbFGPZ45G

Cheaper than a real giant bed and it folds so once you do get one you can store it!

u/PegasusCoffee · 3 pointsr/videos

Just wanna chime in here- Amazon sells wireframe boxspring/bedframe combos that significantly reduce the hiding spot for bedbugs.

Here's the link(sorry, on mobile): http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B006MIUM20/ref=mp_s_a_1_2?qid=1451736403&sr=8-2&pi=SY200_QL40&keywords=boxspring&dpPl=1&dpID=51VMwhfluNL&ref=plSrch

I recommend these because when I used mattress covers for my boxspring, the abrasion between it and my bedframe caused rips and tears that rendered them useless. These puppies are a great (and cheap) alternative.

u/HighSorcerer · 3 pointsr/instant_regret

I bought this thing as a frame for my memory foam mattress, and it supports me(300lbs) and the mattress just fine, I totally recommend it as a frame for anyone who's looking. I can throw myself on it and it doesn't even budge.

u/stubborn_introvert · 3 pointsr/femalelivingspace

So maybe the quality can vary or some people get duds, but we have this zinus frame and we have loved it. It’s been esp great since we are renters that move occasionally, often in older homes where the stairs can limit what goes up them. We’ve never had squeaking. Put a bed skirt on it and storage tubs for out of season clothes and extra bedding.

We were tight on funds then and still are. I imagine someday we will upgrade to something prettier, but maybe not until we have our permanent home. I’ve thought about finding a headboard I liked to add to it. For now it’s been pretty practical.

u/Megacannon88 · 3 pointsr/malelivingspace

I bought a Tuft & Needle queen a couple months ago with a folding, metal bed frame. The mattress was only $600 and the frame about $100. It's easily the best best mattress I've ever slept on. No more sore upper back. The bed frame isn't particularly stylish though.

EDIT: frame: http://www.amazon.com/SmartBase-Foundation-Replacement-Noise-Free-Under-bed/dp/B006MIUM20/ref=sr_1_1?s=furniture&ie=UTF8&qid=1452484297&sr=1-1&keywords=metal+bed+frame
Mattress: http://www.amazon.com/Tuft-Needle-TN23Q-Mattress-Queen/dp/B00QBZ265U/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1452484335&sr=8-1&keywords=tuft+and+needle+queen

u/Dark_Shroud · 3 pointsr/malelivingspace

Same here, I recommend them to people all the time.

Their Smart Base alone is worth it and save a good amount of money of the decades that they'll last. Just not having to purchase or deal with a box spring.

u/Wizecoder · 3 pointsr/malelivingspace

Does anyone have any recommendations for bed frames or box springs? I definitely need to get something, but in terms of appearance I'm not sure which would be better. In terms of keeping things (relatively) cheap and simple I'm thinking of getting this. [Edit: The twin size one of course]

u/Asileel · 2 pointsr/Columbus

We just bought a queen sized memory foam mattress from Costco. Instead of a box spring/frame combo, we got this
platform Both were super easy to set up and have been incredibly comfortable.

u/Xeonneo · 2 pointsr/ploungeafterdark

Well, I've already picked one out. I don't know why I keep looking at it, though...

u/freedom311 · 2 pointsr/Charlotte

I know I'm just adding on more money now. But you may or may not need a new bed frame. This is the one https://www.amazon.com/Zinus-SmartBase-Foundation-Replacement-Noise-Free/dp/B006MIUM20

It's high enough off the ground you can buy some bins from Walmart and stuff them full and toss them under the bed. And can fit all kinds of other stuff under the bed. It's nice.

u/scooberty · 2 pointsr/malelivingspace

Get a metal frame that sits up high. Put stuff you own under it, in a closet (clothes in a hanging dresser) or on an end table. Throw out everything else.

If you don't want a small room to feel cluttered you have to have less shit :D

u/femalenerdish · 2 pointsr/DesignMyRoom

I think you could rotate the bed. Put the head of the bed at the window and push it to one of the walls. Either 1. push it to the left wall and put the desk between the end of the bed and the dresser along the wall, or 2. push it to the right wall and put the desk at the foot of the bed, like this.

If you can, I would also get a taller bed frame so you can store more underneath it. I just got this one. The quality is great and there is SO MUCH storage underneath. There's also cheaper, but still well reviewed options, like this one.

u/ByronSA · 1 pointr/malelivingspace

My wife and I bought: http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B006MIUM20 it folds very easily and was so much easier than bringing up a huge bed frame up 4 flights of stairs. And it's very quiet.

u/TheSlyEmu · 1 pointr/baltimore

Metal bed frame.

Good condition and free. All you have to do is come pick it up. It's already dismantled and can fit in a small car.

Edit: claimed. Thanks!

u/bryakmolevo · 1 pointr/malelivingspace

I own this one: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B006MIUM20/ - no tools to disassemble, one person can carry it down stairs, the grid has some spring, and WD40 eliminates creaking. idk if they make your size.

Cool: depends on the style. If your room is minimalist, people will pay attention to the frame because they're bored... but, usually, people won't notice the frame unless everything else also failed. The bottom of your mattress is not a natural focal point.

u/thedeathof_pablo · 1 pointr/malelivingspace

For the frame issue, you can look into this Zinus Queen frame. I have the same one - it ends up being two individual "half-queen" platforms held together with screws. Each one would definitely hold on its own, so it might solve your problem. No idea about the sheets issue though. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B006MIUM20/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o04_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

u/dgamr · 1 pointr/Mattress

You absolutely do not need the Casper foundation specifically for the Casper mattress, the foundations are all pretty similar. These look marked up a lot, even compared to traditional retail.

I don't recommend the Zinus mattresses, but their foundations / frames / storage frames are pretty good & inexpensive, and I've heard good nothing but things about them:

https://www.amazon.com/Zinus-SmartBase-Foundation-Replacement-Noise-Free/dp/B006MIUM20/

https://www.amazon.com/Zinus-Platform-Mattress-Foundation-Headboard/dp/B01B8GQAOO/

https://www.amazon.com/Zinus-Standing-Mattress-Foundation-Platform/dp/B07D7J77VL/

Check Casper's latest terms to see what restrictions (if any) they have on the mattress return policy (visible damage and not using a foundation typically invalidates the warranty / return policy of a few bed in a box offerings). They might specify slats or something like that.

The foundation you choose will affect the feel of the mattress to some extent, but not a lot. The main thing you can do with the foundation to make the whole experience a bit firmer (if you end up wanting that) is to build or buy a bunkie board (which is basically just a sheet of plywood between the mattress and the foundation).

And if it's not obvious, huge gaps in the slats are going to cause some wear and tear on the mattress. For example, a 4"-6" gap is fine (12" is not).

u/bc2zb · 1 pointr/DIY

My friends and I once hacked a queen box spring up, but never quite got around to splitting it properly. It worked for the few months we lived in the apartment and we picked up a new box spring when we moved out. My fiance and I recently ran into a similar issue and found these. Not a DIY solution, but a lot less of a headache and not exorbitantly expensive. In my experience, splitting a box spring is not worth it, but I am kind of bad at these things.

u/ChazEvansdale · 1 pointr/minimalism

> Zinus SmartBase off Amazon

Their video made me laugh. I love what they show you can store under it. :) Hehe

My newest ideas to build my own bed frame by creating a vinyl coated aircraft cable mesh. I can't find anyone else online who has tried it, so it makes me more excited to do it. If it works I'll have to post pictures to Pinterest.

My goal is a lightweight trundle bed frame on casters.

u/DarthPotter1977 · 1 pointr/Bedbug

Thanks for the reply! I don’t even have a box spring. I only have a metal bed frame that looks like this

Are they just hiding in my mattress?

u/twulferts · 1 pointr/malelivingspace

I have the queen T&N and I like it just fine. It starts out very firm, but will soften up after a few months. I also have a latex topper that I got off Amazon that softens up the feel of the top.

I got this plain box for it for now because it was cheap. Eventually I'll probably upgrade to something made of wood so it looks a bit nicer.

http://www.amazon.com/Sleep-Master-Platform-Mattress-Foundation/dp/B006MIUM20/ref=sr_1_1?s=home-garden&ie=UTF8&qid=1417143938&sr=1-1&keywords=bed+frame

P.S. The mattress also runs a bit hot, so keep that in mind.

u/dbcooper4 · 1 pointr/Mattress

Check out something like this. The answers section says it’s 75” long.

Zinus 14 Inch SmartBase Mattress Foundation, Platform Bed Frame, Box Spring Replacement, Quiet Noise-Free, Maximum Under-bed Storage https://www.amazon.com/dp/B006MIUM20/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_tai_-GA8BbJ609Q0K

u/drive-through · 1 pointr/HomeImprovement

When you want to spend a few dollars to fix this comprehensively, I highly recommend this https://www.amazon.com/dp/B006MIUM20/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_yqv9Bb2VBVG21

It's super solid, sets up and breaks down easily. Really great frame. Also lets you have more under bed storage and lets you get rid of your box spring

u/euphoricnoise · 1 pointr/Bedbugs

Yea there's no box spring or headboard anymore. I just got this metal frame

u/travelingdreams · 1 pointr/BabyBumps

It just means baby is growing right!? right... :( I am only 19 weeks but with my last pregnancy I recall the same situation, but in the bath and SCREAMING for my husband because I was sure I'd be stuck forever! I hate the roll side to side for momentum and the great heave to get up!

This frame from amazon is wonderful and doesn't require a box spring! Best wishes!
http://smile.amazon.com/Sleep-Master-Platform-Mattress-Foundation/dp/B006MIUM20/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1416376128&sr=8-1&keywords=mattress+frame

u/Fubar904 · 1 pointr/personalfinance

I was worried about the heat. I'm a bigger guy and the thought of memory foam always made me think of trapped heat and sweat. No problems. I love this mattress. No box spring either so it opened up space under my bed for storage. I bought this frame for it. My entire bed was cheaper than some people pay for a box spring, let alone a frame and mattress. It's insane how expensive beds can be.

u/Kevtavish · 1 pointr/Mattress

Zinus 14 Inch SmartBase Mattress Foundation/Platform Bed Frame/Box Spring Replacement/Quiet Noise-Free/Maximum Under-bed Storage, Queen https://www.amazon.com/dp/B006MIUM20/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_cLWExbZMZ0BP6


Would this be a good example? Sorry for pestering, I'm all so new to this and I don't want to get the wrong thing lol

u/PeanutTheKidnapper · 1 pointr/BuyItForLife

How about a folding bed frame and a memory foam mattress.

Bed frame

Mattress

u/MsBluffy · 1 pointr/primedaydeals

This is the same one, for $89 and prime eligible.

u/dontsmileatnazis · 1 pointr/personalfinance

You could probably get a dresser super cheap or even free on craigslist. Used beds don't seem like the greatest idea to me, but you could get something like this setup for not too much money. http://www.amazon.com/dp/B01N4N3QJ1
https://www.amazon.com/Zinus-SmartBase-Foundation-Replacement-Noise-Free/dp/B006MIUM20

u/val319 · 1 pointr/Mattress

Assuming you want reasonable to put it on without box springs. Zinus Shawn 14 Inch SmartBase Mattress Foundation / Platform Bed Frame / Box Spring Replacement / Quiet Noise-Free / Maximum Under-bed Storage, Queen https://www.amazon.com/dp/B006MIUM20/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_191xDbJMPA2ER otherwise the floor.

u/Jancy52 · 1 pointr/Frugal

Not everybody wants a wood frame. I use a metal platform under a standard mattress. It's lightweight and holds up to 700 pounds, and moves quickly and easily, it folds for shipping and arrived in one box weighing about 35 to 40 pounds. I got mine for under $100. I got rid of my box springs, and later will replace the mattress with memory foam mattress. What I like about this platform is there is 12" legs and this is more than enough storage area under the bed. I put it together with a screwdriver.

http://www.amazon.com/Sleep-Master-Platform-Mattress-Foundation/dp/B006MIUM20/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1408474711&sr=8-1&keywords=metal+platform+bed

u/CSD18 · 1 pointr/minimalism

I got one of these used for dirt cheap but I would have zero issue paying full price, it's been excellent. Great storage underneath and no squeaking or movement.