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#310932 1-Dec-2023 02:56
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Hey all,

Currently looking for a new bedframe as the movers kinda destroyed the middle beam support for my current frame. Kinda worried for it. It's a double sized bed frame I need.

It was hard to find bed frame suggestions on this sub compared to mattress suggestions or reviews.

Do you all have any suggestions for bed bases? I've looked at ecosa zen bed base and it looks great but somewhat pricy. I do prefer no headboards if possible.

Thanks all.

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  #3166713 1-Dec-2023 08:39
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To be honest I would just try and find the most solid looking timber bed frame I could find on FB/TradeMe and get that. They are usually pretty over-priced unless you are buying them in a set with a mattress


 
 
 

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  #3166722 1-Dec-2023 09:18
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Got a Yona cardboard bed base with Ecosa's california king ~3 months ago

 

 

 

Pros:

 

Quiet when doing the deed

 

Price

 

Pretty stable overall

 

 

 

Cons:

 

Vacuuming around honeycomb structure is tricky

 

Honeycomb structure leaves indents on carpet

 

No storage under

 

Somewhat tricky to setup but overall faster than wood frame

 

 

 

Overall - happy with it. Time will tell how long it lasts, but I don't expect as much as timber one. 


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  #3166829 1-Dec-2023 16:22
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Thanks for the suggestions guys. Will look into it. Yona does seem very interesting for what it does, though I worry about how cardboard will attract moisture with how humid Auckland gets at times.

 

Saw another post on here that mentioned Good Wood Slat Bed and it looks really good for the price too.




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  #3166837 1-Dec-2023 16:48
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Coastwood are the last main manufacturer of NZ made furniture

 

Here is a link to there bed frames

 

https://coastwoodfurniture.co.nz/collections/queen-beds

 

Sold a lot of them over the years and are well worth a look


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  #3166838 1-Dec-2023 16:55
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Ecosa actually have some good quality bed frames - we have the Rise Bed Frame (Super King) and I have to say it is the easiest bedframe I have ever put together. And I am spoilt by IKEA.

 

Ecosa have taken ease of assembly to the next level. No screws, no need for any tools and you and a partner can put it together in minutes.

 

A big plus that the bed frames aren't some composite material with a wood veneer, but solid wood.





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  #3167032 1-Dec-2023 20:56
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Sinuation:

 

Thanks for the suggestions guys. Will look into it. Yona does seem very interesting for what it does, though I worry about how cardboard will attract moisture with how humid Auckland gets at times.

 

Saw another post on here that mentioned Good Wood Slat Bed and it looks really good for the price too.

 

 

 

 

Yeah that's my concern too - esp condensation form under the bed, floor, etc. That said I've never seen cardboard box collapse just because it's in Auckland :D


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  #3167048 1-Dec-2023 23:35
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I went all-in on Ecosa earlier this year and got a Rise frame (King) a basic Ecosa mattress and a memory foam pillow. All are great. The frame is excellent, very nice Ash timber and well made. A clever small shelf behind the headboard and a rubber bumper for where it rests against the wall.
My only complaint was the metal bed frames would make a small click noise in their brackets, remedied very well with some foam tape inside each bracket. Cheers.



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  #3168037 4-Dec-2023 16:16
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Thanks very much guys, I appreciate all the input. Might jump into this ecosa sale.

 

I am still open to hearing if anyone else has any input.


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