Architecture

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Handcrafted from steel and finished with a glossy powder-coating, our Architecture kids' bed adds industrial style and a pop of color to your child's bedroom. Choose the Tall profile for greater clearance between the side rails and the floor. No box spring required for either profile. Twin sizes available in standard profile only.

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Architecture King Bed
 
5.0

(based on 3 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Durable (3)
  • Great design (3)
  • No box spring needed (3)
  • Quality construction (3)

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Primary bed (3)

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    5.0

    In LOVE with this bed!

    By vadesigner

    from VA

    Style Classic/traditional, Eclectic, Minimalist, Modern/contemporary, Transitional

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Durable
    • Good Height
    • Great Color
    • Great design
    • No box spring needed
    • Quality construction

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Guest Bed
      • Kids Room
      • Primary Bed

      Customer comments about Architecture Queen Bed:

      The high sheen color on the steel makes for an incredible depth of color. The blue is just rich enough without being navy. I went with the higher bed verses the standard lower version. The higher bed with a standard mattress (bed doesn't take a box spring) is in line with what most bedside tables and beds are from a traditional design perspective. The lower version is more suitable for the lower profile modern bedsides that are on the market these days. I did order the coordinating mattress boards from Room and Board and am thrilled with them as well.

      Service and delivery comments:

      The in home delivery was prompt and seamless.

      • I live in a:
      • House
      • This product is used in my:
      • Master bedroom, Primary bedroom

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      5.0

      White Architecture king bed

      By Jkhors

      from Tampa, Fl

      Style Mid-century modern, Modern/contemporary

      Pros

      • Clean Lines Nice Height
      • Durable
      • Great design
      • No box spring needed
      • Quality construction

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Primary Bed

        Customer comments about Architecture Queen Bed:

        I am in love with this bed! The height from the floor gives the room a very airy feel. My husband complains on a lack of headboard, but we had to get rid of our upholstered bed because the headboard was ruined by my kids. It is very strong and my husband can do tons of pull-ups with the upper rail and not one squeak was heard. Go for it if you are thinking about buying this bed. Delivery was easy and very patient with 4 kids running around.

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        • House
        • This product is used in my:
        • Primary bedroom

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        5.0

        Streamlined and Stunning

        By Vintage Marries Modern

        from Houston

        Style Eclectic

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Durable
        • Great design
        • No box spring needed
        • Quality construction

        Cons

        • Finish scratches easily

        Best Uses

        • Primary Bed

        Customer comments about Architecture Queen Bed:

        After having an antique iron bed, we were ready for a change. I love that this bed is so heavy and sturdy, it feels like it could last like our antique bed. Its sparse style and simple lines make an impact and leave room for creativity with the bedding. The canopy gives a nod to romance, while the bed has a modern and clean aesthetic. We are very pleased.

        Service and delivery comments:

        Because we ordered a custom color, and the taller size, we had to wait some time for delivery, but the staff was extremely helpful and kept us informed on the delivery status. When the bed arrived with a scratch, the delivery staff was extremely helpful and we were able to resolve the issue to our satisfaction with no fuss, and great support from customer service. I can't speak highly enough of the staff.

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        • This product is used in my:
        • Primary bedroom

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        • Architecture Queen Bed

          Q:

          What is the height difference between the tall and standard architecture queen bed? Is it the total height or the height of the mattress off the ground?
          Asked on 5/27/2014 by Melissa from United States

          1 answer

          • Employee Review

            A:

            The mattress on the tall version sits 16.5” from the floor, whereas the mattress on the standard height bed will sit 12.5” from the floor. Both beds are the same overall 80” height.

            Answered on 5/29/2014 by Design Associate from Room & Board
        • Architecture Queen Bed

          Q:

          How does this bed come apart? I need to move apartments and am not sure if this is something I can do myself, i.e. if it requires a lot of tools
          Asked on 2/5/2014 by Devi from San Francisco, CA

          1 answer

        • Architecture Queen Bed

          Q:

          Is the powder finish resistant to scratching? The height of my bedroom door is 80". My concern is the door opens from a hall and will have to go into the room on an angle. Will it fit?
          Asked on 11/1/2013 by Moving to modern from Lafayette, LA

          1 answer

        • Architecture Queen Bed

          Q:

          What is the height of the top of the "headboard" rail?
          Asked on 10/13/2013 by Noaagirl

          1 answer

          • Employee Review

            A:

            On the Architecture bed, the measurement from the floor to the top of the highest horizontal bar behind the pillow is approximately 33 inches.

            Answered on 10/14/2013 by Design Associate from Room & Board
        • Architecture Twin Bed

          Q:

          Does this bed come in one piece? My doors are not as wide as the bed but if it is assembled on delivery this should not be a problem.
          Asked on 9/14/2013 by Hannah

          1 answer

          • Employee Review

            A:

            We deliver all of our beds in pieces and then assemble them in home. You will have a headboard, footboard, side rails and slats.

            Answered on 9/14/2013 by Design Associate from Room & Board
        • Architecture Queen Bed

          Q:

          How much does the bed weigh (Queen size)? It will be going into an upstairs bedroom and I worry about the weight of the bed.
          Asked on 7/6/2013 by BT from Atlanta, GA

          1 answer

          • Employee Review

            A:

            The Architecture queen bed weighs approximately 200 lbs.

            Answered on 7/8/2013 by Design Associate from Room & Board
        • Architecture Twin Bed

          Q:

          Can I use the parson trundle bed with the twin architecture bed in white
          Asked on 7/1/2013 by K from Nyc

          1 answer

          • Employee Review

            A:

            With an under bed clearance of 9.5", our Parsons Trundle w/ mattress at 7.5" will be a tight fit because of the side rail brackets under the bed. The larger bed sizes in both Tall or Standard styles have a greater under bed clearance and would better accommodate the trundle. The trundle would also fit well under our Parsons twin bed in white.

            Answered on 7/2/2013 by Design Associate from Room & Board
        • Architecture Queen Bed

          Q:

          Can a boxspring and mattress be used with this bed?
          Asked on 6/13/2013 by renee

          1 answer

          • Employee Review

            A:

            All Room & Board beds are designed to accommodate a mattress only, creating a clean, modern look. Adding a box spring makes the overall height very tall and may cover most of the headboard. The steel slat support system eliminates the need for a separate foundation. If you still prefer using a box spring, consider the Standard Profile Architecture bed which is lower to the floor than the Tall version.

            Answered on 6/13/2013 by Design Associate from Room & Board
        • Architecture King Bed

          Q:

          Hi - How does the silver version of the Architecture Bed compare to the Portica Bed's finish? Thanks!
          Asked on 6/11/2013 by Luka from Los Angeles, CA

          1 answer

          • Employee Review

            A:

            The silver powder-coat finish is smooth to the touch and has a slightly metallic sheen. Our stainless steel Portica bed has a brushed, matte-satin surface with visible grain, lending a subtle texture.

            Answered on 6/11/2013 by Design Associate from Room & Board
        • Architecture Queen Bed

          Q:

          Do you do custom colors? Your navy appears closer to a royal blue than a true navy. Do you provide color swatches for the paint colors just as you do for wood finishes?
          Asked on 5/29/2013 by Contemporary Grandma from Carmel, In.

          1 answer

          • Employee Review

            A:

            We offer the Architecture Bed in the 9 colors shown, plus classic natural steel. Yes, our navy does lean more towards royal blue. You can view and order free material cards here: http://www.roomandboard.com/rnb/swatchlist/list.do?tab=material Scroll down to 'Colors' to see the powder coat color samples. If you prefer, just give give us a call and we can get cards sent right out to you. 800.301.9720

            Answered on 5/29/2013 by Design Associate from Room & Board
        • Architecture Queen Bed

          Q:

          How much weight will the Architecture Bed hold?
          Asked on 5/29/2013 by Charles from Florida

          1 answer

          • Employee Review

            A:

            This bed frame is made from remarkably strong materials and wouldn't have weight limitations if used as a bed. Small and larger sleepers alike will be well supported and not need to worry about the stability of the bed frame.

            Answered on 5/29/2013 by Design Associate from Room & Board
        • Architecture Queen Bed

          Q:

          Most people have a mattress and box springs. Can you weld an extra bar across the top of the headboard for the Architecture Bed so we can use the box springs too?
          Asked on 5/29/2013 by Charles from Florida

          1 answer

          • Employee Review

            A:

            We don't have an option to change the bed frame design. We realize box springs are common so let us know if you have more questions about our slat support system and sleeping without a box spring.

            Answered on 5/29/2013 by Design Associate from Room & Board
        • Architecture Queen Bed

          Q:

          How many pieces does the product come in (trying to see if it will fit through our doors)?

          Is it easy to assemble?

          Many thanks.
          Asked on 5/25/2013 by Furniture

          1 answer

          • Employee Review

            A:

            The 80"high head and footboard are large pieces welded at the corners, so it is smart to consider fit into your home. But the frame does come apart and the side rails at top and bottom are easy to connect, which we would do upon delivery. Our fit guide should help as you consider how to measure your space: http://www.roomandboard.com/images/pdf/Fit_Guide.pdf

            Answered on 5/25/2013 by Design Associate from Room & Board
        • Architecture Queen Bed

          Q:

          What color are the bed's side rails in the architecture color series? I understand the Portico has raw steel side rails that can be seen in the product pics.
          Asked on 5/23/2013 by Marcus

          1 answer

          • Employee Review

            A:

            The side rails on all of our steel beds in colors are powder-coated to match the bed.

            Answered on 5/24/2013 by Design Associate from Room & Board
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