Portica

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Made by Minnesota artisans, our classic Portica kids' bed features modern stainless steel with a clean profile that works for toddlers or teens (and every age in between). Choose the Tall profile for greater clearance between the side rails and the floor. Twin sizes available in standard profile only. No box spring required for either profile.

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Portica

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Portica Queen Bed
 
4.5

(based on 37 reviews)

92%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Quality construction (30)
  • Great design (29)
  • Durable (27)
  • No box spring needed (24)

Cons

  • Difficult to make bed (3)

Best Uses

  • Primary bed (27)
  • Guest bed (12)
  • Kids room (4)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Modern/contemporary (25), Survivalist / minimalist (9), Eclectic (7), Mid-century modern (7), Classic/traditional (5)

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5.0

steel comfort

By clean lines

from Chicago, IL

Style Mid-century modern, Modern/contemporary

Verified Buyer

Pros

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

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Primary Bed

    Customer comments about Portica King Bed:

    The bed has a clean, clear airy look perfect for our second home in Florida.

    • I live in a:
    • House
    • This product is used in my:
    • Primary bedroom, Vacation/second home

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    5.0

    Great for all ages and any bedroom

    By Modern shopper

    from Orland Park

    Style Classic/traditional, Modern/contemporary

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

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

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Guest Bed
      • Kids Room
      • Primary Bed
      • Teenager Bed

      Customer comments about Portica Queen Bed:

      Fits any type of bedding! Color makes the room lighter! Easy to clean and maintain! My teenager loves it!

      • I live in a:
      • Townhouse
      • This product is used in my:
      • Guest bedroom, Home office

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      5.0

      Built like brick house; yet comfy

      By My first King bed

      from Philadelphia

      Style Classic/traditional, Modern/contemporary, Vintage

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Awesome
      • Beautiful Metal Frame
      • Easy Assembly

      Cons

      • None

      Best Uses

      • 6 Year Old Trampoline

      Customer comments about Portica King Bed:

      Great delivery team

      • I live in a:
      • Townhouse
      • This product is used in my:
      • Master Br

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      5.0

      Portica Queen Steel Tall Bed

      By Stainless Only

      from Tiburon

      Style Modern/contemporary

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

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

      Cons

      • Doesn't fit mattress

      Best Uses

      • Primary Bed

      Customer comments about Portica Queen Tall Bed:

      I have been eyeing this bed for a long time and finally bought it. It is perfectly matched with the Portica steel table I bought years ago and our aluminum chairs. Its simple, classic and will last forever. Looks great with linen beddings.

      We bought a foam bed for it and the foam fits slightly tight on the edges. Its new so not sure if the coating will eventually peel. It has not done so on the table.

      • I live in a:
      • Apartment/condo
      • This product is used in my:
      • Primary bedroom

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      5.0

      Perfect

      By San Diego Fan

      from San DIego, CA

      Pros

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Guest Bed

          Customer comments about Portica Queen Bed:

          I just got my bed yesterday- it looks great! I have to comment about the excellent delivery service. The two delivery men were really quick, neat, and efficient; it was the best delivery service I've ever experienced.

          • I live in a:
          • House
          • This product is used in my:
          • Guest bedroom

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          1.0

          Waste of money

          By disappointed

          from New York NY

          Pros

          • Great design

          Cons

          • Poor Quality
          • Squeaks

          Best Uses

          • Primary Bed

          Customer comments about Portica Queen Bed:

          I was so excited about buying this bed and replacing our previous creaky bed only to find this one is so much noisier and we wake up every time one of us moves in the night because it is just so creaky.
          I love the design and had such high hopes...it does look great and seems so sturdy and well made but for us it creaks whenever you roll, sit down or get up and ha done so from the first day.
          It might be that our heavy latex mattress is too much for it to deal with but either way we have to get rid of it and it is only a month old...the one we tried in the showroom was whisper quiet and didn't make a sound. Big waste of money for us unfortunately.

          • I live in a:
          • Apartment/condo

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          5.0

          Good choice

          By Furnishing a new house

          from Florida

          Style Modern/contemporary

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Good Looking Sturdy
          • No box spring needed

          Cons

          • No cons

          Best Uses

          • Fits Well In A Small Room
          • Guest Bed

          Customer comments about Portica Queen Bed:

          I have a small guest room but want to put a queen size bed in it. This bed is a very good choice. It does not overwhelm the room but is good looking

          • I live in a:
          • House
          • This product is used in my:
          • Guest bedroom

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          5.0

          Impressed

          By Skeptic

          from Seatte, WA

          Style Modern/contemporary

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

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

          Cons

          • None

          Best Uses

          • Primary Bed

          Customer comments about Portica Queen Tall Bed:

          Good sized, heavier gauge frame. Went up in a breeze and is very sturdy.

          • I live in a:
          • Apartment/condo
          • This product is used in my:
          • Primary bedroom

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          4.0

          Love the bed

          By solid made

          from Marin County, Ca

          Style Eclectic, Mid-century modern, Minimalist, Modern/contemporary

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Durable
          • No box spring needed
          • Quality construction

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Primary Bed

            Customer comments about Portica King Bed:

            We love this bed. It's modern and sturdy and beautiful.

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

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            (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

             
            4.0

            chic and elegant!

            By H&H

            from Jersey City

            Style Minimalist

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

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

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Primary Bed

              Customer comments about Portica Queen Bed:

              The room&board's Portica bed is delightful to look at and to sleep on!
              Love at first sight because it's clean lines and material "stainless" and it's sturdy weight. Our bed is king size and it truly perfected our bedroom.
              I can see this bed works for both classic and modern minimalist's taste.
              Delivery was excellent service too!

              • I live in a:
              • Apartment/condo
              • This product is used in my:
              • Primary bedroom

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              • Portica Queen Bed

                Q:

                I am 6' 6" and therefore I do not want the top of the footboard to protrude higher than the top of my mattress. I understand that the depth from the platform to the top of the footboard is 11.5" but my mattress is just under 11 inches high. Can I place a board or other type of platform between the frame and under the mattress to raise the height of the mattress, or is that not recommended? Do you sell something like this? Thanks
                Asked on 6/29/2014 by Tall person

                1 answer

              • Q:

                Can this bed be customized with
                no footboard
                Asked on 6/15/2014 by L from Ny

                1 answer

                • DESIGN ASSOCIATE

                  A:

                  The footboard is part of the bed construction and is necessary to support the side rails and platform slats.

                  Answered on 6/16/2014 by Design Associate from Room & Board
              • Portica Queen Bed

                Q:

                What is the difference between the Portica in silver and the Parsons bed in silver?
                Asked on 5/27/2014 by New Homeowner

                1 answer

                • DESIGN ASSOCIATE

                  A:

                  Portica is always stainless steel. The Parsons collection in Silver is natural steel powder-coated in a silver color.

                  Answered on 5/27/2014 by Design Associate from Room & Board
              • Portica Queen Tall Bed

                Q:

                I plan on picking up the bed, can you tell me the dimensions of the box or packaging?
                Asked on 1/18/2014 by Mike

                1 answer

                • DESIGN ASSOCIATE

                  A:

                  The bed will not be boxed. The components will be wrapped individually, consisting of a headboard (61” x 47”), a footboard (61” x 27”), 12 steels slats and 2 side rails (not quite 7’ long). The headboard and footboard do not break down into smaller pieces.

                  Answered on 1/20/2014 by Design Associate from Room & Board
              • Portica Queen Bed

                Q:

                I have a latex mattress that requires bed slats 2-3 inches apart. I understand the Portica bed slats are 4.5 inches apart. Do you have any suggestions on how to adjust? Thank you!
                Asked on 1/13/2014 by Bed shopper from Los Angeles, CA

                1 answer

                • DESIGN ASSOCIATE

                  A:

                  You may order an additional set of steel slats so they can be closer together. You may also want to consider a Platform Board. This would provide the most consistent support and would meet the requirements for your particular mattress.
                  http://www.roomandboard.com/rnb/product/detail.do?productGroup=5061

                  Answered on 1/14/2014 by Design Associate from Room & Board
              • Q:

                My wife and I are considering in purchasing this bed. Our only concern is from what reviewers are saying about the bed making creaking noises when there is movement. Has this issue been addressed and if so, how? Thanks in advance
                Asked on 10/29/2013 by Room and Board Fan from New York

                1 answer

                • DESIGN ASSOCIATE

                  A:

                  The Portica Bed is steel and uses a slot system for assembly instead of screws, so there should not be movement in the frame. Sometimes, however, the steel slats under the mattress can rub against the steel frame creating a creaking noise. For this reason, we do offer small felt pads for our bed frames during delivery.

                  Answered on 10/29/2013 by Design Associate from Room & Board
              • Portica King Bed

                Q:

                Please, tell me what the tallest mattress can you recommend for Portica bed that the mattress will not shown above the top of the foot frame. Thank you.
                Asked on 10/20/2013 by Minimalist from Long Island, NY

                1 answer

                • DESIGN ASSOCIATE

                  A:

                  The distance between the top of the footboard and the mattress platform is 11.5".

                  Answered on 10/21/2013 by Design Associate from Room & Board
              • Portica Queen Bed

                Q:

                I live in an old house, & I'm concerned that this bed might not fit up my staircase. The staircase is rather narrow with a curved corner. Is the platform frame a solid piece, or is it assembled on site? I'm interested in the outer frame itself, not just the slats.
                Thank you,
                Asked on 10/13/2013 by red devil from washington, dc

                1 answer

                • DESIGN ASSOCIATE

                  A:

                  The outer frame consists of the headboard, footboard and steel side rails as separate pieces. The bed is then assembled in the room.

                  Answered on 10/14/2013 by Design Associate from Room & Board
              • Portica Queen Bed

                Q:

                Does the delivery fee to 92262 include set up?
                Thanks
                Asked on 9/26/2013 by me

                1 answer

                • DESIGN ASSOCIATE

                  A:

                  Yes, regardless of your location, our delivery is always a full service, white glove delivery that includes assembly and placement of your furniture, and removal of packaging.

                  Answered on 9/26/2013 by Design Associate from Room & Board
              • Portica Queen Bed

                Q:

                Does the Portica have an option for a headboard only in king?
                Asked on 9/24/2013 by Tony

                1 answer

                • DESIGN ASSOCIATE

                  A:

                  All of our beds, including the Portica collection, are only sold as entire beds. We do not sell headboards alone. If you have other questions, feel free to contact any of our Design Associate at 800.301.9720.

                  Answered on 9/24/2013 by Design Associate from Room & Board
              • Portica Queen Bed

                Q:

                Does this style come in king size?
                Asked on 9/19/2013 by Mary

                1 answer

                • DESIGN ASSOCIATE

                  A:

                  The Portica bed is available in all sizes, Twin, Full, Queen, King and California King.
                  To see the other sizes, Under SIZE, click on the orange arrow pointing downward. From there, you’ll see a scrollable menu of the sizes. Just click on the size you are interested in for more details.

                  Answered on 9/19/2013 by Design Associate from Room & Board
              • Portica Queen Bed

                Q:

                can i use a box spring with this bed and if so will it raise the whole bed so less of the headboard shows?
                Asked on 8/27/2013 by tanner from United States

                1 answer

                • DESIGN ASSOCIATE

                  A:

                  Room & Board Bed Frames are designed for use with a mattress only. Adding a box spring would reduce the exposure of the headboard and raise the overall mattress height.

                  Answered on 8/27/2013 by Design Associate from Room & Board
              • Portica Queen Bed

                Q:

                Hi,

                I have a few questions on the Portica queen bed. 1) I know that the side rails are steel but what about the slats...are they stainless or steel, too? 2) How many inches between the slats? 3) The bed is sized differently than a standard queen mattress...why is that? 4) I read that one reviewer on the canopy bed had rust on the steel rail, is this normal wear on the bed (they are pretty much the same bed minus the canopy)? Thank you!
                Asked on 8/5/2013 by None

                1 answer

                • DESIGN ASSOCIATE

                  A:

                  The slats are natural hot-rolled steel, spaced 4.5" apart on queen size. The interior dimensions are approximately 60.5"w x 81"d, so standard 60x80 queen mattresses fit well on the Portica bed. Stainless steel is not impervious to rust, but the high chromium content makes it highly resistant to corrosion.

                  Answered on 8/5/2013 by Design Associate from Room & Board
              • Portica Queen Bed

                Q:

                Hi,

                I have a question regarding the space between the bars at both the foot of the bed and the head (not the base slats). I realize that they might be the same. I have a low bed...

                Thank you.
                Asked on 7/19/2013 by None

                1 answer

                • DESIGN ASSOCIATE

                  A:

                  The opening between the bars on both the headboard and foot board is 8.5".

                  Answered on 7/19/2013 by Design Associate from Room & Board
              • Portica Queen Bed

                Q:

                Hi,

                My mattress is only 6-7 inches tall and 60x80 otherwise, will it fit comfortably in the bed frame and not slide around? Thank you.
                Asked on 7/19/2013 by ME

                1 answer

              • Portica Full Bed in Stainless Steel

                Q:

                What's the weignt of a full size Portica bed?
                Asked on 7/16/2013 by Stainless bed lover from western New York

                1 answer

                • DESIGN ASSOCIATE

                  A:

                  The Portica Full bed weighs approximately 150 lbs.

                  Answered on 7/17/2013 by Design Associate from Room & Board
              • Portica Queen Bed

                Q:

                Are the side rails on the Portica bed supposed to be stainless steel as well? I just had the bed delivered yesterday and the side rails are natural (or regular)steel. Not sure if it was a mistake or not. Thanks.
                Asked on 6/20/2013 by KC

                1 answer

                • DESIGN ASSOCIATE

                  A:

                  Yes, the side rails on the Portica Bed are natural steel, painted a dark grey.

                  Answered on 6/20/2013 by Design Associate from Room & Board
              • Portica Queen Bed

                Q:

                I am looking for a bed with the height of the Portica (under bed clearance of 11.5") but with a solid headboard (wood or fabric). Will either this company or the companies that makes the Copenhagen or Ella make something custom? The Webster just doesn't pull it off.
                Thank you
                Asked on 6/12/2013 by DebBD from Hoboken

                1 answer

              • Portica Queen Bed

                Q:

                can I purchase the headboard alone?
                Asked on 5/23/2013 by love your stuff from New York

                1 answer

                • DESIGN ASSOCIATE

                  A:

                  Our beds are only sold as a complete frame. The Portica headboard is designed to attach to our steel side rails.

                  Answered on 5/23/2013 by Design Associate from Room & Board
              • Portica Queen Bed

                Q:

                What's the difference between this bed and the Parsons? Just the finish?
                Asked on 5/19/2013 by Time for a new bed!

                1 answer

                • DESIGN ASSOCIATE

                  A:

                  The materials from which these are made is different. The Parsons bed in Natural Steel while the Portica bed is Stainless Steel. The Portica bed steel tubing is 1.5 inches square and Parsons measures 2 inches square.

                  Answered on 5/19/2013 by Design Associate from Room & Board
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