Average Rating: 4
On Jun 27, 2011
Comments: [...] It is very sturdy and nice design.
On Jun 27, 2011
Comments: Very attractive bed. Low, but I like that. Still room to store things under neath it, not too tall. Like the headboard cause you can lean up and watch TV.
By Mom of 2
On Jul 6, 2011
Comments: We bought this as my daughter's first big bed. We wanted something that will hopefully still work when she moves into her first apartment. So far it seems like a great choice.
On Jul 15, 2011
Comments: This is the first bed I've ever bought and I couldn't be more satisfied. It's rock solid, simple, attractive, and doesn't overwhelm my small bedroom. I like the actual bed even more than the picture. The headboard is not quite as curved as it looked online and thinner than I thought it would be. It also feels taller than I expected, but that's probably just because I'm so used to sleeping on a mattress on the floor. I was considering several less expensive beds from other stores, but in the end I'm so glad I went for quality.
On Jul 15, 2011
Comments: A simple yet elegant beauty that can stand well against my cherry furniture....I am in love! And made in the USA!!
On Aug 4, 2011
Comments: The bed frame is just as beautiful as we expected! It is much more durable and well-made than the bed frame it replaces, doesn't squeak, and has plenty of support down the middle (a problem with our old bed). It has sufficient support slats for our new premium triple-layered latex mattress, and this was one of the few frames that I could find that complied with the mattress manufacturer's requirements. The headboard is at a comfortable angle for reading in bed.I will continue to look to Room and Board for my furniture needs because of their small-fabricator, USA-made policies[...]
On Sep 4, 2011
Comments: We live in a 70s split-level and the bedrooms are small, with 8-foot ceilings. We bought this for our teenage son, and this bed fits his bedroom perfectly. It's a well-made piece of furniture for a really reasonable price.
By DC Modern Living
On Sep 19, 2011
Comments: We were not able to see this bed frame in person at the DC store, but I am glad we went with it. (They were able to send us more pictures from the Chicago store when we asked, as well as measurements on the inside of the frame so we could make sure our mattress was the appropriate size). I loved the Parsons frame but thought that frame would be too high and that frame has a bar at the foot of the bed. The Webster is a more regular height and has no foot board/foot bar, so your feet can easily hang over the end (good for taller people like my husband!) I was worried the numerous metal slats as the head board would be too busy but you hardly see them when the bed is made. It has a classic look and will go with everything (really, it will). Just make sure you measure your mattress size - we have about a 2 inch gap on each side, which I think is perfect. You don't really see the slats underneath with a 2 inch gap on each side and this leaves enough room to tuck in sheets.
By Alice Beeblebrox
On Oct 3, 2011
Comments: This bed very solidly built and fits perfectly in my small bedroom. My only problem with this bed is that it can be quite squeaky when I get in or out of bed.
On Oct 9, 2011
Comments: I really do like the look of this bed, however, it does have a few problems. There is about at least a 4 inch gap between where the mattress ends and the frame. When calling customer service they assured me that this was for tucking in bedding, but it is way too much space. Also, the bed is not meant to be used with a box spring, but unless you buy the bed platforms (which they dont recommend or suggest on the bed site) it is very difficult to make the bed and the sheets hang through to the floor. I still might buy the bed platforms to remedy this problem but it is an additional $150 that I was not planning on spending on this bed.
The beauty of natural steel lends a modern air to our Webster bed’s Arts and Crafts-inspired design. Hand-welded in a Minnesota steel shop, this bed features individually welded spindles and a gently arched headboard.
Details of Webster Queen Bed
- Dimensions: 61"w 87"d 39"h
- Headboard Height: 39"h
- Footboard Height: 14"h
- Floor to Bottom of Mattress: 12"h
- Underbed Clearance: 61"w 81"d 10"h
- Mattress Space: 60"w 81"d
- Construction: benchmade natural steel frame with hand-welded joinery
- Includes: complete bed frame and mattress support system; mattress not included
- Mattress Support: slats; eliminates the need for a box spring or foundation; platform boards available for mattresses requiring a solid surface
- Mattress Support Details: 12 steel 2"w 1"h slats
- Considerations: bed designed for a mattress only; box spring not recommended; mattress height of 13" or shorter creates the ideal bed proportions; shop our mattresses for a perfect fit
- Assembly: delivery includes assembly
- Product Origin: made in Minnesota
- Material Origin: United States
- Item Number: 498784
- Material: natural steel See full material details
- Finish: lacquer
- Material Description: Our natural steel is domestically sourced from 99% recycled raw materials and hand-selected for consistent color and texture. Hand-welding can create unique markings, as well as color change, due to the heating and shaping of the steel. Subtle variations in color, along with the individuality of each craftsmans work, ensure that no two pieces are alike.
$699 - $1,199