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Bed frame recommendation
I have a wooden bed frame at the moment. It did the job for 3-4 years but all the poles in the middle of the frame gave up. This is causing the mattress and the boxspring to curve in the middle and me waking up with back pain. Its also making noise during sex. A couple of months ago i trying to fix it by adding wood poles to it. Again did the job for a couple of months now its curving again.

Now im thinking about a metal bed frame but im scared about the noise it will make during sex as i dont live alone. Anyone has recommendation regarding these?

Please share your experience and recommendations.
09-23-2016 01:24 PM
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RE: Bed frame recommendation
Get something like this. It doesn't have to be wood - I recommend one with a soft headboard

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It won't make noise or move around, is very stable, and looks classy. Some have drawers underneath

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09-23-2016 02:02 PM
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RE: Bed frame recommendation
I have this Ikea Malm bed frame, its nice but I'm getting rid of it for something lighter with a smaller foot print, something less of a hassle to move and put together.

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If I didnt see the occasional centipede crawl across my apartment floor I'd go back to mattress on the floor, I lived like that for years when I lived with roommates. It makes no noise during sex.
09-23-2016 02:14 PM
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A man's definition of safe sex is "having a padded headboard"
09-23-2016 02:19 PM
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Something you can tie your girl to. I've got a metal bed and it creeks if the bolts start working loose, but does the job.
09-23-2016 09:01 PM
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RE: Bed frame recommendation
(09-23-2016 01:24 PM)AtyourCervix Wrote:  I have a wooden bed frame at the moment. It did the job for 3-4 years but all the poles in the middle of the frame gave up. This is causing the mattress and the boxspring to curve in the middle and me waking up with back pain. Its also making noise during sex. A couple of months ago i trying to fix it by adding wood poles to it. Again did the job for a couple of months now its curving again.

Now im thinking about a metal bed frame but im scared about the noise it will make during sex as i dont live alone. Anyone has recommendation regarding these?

Please share your experience and recommendations.

I highly recommend this setup: http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/S79156588/.

It doesn't have any metal or wood parts, so it makes absolutely no noise. You can go as crazy as you want on this bed, there isn't going to be any sound coming out of it. It's also very minimal and I like minimal.
09-26-2016 07:29 AM
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This looks awsome! I have a boxspring, can i add it on top or this base act as a boxspring as well?
09-26-2016 10:12 AM
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I just put my matress on the floor. If I ever decide to get a frame, it would be a minimal but elegant platform frame like getdowntoit posted. Something with no possible moving/shaking parts
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09-26-2016 11:35 AM
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I have a bedframe made of cardboard. Sounds strange but it's awesome. Cheap, light and robust at the same time. Looks nice, too.
09-26-2016 04:15 PM
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RE: Bed frame recommendation
I have always wanted to have one of these thatched roof outdoor Balinese sales inside my bedroom.

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09-26-2016 05:15 PM
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I working the bedding industry.

You need strong wooden slats not more then 2" apart to support your mattress as some mattresses are quite heavy.

If you can go get these from Home Depot, etc then you can maybe repair your bed without buying a new one.

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09-27-2016 01:08 PM
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