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6 Bed Frames We Love

6 Bed Frames We Love
Written By
Sarah Beaumont
Photographs By
Nicole LaMotte for Parachute
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It’s one of the questions we get asked most often: “When will you make a bed frame to pair with my Parachute bedding and mattress?” The time is now: Make a statement before you even make the bed with one of our sophisticated frames, created in collaboration with L.A.’s finest furniture designers, Chris Earl and Lawson-Fenning. Their clean lines and sophisticated silhouettes elevate an entire room. Get the details on our furniture collections, plus a roundup of our other favorite frames…

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Handmade Wood Bed Frame, by Parachute

Our first-ever furniture piece is made in collaboration with Chris Earl. Handcrafted in Los Angeles using sustainable American hardwoods, this bed frame is a study in modern simplicity. “I met Chris at a conference and was immediately drawn to his elegant approach to design,” said Ariel Kaye, Founder and CEO of Parachute. “We feature several of his handcrafted ceramic and furniture pieces in The Parachute Hotel, so collaborating on the Handmade Wood Bed Frame was a natural next step.” Bonus: It requires no assembly tools, delivering on our commitment to providing an easier, more enjoyable way to shop for your home. Handmade Wood Bed Frame


Ojai Bed, by Lawson-Fenning for Parachute

The Ojai Bed is crafted in partnership with our L.A. neighbors, Lawson-Fenning. Known for their vintage-modern furniture and home goods, this California roundover bed frame will be the centerpiece of your bedroom. Inspired by the raw, natural beauty of Southern California each bed frame is handcrafted from white oak and features a cozy upholstered linen headboard that complements Parachute’s entire neutral assortment. Ojai Bed


Platform Bed, by Floyd

Minimalist furniture isn’t hard to find – minimalist furniture that’s made well is a different story. Enter Floyd. This Detroit-based manufacturer has mastered a perfectly understated bed frame. Their claim to fame is a low platform-style frame made with birch panels, steel supports and tensioning straps (no assembly tools required). Its modular design makes it an exceptionally worthwhile investment. Want a larger bed? Just order another panel and add it to your existing frame, no nuts and bolts needed. Platform Bed

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Mid-Century Bed, by West Elm

When it comes to bedroom furniture, you can’t go wrong with the classics. The West Elm Mid-Century Modern Bed, made of solid eucalyptus wood, is inspired by the iconic furniture design of the 1950s and ‘60s. Its high headboard and tapered legs cast a striking impression while a neutral color works for any room. For a less expensive alternative, peep Living Spaces. Mid-Century Bed

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Sera Headboard, by Article

If a headboard is more your vibe, then have a look at the Sera Headboard from Article. Made of Kiln dried solid wood and upholstery options including sumptuous Italian leather, low-pile velvet and soft linen-blend fabric – it’s a top seller at the direct-to-consumer furniture brand. Sera enables you to build the dark and moody chambers of your dreams, or to trend toward something graceful and plush. It turned Top Chef Richard Blais’ bedroom into a calm oasis where he could spend time with family – and they have great taste. Sera Headboard

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Nest Storage Bed, by Design Within Reach

The Nest Storage Bed combines functionality and luxury in seamless harmony. An inconspicuous strap lifts to provide invaluable storage space under the mattress – who doesn’t need more of that in their life? The frame also features a fabric shell that can be easily removed for dry cleaning. Plush exterior + storage hack + smart design = a worthwhile investment for your home. Nest Storage Bed