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How to Care for Your Bed Frame

Man in bed with newspaper.
Written By
Parachute Team
Photographs By
Jessica Schramm for Parachute
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Our bed frame collection has arrived! We now offer three new pieces to complete the Parachute bedroom from feathers to frame. This collection was designed in-house and is made in the U.S. with superior quality. The Horizon, Dune and Canyon Bed Frames are each handmade with fully padded hardwood frames, reinforced joinery and tailored upholstery.

We wanted to share what we do best – textiles – so an upholstered collection made perfect sense. We selected three beautiful fabrics, a Linen Cotton Blend, Washed Linen and Faux Shearling to show you the softer side of furniture. 

How are the bed frames made?

All of our Bed Frames are made in Ohio from solid hardwood (plywood) and fabric that is sourced locally in the USA. A box spring is not required for any of our bed frames. All glues and adhesives used in the construction are water based, and the wood stains are VOC-free. You can rest easy knowing you are sleeping with quality, safe materials.

Woman stretching as she gets out of bed.

What is the best way to clean your bed frame?

We understand that sometimes spills, stains and dust build up occur. Our cleaning treatment for each bed frame is simple, safe and easy to do. For the upholstery, we recommend using a damp cloth to spot treat when needed. Make sure not to oversaturate the fabric with liquid. Blot (don't rub) any stains and let dry completely before taking further action. In terms of wood care, we recommend using a damp cloth to wipe down the legs when needed.