Birlea Rio Single Pine Bed Frame

Birlea Rio Single Pine Bed Frame
£99.97 £129.99Web saving £30
Key Facts:
  • Solid pine with antique wax finish
  • Low footend
  • Pine slatted base
  • Bedstead max height 85cm

L200cm x W99cm x H85cm

  • FREE day of choice delivery
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Crafted from solid pine timbers and featuring an antique wax finish, the Birlea Rio single bed frame will create a traditional rustic feel in your bedroom.

It has a chunky design and features a stylish panelled headboard and a low foot board that helps to enhance the feeling of space in smaller bedrooms.

Using durable timbers sourced from eco friendly forests, its antique wax finish lifts the grain of the wood, creating a distinctive rustic appearance.

Its pine slatted base provides a strong and sturdy foundation for your mattress.

Designed with durability and cost in mind, the Birlea Rio is a robust and very affordable single bed frame.

Please note that all bed frames are self assembly and priced without a mattress.

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Review posted on for Birlea Rio Single Pine Bed Frame

Excellent product, easy to build

Review posted on for Birlea Rio Single Pine Bed Frame

The bed leg was clearly damaged and could be seen through the badly ripped packaging. I put it to the side no one would see. The headboard was split in two places but it was at the back and when bolted to the frame was secure enough

Review posted on for Birlea Rio Single Pine Bed Frame

Perfect for my child, great quality for the money

Review posted on for Birlea Rio Single Pine Bed Frame

I immediately had to add another brace (£1.15 from B&Q, why didn't the bed already have one?) down the centre of the slats (as is common with most slatted beds) to spread the loading, as I really didn't trust the bed to support me as it was (I only weigh 11 stone.) Also the slats are not long enough, and there is a gap at each end of each slat where they should be fully resting on the side supports (one of which was not correctly screwed into the slot, and I had to take it off and reposition and glue it.) At the weekend I plan to take up all the slats and relay them with closer spacing, as I don't think that the current arrangement is nearly strong enough, and that will mean buying a few more slats. I will also be putting in some corner braces to square up the bed, as there is nothing to do that at the moment. Also the instructions insist, at every stage, that no power tools are used as it will damage the bed: that's just completely stupid; I'm not going to put furniture together with HAND TOOLS. If the product isn't strong enough to cope with an electric screwdriver, then it's not fit for purpose and shouldn't be on sale. I bought a bed online as I expected it to be much better quality than I could have made myself, and it would also save me time, but I should have bought some timber and knocked one up myself, saving time AND money.


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