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Fancy trying a Menage-a-Trois Leather Bed?

There’s no harm in adding a bit of spice to your bedroom with a Ménage-a-Trois faux leather bed frame, but the main purpose of a 6ft wide bed is to provide two people with additional sleeping surface.

It can easily accommodate three people if required, but why not treat yourself to some extra width, even a king size only allows you 2ft 6 each. That’s only 6″ wider than a baby’s cot.

Ok, the Ménage-a-Trois is not a real leather bed frame, but why pay the expensive price that comes with real leather when you can have a choice of modern faux leather bed frames for a fraction of the price.

At Archers, we offer a wide selection of sale faux leather bed frames from diamante bling to traditional sleigh faux leather bed frames.

We have something to suit most people’s tastes and budgets from cheap faux leather bed frames to ottoman bedsteads, offering maximum storage below the mattress.

The Birlea Brooklyn is our best buy faux leather bed frame and comes in black, brown and white and features a high padded headboard, a low footboard and rests on wooden feet.

If leather’s not for you, take a look at the rest of our super king size bed frame collection that includes metal bed frames wooden bed frames and contemporary fabric bed frames too.

The metal bed frames finishes include black, brown, cream, ivory and nickel, where as the wooden offers cherry, oak, pine, walnut and white.

Upholstered fabric beds are extremely popular now, thanks to TV shows like 60 minute makeover and are available in black, brown, cream, ivory, steel, mink, charcoal, fudge and chocolate.

If you do fancy a super king size faux leather bed frame, take advantage of the Ménage-a-Trois. It’s on offer for the price of a double bed frame, so not only are you gaining more length, it’s also a lot wider too. Size matters.

Menage A Trois Faux Leather Bed Frame

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