If you are looking for ideas on incorporating this low platform bed within your loft space or modern bedroom – just take a look at our pinterest boards. Looking for ideas on how to style the Oregon bed? Take a look at our blog – the Platform Bed – The Focus of A Modern Bedroom. Click on the main image and the detail shots to view all the images in larger sizes.
All our wooden beds are fitted with sprung beech slats for extra comfort and to increase the life of your mattress. If you need a new mattress, we have an excellent selection of Memory foam and Latex mattresses which are ideal to use with this bed.
Every bed is made to order – approximate lead time: 6 weeks & delivery (this can be 6+ weeks during peak ordering periods). If you need your bed for a specific date, please contact us. To find out more about ordering a bed from Natural Bed Company please take a look at our blog!
overall length: 230cm for 200cm long mattress; 220cm for 190cm long mattress – see Mattress page for mattress sizes.
overall width: 30cm wider than nominal size, e.g. a 150cm Oregon is 180cm wide
height to top of bed slats: 17cm
height to top of headboard: 60cm
approx. self assembly time: 50 minutes
Lacquer Finish: We have changed our wood lacquer finish from ‘clear’ to ‘natural’. Our new ‘natural’ lacquer finish has been named for it’s clarity, it allows you to appreciate the myriad colours and subtle variations in tone of natural timber. It retains a subtle, soft sheen which protects the timber from grease marks and some stains. To find out more please take a look at our blog – New Lacquer Finish.
Our prices include delivery on the UK mainland.
Within the Sheffield area we deliver with our own vehicle.
Outside the Sheffield area we use a carrier. When your order is ready we’ll phone you to discuss delivery arrangements. Delivery will be on an agreed weekday between 8am and 6pm. In some cases it may be possible to deliver on a Saturday in which case there will be a charge of £35, paid separately.
Email us for Worldwide shipping rates.
Self assembly is straightforward, no tools are required, but it is easier with two people. Link here to see the assembly instructions.