Sardinia Linen Fabric Upholstered Platform Bed


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Clean lines and soft style create a versatile bedroom centerpiece with Arkotec’s Sardinia Linen Fabric Upholstered Platform Bed, available in black, grey, or white. Eliminating the need for a box spring, the low-profile base with birchwood slats durably supports your mattress and allows air to circulate freely. Creating a modern, linear design, the horizontal lines across the 49-inch rectangular headboard create a tri-panel look, while high-quality linen fabric upholstery covers the fully-padded platform frame.


  • Tri-panel low-profile linen bed
  • Includes headboard, platform bed frame, and slats
  • Color: Black (Charcoal), Grey, or White (Ivory)
  • Size: Full or Queen
  • Material: Linen fabric upholstery/birchwood slats
  • Full Size Dimensions: 56” W x 79” L x 49” H
  • Queen Size Dimensions: 62” W x 84” L x 49” H
  • Headboard Height: 49” H
  • Features a tri-panel headboard with horizontal lines and linen fabric upholstery.
  • Constructed from high-quality materials and easily spot cleaned.
  • Fully upholstered bed with light padding in a modern low-profile silhouette.
  • Includes 13 heavy-duty birchwood slats; no box spring or foundation required.
  • Supported by block-style legs around the perimeter that partner with center support legs for structural stability.
  • Weight Capacity: 700lbs.
  • Mattress and bedding not included; available separately.
  • Not suited for adjustable beds
  • Assembly Required
  • Assembly in under 15 minutes. All hardware included and conveniently zipped up in the back of the headboard.
  • Each bed ships in 1 box for easy transport and fits through doorways, hallways, or stairwells.
  • Complete the sleep sanctuary of your dreams by upgrading your mattress to Thomasville’s Tranquility 12-Inch Gel Memory Foam Medium Mattress
  • Warranty: 1 year

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Perfect timing...couldn't be more happy with the delivery of my daughters new bed. Jay Weingart