Bed frame includes an adjustable base height feature for 6.5" or 11"
Weight limit is 225lbs
Dimensions (Overall): 39.5 inches (H) x 41.5 inches (W) x 77.5 inches (D)
Material: Metal (Frame)
Weight: 38.5 pounds
Metal Finish: Bronze
Required, Not Included: Mattress
Footboard Height: 27.5 inches
Footboard Width: 41.5 inches
Footboard Depth: 2.0 inches
Box spring required: Yes
Care & Cleaning: Spot or wipe clean
Warranty: 1 year limited warranty. To obtain a copy of the manufacturer's or supplier's warranty for this item prior to purchasing the item, please call Target Guest Services at 1-800-591-3869
Item Number (DPCI): 249-23-2217
The Room & Joy Bali Metal Bed Twin/Full/Queen combines simple lines with bold, modern style. A horizontal bar pattern decorates the metal headboard and footboard of this bed, giving you a perfect place to prop your feet and prop your pillow, and topped off by a gently swooping top bar for an eye-catching geometric flourish. This sturdy metal bed is finished in a gorgeous neutral brushed bronze that is sure to look lovely with any sort of bedding and decor. Simple assembly required.
I was told it won't wobble, and is steady. I thought it was a good deal but turns out it was not. The bed frame keeps making noise along with the box spring which I also bought from Target. I am very disappointed.
My husband and I recently purchased this bed frame from Target online. The reviews for the item were so-so, but we decided to order the frame because there were a couple of decent reviews. We received the bed frame and my husband quickly and easily assembled the frame. When we first slept on the bed, we both really liked the frame. The bed is up higher and seemed to have quality support. I don't know what went wrong but within a week, the legs on the bed frame began to buckle. The middle side leg completely bent after a week and anytime I would get into or out of bed, the entire frame would wobble and rock. When rolling over in bed, you can actually feel the bed creaking and it sounds like it is going to come apart. Additionally, we have hardwood floors and the bed walks across the floor. Simply getting in and out of bed or turning over in bed, causes the bed to shift along the hardwood floors and by the morning, the headboard is a good foot away from the wall where we started the night before. Our last bed frame was the same style and material, so I am not sure why this frame is having so many issues. We are not large people, so there is no reason the bed frame should be falling apart in less than two weeks. I am 6 months pregnant with our first child and this bed frame is incredibly unsafe. I get up around 5 times a night to use the restroom (again being pregnant) and each time I get in or out of bed, I worry my side of the frame will give out causing injury. I contacted Target customer support (we will see how that goes), but I wanted to write a review for anyone who is considering purchasing this bed frame.