Kevin Charles Bunky Boards
Kevin Charles Standard 9" Foundation
Serta 9" Foundation
Serta 5" Low-profile Foundation
Sealy 5" Low-profile Foundation
Kevin Charles Standard 5" Low-profile Foundation
Beautyrest Common 5.5" Low-profile Foundation
Beautyrest Silver 5.5" Low-profile Foundation
Sealy 9" Foundation
Tempur-flat Low Profile 5" Foundation
Tempur-flat Ultra-low Bunky Boards
Beautyrest Common 9" Foundation
Purple Gray Foundation
Serta Icomfort2020 5" Low-profile Foundation
Serta Icomfort2020 9" Foundation
Scott Living 5.5" Low-profile Foundation
Scott Living 9" Foundation
Black Class Foundation 5" Low-profile Foundation
Black Class Foundation 9" Foundation
Beautyrest Silver 9" Foundation
Tempur-flat High Profile 9" Foundation
Tempur-flat Low Profile Gray 5.5" Low-profile Foundation
Tempur-flat High Profile Gray 9" Foundation
So you’ve found your dream mattress and your bedroom furniture shopping is almost complete. From the matching dresser and mirror set to the side chair you’ve always wanted, everything is coming together perfectly. But before you can put the finishing touch on the room, you have to invest in a quality bed base. In essence, a bed foundation is anything that provides support and raises or houses your mattress. Foundations usually consists of a wooden frame and slats and are an essential part of your bedroom decor. Let’s take a look at a few common inquiries that may make your shopping experience here at City Furniture easier.
Ah, the age old question. Here’s a quick breakdown to make the difference clear.
Box Spring: A wooden-framed box with supporting coils or “springs” inside. Box springs are excellent bases for innerspring mattresses since they help distribute the weight of the mattress evenly. Note: The majority of box springs sit on a metal bed frame.
Foundation: These are more firm bases than box springs because they’re spring-less, which makes them the perfect base for your foam or hybrid mattress.
While putting your mattress on the floor is an option, it is an eye-sore that takes away from the look and feel of your bedroom. Having a foundation provides airflow to your mattress, aids comfortable sleep by providing support and prevents your mattress from sagging. The foundation helps you protect your investment in your beloved mattress.
Bunky boards are created to work with traditional metal frames and provide support to beds being used without a foundation. In summary, it is a thick, durable piece of plywood that’s used to make box springs more firm and supportive.
At City Furniture, we are proud to feature box springs, foundations and even adjustable bases for any type of mattress. Whether you need a king bed foundation for your master bedroom or a queen bed foundation for your guest room, you’ve come to the right place to find exceptional value at the best price in the industry.