Zinus Compack Smart Bed Frame
We’ve reinvented the bed frame with the Zinus Compack Smart Bed Frame, uniquely designed to durably support your box spring and mattress. Made with strong and dependable steel, the center support bar and unique multiple-leg construction ensure superior stability for any size bed.
Recessed legs are thoughtfully designed to keep you from stubbing your toes when getting in and out of bed. And you can even secure your favorite standard-sized headboard to it with its attached brackets. The Compack Bed Frame’s assembly is about as easy as they come, requiring only a few steps to complete.
Plus, we give you all the tools and instructions needed to do it, along with a 5-year warranty for longterm peace of mind. It’s available in two versatile colors so putting one in every bedroom will be a snap.
- Reliable Support for your Box Spring & Mattress: The dependable Compack bed frame features solid steel construction, multiple legs and a center support beam that you can rely on for years to come
- Headboard Compatible: Brackets are included with this frame to make attaching a headboard simple and easy; extra hardware for attachment is not included
- Recessed Legs for Safety: All legs are recessed so you don’t stub your toes while getting in and out of bed
- Easy Assembly: All tools and instructions are included for setup that takes under 30 minutes Worry-free 5-year warranty; a box spring and mattress are both required and are sold separately
Zinus 7 Inch Compak Smart Bed Frame Videos
Dimensions and Specifications
- Twin: 74″L x 38.5″W x 7″H | 14 lbs.
- Full: 74″L x 53.5″W x 7″H | 20 lbs.
- Queen: 76.5″L x 60″W x 7″H | 21 lbs.
- King: 76.5″L x 76″W x 7″H | 25 lbs.
- California King: 75.5″L x 72″W x 7″H | 25.76
- Material: Alloy Steel
- Finish: Black or White
About the Brand: Zinus
Zinus is committed to helping everyone bring happiness home. That’s why Zinus products are easy to understand, assemble, and enjoy. We design tiny reminders that life is good.
In 1979 our founder, Youn Jae Lee, started his business building tents in South Korea. Eventually, he moved Zinus into the home, and has provided places to relax for more than 18 million sleepers and sitters since.