11 Bed Frames Under $300 That Will Elevate Your Bedroom

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There's something about a bed frame that takes your room from basic to instantly pulled together. Of course, your mattress is at the core of a good night's sleep, but — from a design aspect — your bed frame can make or break your entire room. It can make your bedroom feel more cozy, or add a punchy pop of color to reflect your bold style. From midcentury modern to plush upholstery, here are 11 bed frames with crazy-high reviews that won't break the bank.

1. Zipcode Design Pauletta Platform Bed, $267.99

A sleek pine-and-metal combo that will give your bedroom an immediately modern look.

2. Birch Lane Jayde Upholstered Panel Bed, $166.99

The perfectly plush place to cozy up with a good book.

3. August Grove Lyster Platform Bed, $141.93

Clean and serene.

4. Andover Mills Matheney Platform Bed, $102

Over 8,000 five-star reviewers agree: this simple metal bed frame holds up to its affordable price.

5. Zipcode Design Leonard Upholstered Platform Bed, $233.99

Another huge hit with reviewers (nearly 7,000 of them) call this a simple, but elegant choice.

6. Novogratz Marion Canopy Bed Frame, $215.99

For anyone looking for a little bedroom drama, enter the canopy bed.

7. Zinus Olivia Metal and Wood Platform Bed, $151.40

At just over $150, this is a good bed frame to ease you into the world of elevated sleeping.

8. Houzz Tarah Queen Upholstered Fabric Platform Bed, $287.78

Go ahead, add a pop of unexpected color.

9. South Shore Urben Storage Bed, $198.63

Because we all could use a little bit of extra storage.

10. Delp Mid-Century All-in-One Upholstered Panel Bed, $179.99

Would you believe this gorgeous tufted panel bed comes in at under $200? (We won't tell if you won't.)

11. Ackles Queen Panel Bed, $192.99

A touch of gold never hurt anyone.


Katie is the Commerce Editor at Hunker. She has previously been on staff at Shape Magazine, Well+Good, and PureWow, and has spent her life perfecting the art of online shopping.

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