The Hopkins Fabric Upholstered Bed Frame is a long-standing and well regarded ottoman frame manufactured by The Dreams Workshop and sold exclusively through the popular bed and mattress retailer Dreams. Let's dive further into the makeup of this popular product and determine whether it may be suitable for you.
Starting with the inside, you have a piston operated ottoman base. This is one of the better options for those looking for storage as you effectively get the entire surface area of the base to utilise for bedding, linen and whatever else you want hidden from view. The reviews for the ottoman design don't throw up any areas of concern regarding the lifts suggesting quality continues throughout the life of the base unit.
Onto the outside and you get a solid base board finished in 2 available colour schemes of oatmeal or slate. I personally prefer the slate which feels more modern for this decade, either will generally suit most homes however with both favourable colours that blend in well.
Sizes for the Hopkins are good, with all popular sizes available except single, this may deter those with smaller rooms however, there is a small double available which may squeeze in.
Reviews for the Hopkins Ottoman Bed are good, with over 1300 reviews and a market leading 98% consumer satisfaction. Customers love the brilliant storage on offer and is one of the most mentioned features throughout. Others enjoyed the durability and strength of the unit with only 1 negative review in 1300+ that mentioned poor build quality. This ratio should give huge confidence that the product you receive will be built to last and satisfy all storage needs.
Reasons to Buy
Fantastic reviews, well made and durable.
Ottomans are the best option for those needing more space.
Lots of sizes available, albeit missing single.
Reasons to Avoid
Price point may exclude those those shopping in the lower segment looking for more storage.
Those with smaller rooms may also feel left out with single not available in this design despite there not really being a technical reason for it not to exist.