Why our sleep experts loved it
Brand new and unique to Bensons for Beds we are looking today at the Orianna Upholstered Ottoman Bed Frame. This ones quite impressive and is far more versatile than your average bed frame. To start the ottoman design of the frame means that you can literally lift the mattress away from the bed frame via a front loading design that is operated on gas lifts that will make movement a breeze. The primary benefit to ottomans is around storage, of which you will have plenty for storing quilts, duvets, sheets and other bedding easily beneath the mattress making wash day far easier to manage and mitigate.
The Orianna is available in 3 different rich colours and is an elegant complement to any bedroom and will provide guests or loved ones with a restful night sleep in your home and thanks to those deep buttons, you get contemporary fashion and a classic feel that is luxurious to the touch. The 3 colours all come in varying pigments of velvet which is the "in" fabric for this year and looks remarkable in any room set up. This really is one of those "feature" bed frames that will stand out in whatever room you place it in.
Further to the design you have an included winged headboard to finish off the product, blending well and completing the look.
Finally you get an included 5 year guarantee which is more than you typically get on other bed frames from competing retailers. Bensons for Beds clearly believe in the workmanship of their product offering enough to protect the consumer for many years to come which is great news from a build quality standpoint.
Long term reviews are still fairly light, with the product dropping so recently, however, given the guarantee period and typical quality of products in the range, we do not doubt its quality. Price point is very keen too, albeit with limited sizing and deferred lead times.
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