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Donate headboard-When it comes to your bed, are box springs a must-have for you or are you going without them in favor of another alternative? VOTE and tell us about it in the comments!



POLL: Are box springs necessary?

When it comes to your bed, are box springs a must-have for you or are you going without them in favor of another alternative? VOTE and tell us about it in the comments!

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blackwyrmdesigns
I also stapled down canvas dropcloth to protect the mattress from splinters. 🙂 Hope this helps some.

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I love the traditional look of a higher bed. I just think it looks cozier. I like to update the look by skipping dust ruffles etc. On the other side, box springs are not what they used to be. There are no springs involved and they do not provide any more support (actually less) than a platform. I decide by the look of the overall room.
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My favorite part about not using box springs is that it is much quieter as you turn in bed!
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Not sure, I have had the same mattress and box springs for 30 years, no sag and seems almost good as new. My new bed will have no box springs and I am concerned about having the same satisfaction. My current brand is a sealy posturepedic firm and back in the day cost $800.00
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crispcook2
If you have only a metal frame, then they’re necessary. If your bed has closely spaced slats, or a solid base, then maybe you don’t need one!
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Thanks blackwyrmdesigns!! Very helpful!
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Nancy Walton
I didn’t read through the comments, so please excuse me if I am repeating. Many manufacturers will not honor any warranty on a mattress that doesn’t have a foundation. Just sayin’.
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Peggy Tupper
The warranty is just BS. They just want to double their sales.
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I have always used a box spring, I don’t know otherwise. We are in need of a new mattress set and beginning to get serous about this however I don’t know if we will be getting a box spring or not, all I know is that I would like to have a King size this time. Thanks
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@samathes. By skipping box spring, you’ll have a lot more money to buy nicer mattress. Look at different styles. I’m super happy with king size memory foam one. Don’t notice when other person gets in or out of bed.
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redecoratingtropicalcalm
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Nancy Walton
Peggy Tupper, the warranty info is not bogus. Without the kind of support the mattress is designed to have, anything less is apt to void the warranty. I would make sure if you decide to buy just a mattress to check on the warranty issue.
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celestina89
Polls like these are mostly for fun – not to take seriously. There is a finite number of peeps who read houzz, and less who have an account and even less who bother answering a poll. Even then, it’s based on personal experience which for some people can be limited and others who have more. There are so many different ways to “make a bed” and none are the right way and none are the wrong way. What is right is right for you and that is what matters most. in the history of mattresses and beds, you have to go back to 3600 BC. In Persia beds were made of layers of goatskins filled with water. The first mattress was as you can guess, a simple pile of leaves, grass and perhaps straw. Over that were animal skins. Mattress covers came to light in the 18th century and the first spring mattress appeared during the latter half of the same century. The waterbed was invented in late 1800s along with the box spring. The most expensive mattresses were made of latex rubber in the early 1900s. Although Japan used them for a long time, in the 1940’s the futon came to the USA. Foam rubber mattresses were sold in 1950s. Today you have all sorts of choices, memory/foam and latex as well as air beds, waterbeds, coil inner springs, and high-tech adjustable sleep mattresses, coil or no coil, box spring or no box spring, single-sided or no flip. Just remember – all mattresses need some type of support be it boxes (box spring) plywood, slats, rope, ground, rocks or layers of animal skins. As for beds themselves – go back to the neolithic period – it didn’t take long before sleeping mats were raised off the ground to avoid, dirt, bugs and water. People used flat rocks as their bed furniture, then graduated to making wood and rope beds for their “mattresses.” And this was all BC. Egyptians were noted for their high beds for their rulers who used steps to climb up into them with headrests, bolsters and decorations. Today your choices are convertible beds, murphy beds, platform, slats, rope or solid bottom, hammocks, poster beds, iron beds, wood beds, adjustable beds like a hospital bed, box bed with a roof or one entirely enclosed, bunk beds, loft bed, canopy bed, daybed, curtain bed, hideaway bed, cribs, bassinets, camp bed, chest bed, brass bed, high beds and low beds. Then you have the choice of various sizes. So consider what you like because it’s your sleep/nap time and I’m sure you want to be comfortable no matter where you lay your head. “Sleep tight and don’t let the bed bugs bite.”

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