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LaSalle Iron Bed is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 9.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Well made bed I bought this bed because I recently purchased a new mattress and wanted a nice headboard to go with it. The bed arrived in good shape and putting it together was simple, although easier with two people.n(Note, I did not get the canopy part.) The only issue was that it only has a regular bed frame. My new mattress doesn't need box springs and I had been expecting to put it directly on the frame of the new bed. Since it isn't a platform bed frame, this was impossible. I ended up going to the local mattress store and buying a flexible base that provided a solid base as well as raising the height of the mattress to fit the headboard. It works well now, and looks great in my room. It is a very well made bed.
Date published: 2018-09-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Beautiful classic bed. Purchased for a client as the frame for bed drapes, this bed is also beautiful as is. The panel also detaches so applying your own fabric is very easy if you're handy (some care going around the curves). The finials have a handmade look, hence the negative comment, but I didn't find them objectionable, especially since comparable beds are a lot more expensive. We had a small problem with one boxspring rail slightly bent during transit, but the manufacturer sent a new one out quickly and it didn't interfere with the bed assembly.
Date published: 2018-07-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great style, comfortable & sturdy The Lasalle Iron Bed was our first purchase for our new home & we could not be happier. The bed blends traditional & modern styling perfectly & will work with a range of sheets/linens - - solids, florals, stripes & other prints. The frame is very well made & assembly was straightforward.
Date published: 2018-01-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Delighted With My Purchase! I was attracted to this simple, elegant bed last year and after many shopping trips, decided to try purchasing a bed without seeing it in person. I am delighted with my decision! This bed is structurally sound, extremely well made, with a beautiful linen headboard that is padded and mounted on a sturdy piece of wood. The instructions were easy to follow (2 men put it together) and I am extremely happy with the style and the quality of the bed. I have the gunmetal grey frame and I am using it with grey and taupe furnishings and bedding. I bought it during the 25% off sale but I think it is well priced based on my comparison shopping.
Date published: 2018-01-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Beautiful bed! This bed is gorgeous--beautifully crafted and lovely to look at. Several problems with delivery but Garnet Hill and the manufacturer were easy to work with, worth it in the end. Love that it's made in the US. We splurged on the California King and we're so glad we did--makes a beautiful bedroom centerpiece!
Date published: 2017-05-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It is all there: Beauty, Quality and Value I was a little nervous buying this bed having only viewed it on-line but knowing the high quality standards of Garnet Hill I took the chance. It was a great decision! The bed is sturdy, has a beautiful finish (I ordered Gunmetal) and design, easy to assemble, and the customer service from both Garnet Hill and the manufacturer was second to none. Highly recommend! Additionally, made in the USA!
Date published: 2017-03-12
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what type of mattress and box spring does this bed require?

Asked by: leigh anne
There is an 18" space from the frame where the mattress will sit up to where the headboard starts. We have all of our beds set up with standard box springs & mattresses.
Answered by: Cherieghcs
Date published: 2018-06-12

Are the legs square or round?

Asked by: Charlotte5544
The legs are made of Heavy Duty 16 gauge steel square tubing, so they are square.
Answered by: Cherieghcs
Date published: 2018-04-24

Is it possible to put an adjustable mattress frame inside the bed?  Does it have slats and/or can they be removed or detached to accommodate an adjustable mattress frame.

Asked by: LLK1
The bed comes with a free standing frame. The headboard and footboards attach to the frame. A box spring is required. It will not accommodate an adjustable mattress frame.
Answered by: LynnGHCS
Date published: 2018-11-01

The top of our mattress is 30 inches off the floor, where does the headboard start?

Asked by: jcabp
The measurement from the floor to the bottom of the rail = 7.25". The bottom of the rail to the bottom of the headboard = 18".
Answered by: LynnGHCS
Date published: 2018-03-23

I have a sleep number split cal king that’s adjustable (head and foot of bed can be raised).   Will the cal king canapoy frame work with this bed

Asked by: Jazmine
The bed with the canopy includes the canopy, head/footboards, frame and hardware. The bed comes with a free standing frame that holds a standard box spring (required) and mattress. We do not believe it will accommodate an adjustable mattress.
Answered by: LynnGHCS
Date published: 2018-03-15

What is the measurement from the frame where the boxspring sits to the floor? Ie, with a 9" boxspring, I'm trying to determine the dust ruffle height and how much height under the bed.

Asked by: gaylej
The measurement from the floor to the bottom of the rail is 7.25".
Answered by: DeniseGHCS
Date published: 2018-03-07

Are the posts solid iron or tubular?

Asked by: Susan77
The bed has heavy duty 16 gauge steel square tubing.
Answered by: LynnGHCS
Date published: 2018-02-24

Do you need a boxspring with this bed or can you use mattress only?

Asked by: Tbc3
You need a boxspring frame to sit on the rails - there is not a platform to hold a mattress.
Answered by: gaylej
Date published: 2018-07-22

What are the heights of the headboard and footboard.

Asked by: JLBO
Bed sizes: (includes headboard, footboard, bed-frame rails, and hardware): Double: 60 1/2" H x 54" W x 79" L (Headboard only 60 1/2"H x 54"W) Queen: 60 1/2" H x 61" W x 86" L (Headboard only 60 1/2" H x 61" W) King: 60 1/2" H x 78" W x 86" L (Headboard only 60 1/2"H x 78"W) California King: 60 1/2" H x 73" W x 89" L (Headboard only 60 1/2" H x 73" W) The footboard measures 30"H from the floor to the footboard corner posts.
Answered by: LynnGHCS
Date published: 2018-02-12

One answer states the canopy does detach to be made into a bed only.. and another states it doesn’t. Can someone please clarify? Thanks!

Asked by: Chelsie
The LaSalle Iron Bed can be purchased as a bed or as a canopy bed (the canopy not be detached). Two different options.
Answered by: LynnGHCS
Date published: 2018-02-06

Can you use the canopy without the canopy rails? Or do you have to use all of the attachments? I like the height of the canopy bed posts but do not want to use the rails. Thanks! 

Asked by: Chelsie
The rails are removable and do not have to be used.
Answered by: DeniseGHCS
Date published: 2018-01-19

Does the canopy detach so you could also use the bed without it?

Asked by: Heavy Sleeper
The LaSalle Iron Bed is sold as components: bed only (includes head/footboards), headboard only or bed with canopy. The canopy style can not be converted to a bed only.
Answered by: LynnGHCS
Date published: 2018-01-13

Who is the manufacturer? Where is it made?

Asked by: alyoopster
We are not able to share the vendor information. The bed is made in the USA.
Answered by: DeniseGHCS
Date published: 2018-07-22

Do the finials need to be used? The ceiling height is only 89" so I'd like to omit the finials, or can they be cut down?

Asked by: gaylej
The finials cannot be removed.
Answered by: DeniseGHCS
Date published: 2018-02-15

Is this bed frame suitable for platform beds?

I don't use box springs now.
Asked by: IamScottierazor
You can use a platform mattress.
Answered by: ErinGHCS
Date published: 2017-09-20

What is the drop for the bed skirt on the king size bed? Does this bed work with a box spring and mattress ?

Asked by: Becky59
If you want the bed set up exactly as pictured, where the box spring and mattress meet right at the lower bar on the footboard where you'd want to tuck in your bedding (because yeah - that does look good), then you will need a lower profile box spring. Ideally 5.5 inches, but 5 inches or 5 3/4 inches would also work. 6 inches and you will be able to JUST see the top of the box spring above that lower bar. With a 5.5 inch box spring, you would then want a mattress that is at least 12 inches thick. With 12 inches, you'll have a bit of a gap between the top of the mattress and the bottom of the headboard, which would look fine (just like the picture - look at the headboard and where the mattress comes up to). Thicker mattresses tend to be more expensive so the other way to do it is to get an 11 or 12 inch mattress and add a 2-inch (or so) mattress topper - and then be sure to get extra-deep sheets that will go over both the topper and the mattress. It's a beautiful, sturdy bed, and the gunmetal finish is a dark mottled gray with a subtle shimmery quality to it. The fabric on the headboard looks AWESOME in person - photos don't capture that! And even if you opt for a standard box spring, you can still make the bed so that the bed cover (duvet or coverlet or comforter) hangs down at the footboard just to the top of that lower bar - like the photos show of the bed in the white finish - you just won't be able to tuck it under and have it look as nice as the photos of the bed in the dark finish.
Answered by: CaterpillarRoll
Date published: 2017-09-30

King bed description of frame support?

Can you please describe the support for the box springs/mattress on the frame for the King bed? Are there center support slats and center support legs? How many of each and how are they spaced? What are the slats and center support legs made of? Thank you!
Asked by: CaterpillarRoll
The center support is a bar that will stabilize the frame. Only the queen, king and California king sizes will need this support. The bed frame is 100% iron.
Answered by: ErinGHCS
Date published: 2017-06-22

What is the difference between the Dark Brass and Gunmetal? Is the Dark Brass closest to black and Gunmetal more brown?

Asked by: LAOW
The dark brass is more of a brown/gold town and the gunmetal is a very dark gray.
Answered by: HollyGHCS
Date published: 2017-03-24

What is the recommend boxspring height? Does this bed require more than an 8" boxspring?

Asked by: Charlestonmom
There is an 18" space from the frame where the mattress will sit up to where the headboard starts. The bed shown is set up with a standard box spring and mattress.
Answered by: DeniseGHCS
Date published: 2016-10-26

I have a tempurpedic dual cal king, ( 2 XL twins ) will this frame attach to their universal frame?

Asked by: annelm
Yes, the bed should work with any frame that has standard screw and bolt assembly as placement of the screw holes should be universal.
Answered by: JennyGHCS
Date published: 2016-08-17

How are the different parts of the bed connected? Can you see the screws/bolts on the outer sides of the bed? Thank you!

Asked by: KMBH
The screws where the canopy bars connect are visible, but they are painted to match the bed, so they do not stand out. The headboard & footboard connect to the frame via screws & bolts, but those are not really visible once the box spring & mattress are on, plus if a dust ruffle or bed skirt is added then they would not be seen at all.
Answered by: JennyGHCS
Date published: 2019-02-18

Can the upholstered part of the head board be detached so as to be recovered?

Asked by: Rscp
Yes, it can be detached.
Answered by: DeniseGHCS
Date published: 2018-07-22

can the upholstery in the headboard be changed out for another fabric?

Asked by: reinstone
No, we are unable to place special orders.
Answered by: HollyGHCS
Date published: 2015-08-30

Does the Headboard only option attach to bed frame?

I've seen some headboards lately that attach to the wall instead of a bed frame. How does this headboard attach?
Asked by: Age35
This can only be attached to the frame. It comes with bolts to attach to the frame.
Answered by: ErinGHCS
Date published: 2015-08-27

Can the same bed be configured with the posts long or short?

Asked by: Mpt0314
The posts are not adjustable.
Answered by: ErinGHCS
Date published: 2015-06-24

What is the weight of the king size bed?

Asked by: Kraemer
The King Size bed weighs 132 lbs. The King Size bed with the canopy weighs 146 lbs.
Answered by: DeniseGHCS
Date published: 2015-02-04

Do you have more information on this bed?

How many pieces are there? I will need to get it up 2 flights of stairs. How much does it weigh? Is it 100% iron? Thanks.
Asked by: emandosc
Please call customer service to go over the information requested.
Answered by: DeniseGHCS
Date published: 2014-03-04
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