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The Modern Luxury Bedroom Upgrade, by Thuma

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The Modern Luxury Bedroom Upgrade, by Thuma

This content was produced as advertising by Remodelista in collaboration with Thuma.

Consider the bedroom disrupted: We’ve written about startups taking on the mattress and luxury bedding industries, but no one was focused on what is arguably the backbone of the bedroom, the centerpiece to the most important room in the house. Enter Thuma and their first product, a platform bed frame (known to insiders as simply “The Bed“) that’s thoughtfully designed and carefully crafted for the most discerning of indoor enthusiasts. Packed with subtle details and backed by a lifetime warranty, The Bed by Thuma assembles in 5 (ish) minutes—no tools or team required—right out of the box. It’s a modern luxury upgrade your bedroom deserves.

Here’s a closer look:

The minimalist design of the platform bed frame was inspired by modern architecture and luxury interiors and comes together using a traditional Japanese joinery technique that is both sturdy and naturally noise-minimizing, while eliminating the need for excess hardware.
Above: The minimalist design of the platform bed frame was inspired by modern architecture and luxury interiors and comes together using a traditional Japanese joinery technique that is both sturdy and naturally noise-minimizing, while eliminating the need for excess hardware.

The team at Thuma spent thousands of hours agonizing over every detail of The Bed to come up with their winning formula: cushion-coated slats placed three inches apart provide optimal mattress support and breathability, nine inches of clearance create valuable underbed storage, and rounded edges make for a sleek look while saving your shins.

Above: The Bed comes with a minimalist headboard alternative (appropriately coined The PillowBoard). Removable and interchangeable, The PillowBoard is designed for both comfort and function, and its pebbled linen-weave cover is available in two colors: Dark Charcoal (L) and Light Linen (R). (Rumor has it more options are on the way.)

Made from eco-conscious materials like upcycled rubberwood, The Bed comes in a natural walnut color with visible wood grain and knots that make each piece unique. Each bed is handcrafted and produced in small batches to ensure quality. Assembly is a true breeze (scroll down on Thuma’s Shop Page for video proof): The Bed arrives at your door in three boxes, and all it takes to assemble is two hand-tightened screws, making it an easy job even for one person. The Bed starts at $795 and comes in Full, Queen, King, and California King sizes with PillowBoard options in Dark Charcoal and Light Linen.

The pieces that make up The Bed are designed to fit together during shipping, which eliminates the need for styrofoam packaging. Bonus points: no tools are necessary for assembly, thanks to a Japanese joinery method.
Above: The pieces that make up The Bed are designed to fit together during shipping, which eliminates the need for styrofoam packaging. Bonus points: no tools are necessary for assembly, thanks to a Japanese joinery method.

Ready to elevate your bedroom design with The Bed by Thuma? Head to thuma.co to reserve yours before they sell out (again) and to take advantage of free shipping, a 100-day return policy, and a lifetime warranty.

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