Beds & Bed Frames Made in the USA

Your bed is the centerpiece of your bedroom, so it’s important that you pick out something that fits your style and will last a long time. We set out to find all of the beds and frames being made in America. Below are our findings – you’ll find tons of details about each brand and a few more shopping tips for sourcing American made beds.

Be sure to check out our guide on mattresses made in the USA, as well as our piece on where Saatva Mattresses are made. Many brands are running deals right now, so you should be able to save a few hundred dollars on a new bed.

Full List of Beds and Bed Frame Brands Made in the USA

Amerisleep


Headquarters: Scottsdale, AZ

States manufacturing in: AZ



Amerisleep’s bundle package pairs their premium mattress with their adjustable bed, which aims to provide solid comfort and support. The bed allows you to raise your head, legs, and neck depending on how you like to sleep. Raising your legs takes the pressure off your lower back while you sleep and increases blood flow, which helps you fall asleep faster. Raising your head is a great way to stop snoring, breathe more easily, read a book, or watch a movie.

This is a high-tech bed, and it’s made in the USA. You can program sleeping positions and control the bed with an app from the comfort of your bed with a remote or your phone. It also comes with 4 USBs on each side of the bed that you can use to charge your devices.

As of the time we updated this article, you’ll get a free extended warranty on the adjustable bed parts, 20% off the adjustable bed, and white glove delivery if you buy the bed today.

FLOYD


Headquarters: Detroit, MI

States manufacturing in: MI



The FLOYD platform bed is made to be a solution for sleepers looking for a sleek and low-profile sleeping solution. This platform bed is constructed from birch or walnut veneer that is built to last and look good in the bedroom. It’s designed to be lightweight but durable with sturdy steel supports that hold most couples. The steel supports are actually just a single piece of steel with 8 bends.

Nylon ratchet straps hold the platform together, which means you don’t need to use any screws or tools to construct the bed. The FLOYD platform bed comes in 5 different colors (white, black, birch, walnut, and canvas) and they have size options for twin, full, queen, and king-size mattresses. You also have the option to add a headboard and under-bed storage, if you’d like.

Skyline Furniture


Headquarters: Thornton, IL

States manufacturing in: IL



Plush and sophisticated, this velvet tufted bed from Skyline Furniture features hand-crafted diamond tufts and soft velvet upholstery that gives this bed a very upscale appearance. The bed is reasonably priced and is built with a tough metal frame that should hold up well over time. It’s designed to be a standard height when installed, which means that you’ll need a box spring in order to lift your mattress up level with the bottom of the headboard of this product.

Kincaid


Headquarters: Taylorsville, NC

States manufacturing in: NC



The Kincaid Cherry Park 5/0 panel bed is crafted to be a timeless piece of furniture that will hold its value over time. The whole bed is built from solid cherry hardwood, so you know it’s going to hold up well. It features a paneled construction whilst also being minimalist and the optional footboard storage system gives you room for extra pillowsblankets, or whatever else. The bed features a rock-solid center support system and is made to last you for decades.

Modernica


Headquarters: Los Angeles, CA

States manufacturing in: CA



The light and airy Luna Bed from Modernica’s Case Study Furniture collection is made to create a minimalist aesthetic for your bedroom. The bed is designed to be sophisticated, rock-solid, and built to last. This bed is crafted from African mahogany hardwood and oiled for a shiny look. It showcases a low-profile design and pairs nicely with a plush mattress. There’s no need to get a box spring with this product, and it’s made to be supportive thanks to its tough slat support design. It’s lightweight and uses a thick metal support to attach the thin headboard to the bed to complete the look.

“We can oversee the quality of each piece that we manufacture and the sourcing of environmentally sound raw materials,” says Jay Novak, the owner of Modernica, when we asked about why they choose to manufacture in America.

Vaughan-Bassett


Headquarters: Galax, VA

States manufacturing in: VA



Bring a traditional look into your space with the Vaughan-Bassett American Maple bed collection. The beds in this furniture set are available in slat or shiplap designs, both of which have a more traditional appearance. The beds are made from solid maple hardwood and built with proven mortice and tenon joints for long-term reliability that’s hard to find in modern beds. The beds can be outfitted with two-drawer storage drawers that feature wood-on-wood glides for smooth performance. They’re available in a good mix of sizes to help fit your space just right.

Vermont Wood Studios


Headquarters: Vernon, VT

States manufacturing in: VT



The Vermont Wood Studios Shaker four-poster bed is simple at first glance, but it is sturdy and formed entirely from hardwood. We had the pleasure of talking with Peggy Farabaugh (the founder of Vermont Wood Studios), who mentioned their dedication to maintaining the rich history of woodworking in the state. “Vermont has a rich history of producing top-quality solid wood furniture that’s made in small workshops using sustainably harvested hardwoods,” says Farabaugh. “Customers feel that where their furniture comes from, and how it’s made is just as important as style, functionality, and beauty.” What a great mindset!

Select from Cherry or Maple included in the price, or pay extra to have a bed made from walnut. This tough bed is built with thick wood, solid bolts, and the natural wood is hand-finished with poly gel and linseed oil for durability. Choose from six different sizes and add on additional options such as under-bed storage, a canopy, and a box-spring style frame for just the look you’re after.

It’s a major investment to be sure, and additional modifications only raise the price further, but this hardwood bed is built to last a lifetime if cared for properly.

Montana Woodworks


Headquarters: Rexford, MT

States manufacturing in: MT



The Glacier Country platform bed by Montana Woodworks is made to be rustic and charming. They have expert artisans handcraft each of the beds from solid pine logs. They achieve a natural look by leaving the inner Cambium layer of the log intact while stripping the bark during construction. Each piece is locked together using a tough mortise and tenon joint. This platform-style bed requires no box spring and is triple lacquered for moisture resistance over time. It’s a good value bed as long as you don’t mind the two to three-week waiting period before it ships out.

Maiden Home


Headquarters: New York, NY

States manufacturing in: NCNY



Maiden Home makes some very high-quality luxury bed frames that have good minimalist style to them.

The Joinery


Headquarters: Portland, OR

States manufacturing in: OR



The Joinery has 15 styles of bed frames to choose from and everything is handcrafted in their factory.

Stickley


Headquarters: Pineville, NC

States manufacturing in: NCNY



Stickley uses sustainable materials to produce unique bed frames regardless of your style. 90% of its beds are made in New York and North Carolina, so make sure to check the product details for the small number of imported items.


How To Find Beds Made in the USA

Your bed is your sanctuary. You’ll sleep in it, rest in it, and lay in it watching Netflix all day. Although the mattress is a huge factor in getting a good night’s sleep, having the right frame can make a huge difference too. A good quality bed can also transform the look of your bedroom. Whether looking for a high-quality, luxury bed or something more affordable, many American consumers are turning to beds made in the USA.

But with most production taking place abroad, how does one begin to find US-made products? If you’re not sure where to start, this guide is for you.

What Does “Made in the USA” Mean? 

First, let’s define what it means for something to be made in the USA. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) states that for a product to be “made in the USA,” “all or virtually all” of the manufacturing and assembly of the product must take place domestically. However, the “all or virtually all” can be vague. Couple that with the fact that there is no pre-approval process for companies to label their products as “made in the USA.” Further digging is required to determine whether or not a product is made in the USA.

Check out our “made in the USA” labeling guide to learn more about this.

Materials

The material used to make the framework is the first step to finding a US-made bed. For a product to be genuinely “made in the USA,” even the materials should be sourced domestically. So, researching the raw material and knowing whether or not these materials can be sourced in the USA is a huge step to finding beds made in the USA.

The two most common materials used for beds are wood and metal.

Wood

Most bed frames are made from wood, which can be broken down into two types: hardwood and softwood.

Hardwood has denser wood fibers of higher quality and is more attractive than softwood. Oak, maple, and mahogany are examples of hardwood. These types of wood tend to be more expensive than softwoods.

On the other hand, softwoods are usually seed-bearing evergreen trees, which include pine, ash, and cedar. Almost all softwoods are ideal for making furniture, including beds. In addition, softwood is generally cheaper than hardwood, with 80% of timber coming from softwood.

The United States is one of the leading countries in the world’s wood production. Although China leads in wood panel production, the USA doesn’t fall too far behind on both hardwood and softwood production. So if you’re going for quality, look specifically for hardwood made in the USA.

Metal

Most metal bed frames are constructed from steel, but some beds are also made from brass.

Steel

Steel is durable, strong, and lightweight compared to wood, making it a good choice for bed frames. China is the leading steel producer, producing around half of the world’s steel. However, the USA holds its own in terms of steel production, coming in fourth. Although imported steel tends to be cheaper, you should really keep a look out for American-made steel because American steel tends to be three times stronger than Chinese steel.

Brass

Brass is a popular bed frame material as it is highly resistant to corrosion. A big portion of brass in the world comes from Chile and China. However, the USA doesn’t do too badly in terms of brass production, coming in fifth. Although finding a brass bed made in the USA won’t be impossible, it’d be worth double-checking the country of origin.

Labeling

Regulations set forth by the FTC and other authorities state that products must be properly labeled. Under Title 19, Chapter 4, Section 1304 of the US Code, any imported products must be labeled as such with the country of origin. The label can be on the product itself or on the packaging.

When looking for US-made products, you should specifically look for the “made in the USA” label. Thankfully, the legislation mentioned above helps us to find products made in the USA more easily, but there are a few things to watch out for.

Companies may use phrases like “made in America,” but this could refer to the product being made in Canada or Mexico instead of the USA. Similarly, phrases like “assembled in the USA” or “designed in the USA” only state that a part of the product’s manufacturing occurred in the United States. Another popular phrase is “made in the USA with imported materials.” This label states that the raw materials were sourced elsewhere, so the product cannot truly be labeled as “made in the USA.”

A final thing to watch out for is the usage of the American flag on labels. Unlike the “made in the USA” label, the American flag is not protected. So just because you see an American flag on the label does not mean that the product is made in the United States.

Other Tips

Here are extra tips to help you find beds made in the USA.

Check the Company’s Website

Specifically, check out the company’s “About Us” or the product page. If the product is made in the USA, it should be loudly advertised on their website. “Made in the USA” is a huge selling point! Remember that while companies are required to label their products with the country of origin on the physical product, there is no regulation that states they have to do this on their online or promotional materials. So, if you don’t find any information on the company’s website regarding the country of origin of their products, it’s probably safer to assume that it’s made abroad.

Online Shopping Sites

Online shopping sites like Amazon may state the country of origin in the “Product Information” section. Another good place to check is the FAQ section of the product page. Someone may have already asked where the product is made.

Call Them

If you’re still unsure where a particular bed frame is made, simply call the company. A representative should be able to answer your questions regarding the country of origin and manufacturing sites.

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