Bed Slats Wood
Bed Slats are a type of base made for bed. They are a series of connected bars that lie across the width of the frame.
Made from strong wood such as pine, birch, poplar or beech, these bars work together with your mattress to provide support.
You can choose from two types of slats; solid slats or sprung slats. There are two main differences between solid and sprung slats, in terms of:
- How the slats fit in the bed frame
- The support they offer
Solid slats are often made from pine wood. Each slat runs across the width of the bed frame. This creates a firmer, more supportive bed.
Sprung slats are often made from flexible beech,Birch, Poplar wood with a gentle, upward-facing arch. These slats create a plusher and more cushioned feel.
Bed slats (flat and curved)
Raw materials are of both Hard and softwoods.
Packing: standard export clean pallets
Wood Type: Birch, Beech, Poplar and Pine
Nature: LVL and No LVL
Function for different kinds of beds,sofa or other furniture.