Bed Frame +
A bed frame or bedstead is the part of a bed used to position the mattress and base off the floor. Bed frames are typically made of wood or metal. A bed frame is made up of head, foot, and side rails. Most double (full) sized beds, along with all queen and king size beds require some type of center support rail, typically also with extra feet extending down to the floor. The term bed frame was first used between 1805-1815.