A MODERN PLATFORM BED FRAME
Simple yet exquisite. Handcrafted with sustainably harvested maple or walnut wood, our Malibu Platform Bed Frame combines tasteful elements with modern touches — like rounded edges, brass accents, and easy assembly — for a classic design that will never go out of style. Both maple and walnut are high-quality hardwoods that are durable, resilient, and sustainable. And the woods' beautiful, natural patinas add to their exceptional appeal. Elevate your bed frame’s already beautiful style with an optional 41-inch or 46-inch tall headboard (ideal for the Luxury Plush Mattress). Every piece is made in our FSC® certified Los Angeles facility (C156138), which combines traditional craftsmanship with innovative technology and meets stringent social and environmental responsibility standards.
SLEEK & SPACE-SAVING
This is not your grandma’s bulky antique bed frame. Our Malibu Platform Bed Frame is created to fit perfectly in small bedrooms, tiny corners, and studio apartments. And thanks to its crisp, simple design, it will add a bright and cozy aesthetic to your sleep sanctuary.
Because of its abundance, maple is one of the most sustainable timbers. It’s also a hardwood, so it's incredibly resilient. At Avocado, we handcraft all our furniture and use solid wood. We believe in letting the rich character of the timber speak for itself. This way, every piece is original, with slight variations. It costs a little more to do things this way. But our customers love having unique, durable, thoughtfully crafted furniture that will last generations.
Furniture paints and stains can emit harmful VOCs that negatively impact indoor air quality. To make matters worse, the Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF) and particleboard commonly used in furniture can contain carcinogens such as Urea-formaldehyde or Phenol-formaldehyde. Our Malibu Platform Bed Frame uses natural maple or walnut wood, Titebond Wood Glue, and eco-friendly ECOS® Paint wood varnish. In addition, our membership to the Sustainable Furnishings Council backs up our commitment to providing better furniture and products for you and the planet.
ELEVATE YOUR STYLE WITH OUR OPTIONAL HEADBOARD
Feel like you're missing something? Opt for our beautifully made, solid wood Malibu Platform Bed Frame Headboard. Handcrafted in our FSC®-certified factory in Los Angeles, it features the same quality maple or walnut wood as the bed frame. It’s also simple to attach the headboard by inserting the included screws into the pre-drilled holes. Headboard is optional and must be purchased at the time of bed frame purchase.
COMPLETE THE SET WITH OUR MALIBU DRESSER & NIGHTSTAND
This furniture was made for each other — literally. Our matching Malibu Dresser and Malibu Nightstand are made in Los Angeles with sustainably harvested maple. The pieces also feature birch wood, soft-close drawers, and matte-gold finished handles. Their elegance and exceptional craftsmanship are unmatched.
CLIMATE NEUTRAL CERTIFIED
As a Climate Neutral Certified company since 2019, we've measured Avocado's annual cradle-to-consumer emissions, offset them by investing in climate change solutions, and started taking real action to reduce our emissions. We also recognize our offsets and reductions aren't enough. Solving climate change will require systemic solutions. That's why, through our partnerships with Ceres and the American Sustainable Business Network, we also advocate for state and federal policies that support equitable solutions to the climate crisis.
PROJECT ZERO WASTE
Avocado is always seeking innovative ways to be more sustainable — while never compromising the luxury feel of our products. From materials to manufacturing and shipping, we understand that every small decision contributes to our larger impact. In 2022, by being intentional about our materials and manufacturing, we expanded our production facility footprint from two to five while still increasing the amount of waste we diverted from landfills by 9%, achieving an overall waste diversion rate of 78%. Our goal is at least an 80% diversion rate. Read more about Project Zero Waste.