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Solid wood platform beds are beautiful pieces of furniture. These sturdy frames support the thickest, heaviest mattresses, but the ones without built in drawers not only take up plenty of space, but they eliminate any potential under bed storage you’d otherwise have with beds of other styles. But more than 2,300 Amazon shoppers found an ingenious solution.
The iPrimo Oversized Bed Risers are 3-inch tall platforms that sit underneath the legs or corners of a bed, sofa, or chair to pick it up off the ground and create instant space underneath. They’re over five inches wide to fit and support furniture of all shapes and sizes and are so strong that a single riser can support up to 6,000 pounds. The risers are stackable for even more lift and have a ledge built around the top of each for extra stability.
These platforms come in packs of four or six to help with multiple pieces of furniture, too, and have leather padded, anti-slip bottoms to prevent them from moving around or scratching wooden floors. One reviewer called them “easy to install” and said it only took “about 10 minutes” before their bed was up off the floor.
The number one reason reviewers decided to order these risers is to add more storage space under their beds for things like shoe bins and clothing cubes. One shopper said they “love these risers” and that they’ve placed them underneath multiple beds and couches in their home. They added that they’re “easy to use and incredibly durable” and that using them with their king-sized bed gave them more storage underneath than they had before.
Another said that they “work like a charm,” but noted that they were visible and that they decided to use a bedskirt to hide the risers. And a third shopper wrote that they’re not sure why they didn’t invest in these risers before since they’re the “perfect” solution for their very low bed and that the price tag was “well worth it.”