Casper—that beloved millennial icon of direct-to-consumer operations—has already reinvented the way we shop for mattresses and, by extension, the way we sleep. From their innovative mattresses in a box to their clever subway ads, the brand’s following has never been more loyal. And as they’ve expanded their offerings to include pillows and bedding, the only logical next move was to complete the set with their very own bed frames.
The Haven bed frame is fully upholstered in felted wool and has a sleek, midcentury-inspired silhouette; its inviting angled headboard is specially crafted to enable a more comfortable position while you’re sitting up in bed. Haven is available in charcoal gray or heathered gray.
The Repose frame, on the other hand, is Casper’s warmer, more minimal introduction and is fully customizable. The platform bed, available in natural or dark oak, offers the option of a wooden or pillowed headboard. (Or, if you’re feeling extra bohemian, no headboard at all.) The pillowed headboard, similar to that of the Haven frame, comes in a light gray, navy tweed, or soft pink colorway.
Since it’s the company’s overarching philosophy that “great sleep changes everything,” the two new bed frames were of course designed as companions to the brand’s own mattresses, meaning that either the Haven or the Repose will offer optimum support to your Casper mattress without the need for a foundation or box spring. All of which will let you prioritize a restful night’s sleep.
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