Home Design Inc is recalling all sizes of certain upholstered low-profile standard and platform beds due to risks of fall and injury hazards. 

The recalled beds can break, sag, or collapse during use, posing fall and injury hazards to consumers. Home Design has received 128 reports of the beds breaking, sagging, or collapsing, including 36 injuries.

The recall involves approximately 527,177 beds in the US and an additional 55,857 in Canada. The beds were sold on Wayfair.com, Walmart.com, and Overstock.com from July 2018 through November 2023 for between $100 and $300.

The recalled products are: 

  • Part number 80002 Tufted Upholstered Low Profile Standard Beds: a gray, warm gray, or blue bed frame with standard supports requiring a box spring, available in twin, full, queen, and king size
  • Part number 80032 Tufted Upholstered Low Profile Standard Beds: a gray or beige bed frame with standard supports requiring a box spring, available in twin, full, queen, and king size.
  • Part number 80055 Tufted Upholstered Low Profile Standard Beds: a silver gray, gray, or black bed frame with standard supports requiring a box spring, available in king size. 
  • Part number 80071 Tufted Upholstered Low Profile Platform Beds: a silver gray, gray, or black bed frame with standard supports requiring a box spring, available in king size. 
  • Part number 80053 Tufted Upholstered Low Profile Platform Beds: a warm gray bed frame with platform supports that does not require a box spring and does not have a center support leg halfway along the side rail.

The part number is provided in the installation manual and was printed on the packaging. The recalled bed frames have a law label on the back of the headboard.

Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled beds and contact Home Design for free replacement slats and side rails. Consumers must send an image of the bed and the law label, or proof of purchase, to [email protected] to receive the free repair. Home Design is contacting known purchasers directly.

Home Design is with the US Consumer Product Safety Commission as a partner in this process.

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