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      My husband and I used to have a queen mattress and box springs on a hollywood
      frame with no headboard / foot board. It was fine, but it broke. The main
      board that runs the length (head to foot) of the box springs split right in
      half.

      So, when we moved we bought a king boxsprings and mattress and NO frame.
      So the boxsprings sit right on the floor.

      The company we bought the bed from said that this actually gives the box springs
      the best support and is a great idea. But you have to weigh it carefully as to
      whether you want to get a bed or not, as you loose the under bed storage. For
      me it was no biggy as we didn’t ever use that space for storage anyway (except
      for dog toys, dust bunnies, stray socks, empty water bottles and my husbands
      t-shirts he would take off when he got in bed and would end up stuffed under the
      bed).

      Emily Y.

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      From: shamel dandal
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      We don’t have a headboard or footboard either and I don’t miss it. I would
      hate to spend that kind of money on furniture and have it colored on with
      crayons or that “hidden” marker my girls seem to have. : )

      Hope this helps
      Melissa

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