The Consumer Product Safety Commission on Thursday issued a recall for more than half a million beds from Home Design, Inc. due to risks of breaking or collapsing during use.
Several different models and sizes of upholstered low profile standard and platform beds were included in the recall, which was issued after the Silver Lake, Indiana-based furniture wholesaler received 128 reports of the beds breaking; 36 unspecified injuries were also reported.
“The recalled beds can break, sag or collapse during use, posing fall and injury hazards to consumers,” said the CPSC in the recall notice.
About 527,177 of these products were sold in the U.S., while 55,847 were sold in Canada, according to the CPSC.
What beds are included in the recall?
- Home Design Part No. 80002: Tufted Upholstered Low Profile Standard BedsA gray, warm gray or blue bed frame with standard supports requiring a box spring. Available in twin, full, queen and king sizes.
- Home Design Part No. 80032: Tufted Upholstered Low Profile Standard BedsGray or beige bed frame with standard supports requiring a box spring. Available in twin, full, queen and king sizes.
- Home Design Part No. 80055: Tufted Upholstered Low Profile Standard BedsSilver gray, gray or black bed frame with standard supports requiring a box spring. Available in king size.
- Home Design Part No. 80053: Tufted Upholstered Low Profile Platform BedsWarm gray bed frame with platform supports which do not require a box spring. This part does not have a center support leg halfway along the side rail.
- Home Design Part No. 80071: Tufted Upholstered Low Profile Platform BedsGray, beige or black bed frame with platform supports not requiring a box spring. Available in twin, full, queen or king sizes.
The part number can be found in the installation manual and on the packaging, said Home Design. The recalled bed frames also have a law label on the back of the headboard.
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Home Design bed recall: How to repair the bed?
The CPSC advises consumers to immediately stop using the recalled beds and contact Home Design for free replacement slats and side rails. Consumers can receive a free repair kit by sending an image of the bed, the law label or proof of purchase to Home Design at [email protected]. Repair instructions are available on Home Design’s website.
The recalled beds, which were manufactured in Malaysia, according to the CPSC, were sold at Wayfair, Walmart.com, and Overstock.com between July 2018 and November 2023 for $100 to $300.
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