Are you looking for Bed Slat Support Brackets / Fixing / Holders / Mounts for your Feather and Back / Original Bedstead Company Bed? Are you struggling to get parts? Rather than buy a new bed, we can produce them for you using state of the art 3D design and printing services.
The brackets are provided and priced in pairs. You can choose from a 2 or 10 pack. Contact us if you require larger numbers.
Dimensions: 86mm W x 57mm D x 34mm H to suit 63mm bed slats. Note that the main body of the bracket without the lugs on either side is 70mm.
** Please note. We are now shipping V2 of our brackets with three times the center support. This has proven to be a weak point judging by the photos our customers have supplied. **
Larger order volumes can be made, please get in touch (20+)
Our bed slat brackets are compatible with the following beds which have rail style metal runners. These include
- Feather and Black
- Original Bedstead Company (Athalone)
- The Bed Slats Company
- Grey bed slat holders fixings mounts
This bracket may also be compatible with a wide range of other beds. We’ll continue to update this list as we can confirm makes and models. If you’re unsure then please contact us [email protected]
Quantity /bulk order discount pricing
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Do you have any questions before you order? Contact [email protected] and we’ll do our best to help you out. All our products are under continual development – please get in touch if you have any feedback or suggestions.
We ship to UK, Europe, the United States, and Canada. We can not be held responsible for any taxes or fees associated with the sending of this item. Please ensure you have accounted for any additional shipping charges or taxes before ordering. UK Shipping: First Class Small Parcel Europe Shipping: Courier Hermes Tracked US: Courier Tracked
This item is now shipped FREE in the UK!
Please Note These brackets are made to order and 3D printed. They may have minor printing inconsistencies due to the 3D printing process.