Half a Million Home Design Platform Beds Recalled Following Dozens of Injuries
Reports of frames breaking and collapsing have led to dozens of injuries and the recall of more than half a million Home Design beds.
The U.S. Consumer Products Safety Commission (CPSC) announced the Home Design Standard and Platform beds recall on January 18, indicating that the frames could fail, putting consumers at risk of injury.
The beds were recalled following 128 reports of the breaking, sagging or collapsing during use, including at least 36 incidents that resulted in injury to consumers.
The recall includes all Home Design Tufted Upholstered Low Profile Standard Beds with part numbers 80002, 80032, 80055, and Tufted Upholstered Low Profile Platform Bed with part numbers 80071 and 80053. All were sold in twin, full, queen and king sizes.
An estimated 527,177 units were sold online, including 55,847 in Canada, on Wayfair.com, Walmart.com, and Overstock.com from July 2018 through November 2023 for between $100 and $300.
The CPSC is urging consumers to 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@example.com to receive the free repair.
Consumers with questions regarding the recalled products can call Home Design Inc., toll free at 833-383-2967 Monday through Friday 8 am to 4pm EST.
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