Garrett Wooden Bed Rails hook right into your head and foot board. No bolts, screws, or tools are needed. The hook is built into the bed railing.
Our bed rails fit all head and foot boards, except those designed for bolt-on bed rails. The wood slat bearer on most beds accommodates either wood or metal slats.
Our bed support rail is made of high-quality wood and comes unfinished or in three standard finishes: light pine, medium oak, or dark cherry.
If you want a real bed support system, use our tubular steel center supports for a fix it and forget it project! Purchase center supports with your bed rails to save money. Plus, you always enjoy free shipping!
The best bed rails are still Made in America. We ship within one working day.
“I just received bed rails for a king sized bed. They fit perfectly and the color was perfect.” -John C.
We ship in two business days or less, and always free for orders over $100 in the Continental U.S.
Satisfaction guaranteed by easy refunds and returns.
Impeccable customer service is our goal and commitment.
Where can I buy bed rails?
Garrett Supports not only offers the best bed rails but all of the other parts you need to fix and forget a bed support system. We have thirty years of experience and can answer any question. We care about every customer.
How much are bed rails?
The price of bed rails begins at around $119.00. That includes shipping.
What Colors or Stains Do Wood Bed Rails Come In?
Garrett offers three stain colors and unfinished: light, medium, dark. Wood Bed Rails come unfinished too. Apply your own stain color and finish. The same high-quality is found in all four options. Our bed rails are made of high quality wood.
Your screen may alter the way colors look. Therefore, we cannot guarantee an exact color match to your existing headboard/footboard set. Consider choosing unfinished and stain yourself to get that exact match.
Why Should I Use the Center Support Garrett Offers?
Today’s bedding foundations need more support in the center. Without adequate support under the foundation, even the best bedding available eventually sags. With too much weight or wear and tear over time, side rails can warp or break.
Bedding manufacturers recommend the extra under bed supports. Warranties are not secure if support isn’t added to Queen size beds and above.