Not to worry, we have found a great low profile foundation for your mattress. It is only 4 inches high, so it won’t make it too difficult to get into bed.
For those who enjoy the comfort of today's extra-thick mattresses, but prefer getting into bed without a step-ladder or a running start, many manufacturers now also offer "low-profile" foundations for certain mattress models. A is an extra-thin foundation made to accompany an extra-thick mattress so that the total height of the bed will be more in keeping with a traditional sleeping surface.
Since the 1920’s, box springs have been the go-to foundation for mattresses, but wood frames, steel and wood grids, and platform frames are some other mattress foundations you’ll see. Confused about which mattress foundation is best for you? Here are the pros and cons of each so you can compare mattress foundations and pick the right one for your needs.
If your mattress doesn't require a box spring, a Bunkie board is a great alternative foundation for your mattress, and can be used for daybeds and bunk beds. This thin platform is usually covered with upholstery and is a great low-profile option.