Expert bed dealer bios affair
Beds, mattresses, sofa beds + futons at a specialist dealer in Frankfurt
Bios affair has been an independent retailer of beautiful beds & natural mattresses – sofa beds for 33 years: competent and reliable in advice and service. Directions to our shop can be found here.
We deliver everywhere. And in the Frankfurt and Rhein-Main area, we can also set up the beds at your home. If required, you can also borrow mattresses in our bed shop and try them out at home. Also after the purchase are there for you and take care of us personally, if there should be problems.
Shop exterior view: Street side, front building
The store has a sales area of 250 square meters, within 2 buildings. We always have 12 – 16 different solid wood beds and 7 – 9 sofa beds in our exhibition. You can try out 15 different nature mattress types on different slatted frames: nature mattresses, futons, latex mattresses, pocket spring, and cold foam mattresses.
We will be pleased to see you in our store.
How to find us
Bios affair is a small team, three active business owners and three other employees. We have been in “business” for a long time, we still enjoy it, because we value our products and the encounter with the people who come to us.
“Bios affair” is the successor of “Futon affair”. As you can recognize from the names, we come from the “Futon history”. Our business was the first shop for Futons in Frankfurt, founded in the early eighties. During this long period of time, we have gained a lot of experience and have constantly changed our product range, as can be seen on this website.
Bios affair is not an Internet dealer, i.e. “You cannot buy from us with “one click”, but only via the “detour” of personal contact, whether by telephone, e-mail or direct contact. The reason for this ist that we cannot afford unthoughtful or arbitrary orders and the associated return of goods (e.g. “if you don’t like it”). We also consider the increased environmental impact of Internet trading caused by traffic, energy consumption and packaging waste to be ecologically counterproductive.
Lucia Bassing, Rainer Postl