This project is a radical departure from the usual piston-lift wallbed mechanism in all my other wallbeds; it has a spring mechanism with many, many parts and fasteners, not the least of which is the tubular folding foot support and all-steel mattress frame. The king size wallbed needed by the client could only be done with this rather expensive hardware. Keeping proportions correct for this much larger wallbed meant several project superlatives: widest pilasters, biggest front panels, most front panel trim used on a wallbed, longest run of crown moulding, biggest plinth blocks, largest headboard, most lights used, etc. Some details especially worth noting are the hand-carved rosettes with laurel wreaths at the top of each pilaster, the complicated joinery of the front panel trim, the elaborate headboard trim, and the special custom bed stops I made (they are adjustable, too!). The client wanted to do his own staining and finishing after the installation. An enclosed back panel for the open wall area above the headboard was made after the photos were taken.