Know Your Beds Part 2
Well here is part 2 of the different types of bed designs enjoy!
Its signature sleigh style includes a headboard and a footboard that create a distinct and unique silhouette. Sleigh beds are also larger than most average beds and may be more costly, so a commitment is required. Sleigh beds can be found in many colors, but the majority of sleigh beds are made of wood and iron.
A standard bed frame is pretty much usually a bed with a simple metal frame upon which the box spring and mattress will sit.
Daybeds are used for sleeping, lounging, reclining, and seating, often in common rooms. Frames can be made out of wood, metal or a combination, while the shape is a cross between chaise lounge, couch, and a bed.
Also known as a four-poster bed is built with four vertical columns, one in each corner, sometimes supporting an upper panel. Traditionally these beds were highly ornate and made of carved oak, but now come in a variety of materials and configurations.
Used mostly in living rooms, a divan bed has two parts that are joined together using a bracket. The base of this bed sits directly on the floor, has a cover under which there is ample space that can be used to store seasonal stuff or rugs and durries. Divan beds are known for their sturdiness and are extremely functional. If you research well before buying one, you can easily get different types of storage options like sliders and drawers.
- Loft Bed
Loft beds are similar in appearance to the bunk beds but they don’t have multiple sleeping bunks. They have a single sleeping bunk on the top that is given ground support through wooden or iron rods. The supports raise the loft bed high enough to allow the use of the floor area below for various purposes.
These are beds that have a high boundary around them are meant for children and toddlers. They are designed knowing that growing children are prone to twisting and turning in their sleep, so when little ones are learning how to turn sides, they don’t fall out of the bed.