By Brigitte Schreiber. Bed Frames. Published at Tuesday, March 20th, 2018 - 07:17:53 AM.
What Type Of Bed To Choose? When you shop around for a bed, the bed frame is just as important as the mattress. You will find that the most common materials used in manufacturing bed frames are wood and metal. However, if you want to invest more on the mattress than the bed frame, you can opt for metal bed frames instead. Metal bed frames are much more simple, sleek and stylish and they are also cheaper. You can also have a headboard and footboard attached for added style. These bed frames are available in different sizes and they usually come in casters or wheels. For large bed frames, metal slats are included in their construction to provide extra support for the mattress and raised edges to prevent the mattress from moving or sliding off.
Convenience. Unlike wood bed frames, metal bed frames can be easily and conveniently assembled and dismantled because of their screws and nuts. This makes it easier to move beds from one room to another or when the need to move homes arises.
Appearance. Of course, the attractive look of the bed is often the big decider! With a huge variety of different design options, there’s always a wooden bed frame to suit. Why not go all out and treat yourself like royalty with a Four Poster Bed which is now becoming an increasingly popular choice regardless of room size?
Bed height. Bed height should correlate with your height and adjust accordingly if you’re fairly short or tall. Most mattresses are 16 to 24 inches from the floor, to judge which end of the spectrum your bed should be, sit at the edge of the bed. If your feet are flat against the floor and your knees are in a straight line with the hips, your bed is the right height. If your knees are above the hips, the bed is too low and if your feet can’t reach the floor comfortably, the bed is too high.
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