Benchmark-Furniture

Bed Choices

If you are not clear on which bed to buy for your bedroom or which type is more suitable for someone else in your home, this article will provide you with some useful information on several different kinds of beds and a few simple ideas to help you make the best choice.

Canopy Beds
Suitable to be placed on larger rooms, canopy beds are usually seen as they came from a traditional design and which will sometimes create a romantic or grand impression to viewers. Users are free to keep the bed frame simple without any drapes or you may cover it with some stylish fabrics forming a curtain above the bed. Conventionally, metal frame canopy beds are made for adults only. However, modern designs of this furniture which are made of wood, metal or a combination of both materials is suitable not only for adults but for the kids as well.

Platform Beds
A more common type of bed choice for homeowners these days and will fit well in medium to large bedrooms. They are designed in a much simpler way without the box springs and various bed sizes can be easily found in most furniture stores. You can either go for a low profile platform which is made of a much solid frame or a slightly higher lay low foundation where additional storage compartment system can be installed underneath the bed. In many cases, headboards and footboards are optional add-ons for buyers.

Futon Beds
This might be the ideal bedroom furniture when you have a small room. Futons are multipurpose furniture where you can use as a sofa during the day and open it up as a bed in the night. The best part of this furniture is they are available in a wide variety of designs, styles, colors, thickness and sizes in which you can easily customize them according to your liking and taste.

Bunk Beds
Another type of bed that is perfect for small bedrooms, especially for a kid's room and we can all tell that kids always do love bunk beds. They are space saving while having two beds together, one on top of the other. Furniture that takes up unused vertical spaces yet pretty affordable.