Bed Frames. Friday , September 29th , 2017 - 04:21:41 AM
Note: When buying a wooden bed frame, it’s always best to choose a “Solid” timber frame as opposed to the much cheaper “Veneer” options you may see. Most often, cheaper alternatives, especially the famous Swedish brand, will use veneer to keep costs down. This might seem attractive in the short term but the veneer is susceptible to peeling and any moisture damage will quickly be evident and flare up.
It`s just easier. Much less fuss goes into owning lowriding bed: There`s no bedskirt to worry about, and you don`t even need a box spring unless you really want one. The sleeker low frames also lack the bulk of their up-high counterparts, so they easily fit into small spaces (like my tiny NYC apartment)
Often a pine (Softwood) bed frame construction will be stained to show off the natural timber grain, or alternatively, a solid colour can be applied for a completely different appearance such as a modern white or matt black. Choosing a hardwood bed finish allows for a richer appearance, with the oak, cherry or walnut as examples providing a natural attractive deep oscillating grain which can also be matched against other furniture you may have in the bedroom.
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