bboc. Bed Frames. August 29th , 2017.
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.
Reasons Why Your Bed Height Actually Matters. When choosing a new bed, it’s easy to prioritise its comfort and design and ignore something as mundane as the height of a bed. However, contrary to popular belief, bed height is actually pretty important. The height of your mattress, in addition to your bed frame, can contribute significantly to the look and even function of your bedroom, not to mention your overall comfort when getting up every morning. Whether your bed resembles the 20 mattresses in Hans Christian Andersen’s The Princess and the Pea, or consists of a measly mattress on the floor, its height can significantly affect you.
Cost. The most important benefit of metal bed frames is their cost. They are exceptionally cheaper, but they are also exceptionally stylish, sophisticated and offers heightened elegance to any type of bedroom. A cheaper bed frame allows you to invest more in a quality mattress.
Reasons Why a “Wooden” Bed Frame Is The Best Choice. Your bed, that place we all enjoy being in so much, features heavily in the centre of your home and considering you spend a 1/3 of your life in bed, it is vital that you pick something that you love first and foremost. However, when you consider the advantages of choosing a Wooden Bed Frame, you may think twice about what you buy next time.
Choice. Wooden bed frames come in many different styles varying from the sophisticated, antique to the traditional and contemporary. But the biggest benefit in choice is down to the colour and finish of the wood. Not only is there the type of wood to choose from, between the softwood’s and hardwood’s, but also the colour and finish applied to the that of the wood itself.
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