bboc. Bed Frames. August 30th , 2017.
Feng Shui. According to Feng Shui expert Sally Painter, the height of your bed can determine the quality of your sleep, and therefore your mood, by the levels of chi permitted. Chi is an ancient Chinese term which can be translated as energy. She suggests the chi energy needs to be able to flow around your bed. Too short a bed can block this flow of energy, preventing you from good night’s sleep. Whereas too high a bed can leave you vulnerable to high levels of energy and a restless night. She states ‘the key is to go for a happy medium without blocking the space underneath your bed’, so to avoid getting out of the wrong side of bed in the morning, choose a bed that’s the right height.
No Dust Bunnies. In lots of cases, a storage bed frame eliminates some of the need for the most difficult kinds of cleaning in a bedroom area. Those without a storage bed frame are familiar with the many ways that stuff can accumulate underneath a bed. It’s not just dust, either—lots of items get temporarily “lost” under the bed over time, which leads to yet another great reason for having a storage bed frame that goes all the way down to the floor. If you have a weak knee, do yourself a favor and look at storage bed frame designs that will keep unwanted debris out from under the bed and help out if “spring cleaning” isn’t really your forte.
Sleep experts say in general, the average person usually needs a bed with a height of 25 inches (including bed frame and mattress). However, this could differ with each individual, dependent on their height or age
Practical. A benefit of being flat packed when delivered allows that you can move the bed into any room of your house with ease, especially for those who have loft spaces. This would have proved impossible with a bulky divan base. It’s also easy to move with you when you change house. A slatted bed base also increases ventilation and airflow underneath your mattress keeping a fresh and hygienic sleeping environment.
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.
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