bboc. Bed Frames. September 21st , 2017.
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
Some renters or homeowners who have chosen a storage bed frame will never go back to a regular “board and beam” type setup. Here are some of the top reasons people enjoy having a more permanent storage frame for a bed.
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.
Strength. Wooden bed frames can often come with a long guarantee due to the robustness of the construction. The strength and long lasting nature of the structure and method of construction allow for a wooden bed frame to last indefinitely. Especially those that utilise ‘mortise and tenon’ joints which provide an exceptionally strong joint at the often weakest point, being where the side rail connects to the leg. Get Laid Beds provide an 11-year guarantee on all beds to prove this.
However! If you live with a partner who is gifted with a height that unfortunately is far taller than yours, or that falls a tad short, then you have a couple options. A tall bed (with a handy step that blends nicely in the bedroom décor) can give you a sense of opulence and regality whereas a short bed can make you feel grounded. The Japanese have been fans of low beds for centuries, in fact they’ve gone as far as creating the ‘Shikibuton’, a traditional bed that almost becomes the floor, it’s meant to connect the spirit to nature, but be careful if you have a bad back!
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