bboc. Bed Frames. September 12th , 2017.
Aesthetics. Finally, bed height is important because it can affect the overall look of your bedroom. For example, a lower bed can make a room look more spacious than a higher bed. However, if you’ve got a particularly tall room with high ceilings, a taller bed would appear more appropriate with the space. As well as plenty of storage, a tall bed offers a sense of refinement. While a short bed is literally more grounded and creates a laid back and minimalist impression.
Environmentally Friendly. Wood is the most widely available renewable source on earth. Growing in abundance, forests provide an endless source of timber that when sustainably harvested will continue on forever. Most pine imported to the UK is usually FSC or PEFC certified to ensure it’s from sustainable sources which are replanted when harvested. But if you’re not sure, you should always check.
Comfort. Possibly the most important justification behind the significance of bed height, is that it affects your comfort and well-being on a daily basis. How easy it is to get in and out of the bed is obviously dependent on said bed’s height. You don’t want to strain your legs having to scramble out of a really low bed. At the same time, you don’t want to have to hurdle your way into bed every night.
Availability. You can find metal bed frames being sold in different sizes with convenient raised edges to stop the mattress from moving. No matter how big or small your mattress may be, you can find these bed frames to support king, queen, full, double, twin and single sized mattresses. If you are buying your children new beds, you can also find these bed frames in an array of colors to suit your children’s personalities.
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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