Bed Frames. Friday , September 29th , 2017 - 04:20:16 AM
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)
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.
High beds are much riskier. If I`m going to fall out of bed (which, fingers crossed, never happens) I`d much rather do so from a low height. I already have a habit of injuring myself doing everyday things (like sleeping), so anything I can do to minimize that risk is a plus in my book.
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