By Alsatia Julien. Bedding. Published at Monday, January 15th, 2018 - 15:57:59 PM.
Different sizes of panel beds are available. There are standard sizes, in twin, double or full, queen or king. The size of the bedroom usually determines the size of the bed. A large room can accommodate a large bed with real opulence in its styling while a small bedroom will have a simpler styled bed. There are also Amish raised panel beds that feature classic solid Amish wood with raised panel designs and a beautiful and professionally hand finished style. Walnut panel beds in queen and king sizes are the rage for most people who prefer these beds.
For kids beds, you can put similarly sized beds in the same room to save on space and allow your home to accommodate more guests. Put two kids" beds in one room to and teach your children the value of sharing. Just dress the beds differently if your children have individual tastes in colours and patterns.
Bed size standards vary around the world. Not only are the names of the standard sizes sometimes different but even beds and mattresses with the same name can have different measurements in different countries. Even within a single country different manufacturers interpret the "standard" bed sizes differently. Some might shave a couple of inches off to reduce cost, others add a little for comfort. Those few inches can make a lot of difference.Beds are usually labeled according to the dimensions of the mattress - the actual measurements of the bed itself might be a little wider and/or longer. A Standard King is also called an Eastern King and a California King is also called a Western King. A Standard King is about 4" wider and a California King is 4" longer.
Another name for a panel bed is a platform bed. These beds are simple and do not have a box spring to hold the mattress in place but a frame instead and are found mainly in the cultures of Asia and Europe. In fact, there are four main types and these are: the Asian, Modern, Zen and metal, wood, leather and a combination type. The differences are mainly in the material that is used to make the bed and how elaborate it is.
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