By Prewitt Cousin. Bedding. Published at Thursday, November 23rd, 2017 - 17:33:46 PM.
The first you should think of is size. Take into account your body size, whether you will be sharing the bed and the size of your room. Measure the space you will be putting the bed on. Though beds typically come in set sizes like king beds, some furniture stores still require dimensions. This can also be helpful if you decide to have your bed customized instead of picked out from a showroom.
Some parents skip the single beds and immediately opt for durable double beds for their young kids if their kids have bigger rooms. This gives them the space so they can join their kids in bed to read a bedtime story or cuddle up during the chilly season. With the generous space, the kids can have their pick of stuffed toys and dolls that they want to have in their bed. This also accommodates a friend who"d like to sleep over.
A queen size bed is the most common type of bed available in the stores. This is because commonly, the dimensions of the queen bed is fit for any master"s bedroom designed for houses. Traditionally, its measurement is at 60 x 80, just right for a regular sized couple. However, queen size beds may have other variations in sizes to accommodate different types of people. There are some, which have an increased length so that it can accommodate taller people, like the California queen bed. Some may choose to have the Olympic queen size, fit for larger people.
Other types of materials used for the queen bed are metals like bronze, copper and iron alloys which can be mass manufactured are usually durable and of high quality. The type of queen size bed mattress used must be of high quality as the poor ones easily sag and eventually harden in a short period of time. The queen size bed frame is often made of wooden slats or a mattress-shaped wooden box with corresponding spring that hold the mattress in place. The metal frame for the queen bed also contains a contraption of springs to hold the mattress in place for the comfort of the user.
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