By Kamille Vasseur. Bedding. Published at Monday, March 19th, 2018 - 14:24:25 PM.
Double beds are also known as full-size beds. It was the standard mattress size for couples until the early 1900s. Afterwards, couples prefer at least a queen-size bed or, better yet, a king-size for maximum comfort.
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Solid wood beds are the epitome of luxury and also come with added ease of maintenance and sturdiness. These beds have that rustic look and a rich feel because of the texture and grain of the wood. Another reasonable choice is a bed made from engineered wood or laminated board which can be sculpted for an edgy modern look and is budget friendly. Steel beds are amongst the most practical options that have easy assembly and generous storage as well.
Panel beds are not very high and are quite close to the floor as they do not require a box spring to support the mattress. Most modern panel beds are available in a variety of materials and combination of materials and of course, their flamboyant designs. Some beds are available with heads and foot boards and some without. This is in keeping with their simple design. You can also create a canopy panel bed by attaching four large posts to the four corners of the bed to enable the handing of an ornate canopy or curtains. Extra storage is provided by the box under the mattress.
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