By Adaliz Lacroix. Bedding. Published at Friday, January 12th, 2018 - 15:34:25 PM.
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.
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.
But double beds aren"t for small spaces only. If you"ve got a large room and you want it stylish, two doubles are a good alternative to bunk beds or the usual queen or king beds. Place a large and eye-catching headboard or artwork at the center of your room"s main wall. Put a night table below the headboard or artwork. Place your two beds on either side of the table. This will be the focal point of your room. You can work your accessories and all the other décor around this centerpiece.
For apartments with small spaces, full-size beds are suggested. Not only will they surely fit in the rooms, they will be easier to move in the narrow hallways and doors, up the stairs, and around tight corners. Of course, when it"s time to change the mattress, it will be cheaper than a queen or a king. Also, bed sheets, pillow cases, and duvets are also less expensive compared to larger beds.
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