By Prewitt Cousin. Bedding. Published at Thursday, January 25th, 2018 - 19:54:05 PM.
The main focal point of any bedroom is the bed and bedroom furniture that"s associated with it. Depending on the grandeur and scale of the room you need to take a pick from which size suits you perfectly. The beds are broadly classified into king beds, queen beds, single beds and day beds. Apart from the beds, there is a whole range of accessories that can be coupled with the bed for a complete matching set or mix & match for an eclectic set of bedroom furniture that speaks about you. You can couple your bed with a nifty nightstand with drawers and a shelf or go for a beautiful chest of drawers.
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.
A standard double measures 53 inches wide by 75 inches long. It isn"t really twice the width of a standard single as many would think. This is why a double mattress is not ideal for a couple, but definitely comfortable for a single adult. Especially for those who have the habit of being sprawled out or tossing and turning while sleeping, the double would be perfect.
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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