While working with the customers I have noticed that usually it’s paid so little attention to a bedroom interior and even less to a bed. It’s usual already to get responses that there’re no requirements for this piece of furniture. But I’d say that’s to no purpose because when you buy a bed you can be disappointed with its functionality as well as design.
I want to introduce you to three types of bed that can help to use space purposefully. That’s especially relevant if you live in a small premise. Of course, that’s not the only limit while choosing a bed (please don’t forget a bed-head and materiality), but in this post I’ll not talk about that.
A bed with legs and free space under a mattress
This bed type is good because you have the possibility to easily clean dust and a mattress can easily breath. A space under a bed can be easily used as additional space to keep items. Finally, such beds look easier and visually do not overwhelm the interior in a way that beds without legs do.
Which are the possible minuses?
Most usually such beds don’t have a bedding box. What is more, the ones who don’t have cleaning habits usually forget that it’s necessary to clean under a bed or they make a small trash below. If you want a space which would look not so overloaded please try not to keep a lot of items under a bed.
A bed without legs, a space under mattress is blindfolded
When a bed doesn’t have legs, the furniture itself looks considerably more massive and it seems that it stronger stands on the ground. Men especially like those types of beds because they are of a rather simple construction and design. It would be a sin not to use space under a mattress, therefore, for those who live in small premises I’d suggest choosing beds which have a sheet box or drawers.
When you choose such type of beds, it’ s compulsory to get some advice about a mattress so that air ventilation was ensured. Well, and the obvious plus is that less dusts must be used.
A bed with a sheet box/lift mattress
In my subjective opinion, that’s the best beds because I like furniture in which more items fit. Why to resist a sheet box where you can fit in and other items? Maybe there’s enough space available at the moment but in a year you’ll have more items and space under a bed will be useful.
The choice of these beds is really big. You can choose beds with legs which look more easily or more massive beds which are without legs, therefore, it remains the business of taste of each one. The only minus is a higher price, well, but it’s indeed, I think, logical to pay a higher price for a more complicated construction.
In addition, instead of a lift mattress you can find beds with drawers where you can keep bedding (as in the last photo).
Which type of bed would you choose or have you already chosen? Please comment under the article?