This guide is designed to help any new home owner or bed buyer navigate the world of beds. It isn’t that complicated but there sure is a lot to choose from, including style and material.
Beds for Children –
Choosing a children’s bed is always difficult. There is so much more to consider than an adults bed because the type of bed you buy can affect your child for years to come. Any parent should consider the size of the bed, the safety features on the bed and most of all, will the child fell comfortable sleeping in it.
Bunk Beds: The bunk bed is the universal bed for children;it is exciting but functional. Got twins? With a bunk bed you can have two beds in one room without taking up all of the floor space – you only have to worry about them fighting over who gets the top bunk! If you haven’t got twins or more than one child sharing a room the bed is perfect for sleep overs as well.
High Sleepers: if you’ve only got one child and a very small bedroom the high sleeper style of bed would be the bed of choice. It combines the height and excitement of a bunk bed but without the second bed underneath. This makes it more efficient because underneath is usually a number of things, including items such as: shelving, desks, drawers, wardrobes and built in chairs.
Themed Beds: The ultimate children’s bed would combine fun with practicality – being both a bed and a place to play. Many of the top bed retailers will provide a range of themed beds for both boys and girls – ranging from pirate ships and race cars, to fairy wonderlands and a princesses carriage. The only down side to these beds are that children grow up fast, giving a themed bed a short shelf life.
Beds for Adults-
After a hard day’s work every adult out there probably just wants to curl up on the sofa or snuggle up in bed. So, when purchasing a bed you’ve got to make sure the style suites you – giving you the ultimate comfort at the end of the day!
TV Beds: Does watching TV relax you just as much as lying in bed? Why not combine both! It may seem like ultimate laziness but the TV bed is a luxury item at a reasonably priced cost. You see them on TV in celebrity’s homes, but they could be in your bedroom quite easily. The TV simply fits in a frame at the end of the bed and can be controlled via a remote.
Double Beds: Nothing spoils comfort more than a tiny single bed. Whether you’re with a partner or on your own there’s nothing as good as a big comfortable bed. The double bed can come in many different sizes but is always designed to fit more than one person with ease.
Storage Beds: The perfect choice for the home owner who is worrying about the size of the double bed they’ve been looking at! If you have a small room that will only just fit everything in then a storage or ottoman bed is the bed you’ll need. They can come with drawers or fully accessible compartments under the mattress – reducing the need for other bulky storage units in the bedroom.
If this guide has been helpful and you are living in the UK you might be interested in viewing double beds from Time4Sleep or one of their many other options.
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