How to choose the right bed for your room

Choosing the right bed for your room comes down to size, style and purpose. Most people will invest in a bed that they intend to keep for years, it is therefore crucial to pick a bed that will fulfill all of your needs.

How to choose the right bed for your room

Firstly, look at the room that the bed will occupy. Take into consideration the size of the room, you might love the idea of a super king bed but if you are sleeping in a box room then this just isn’t practical nor would it look good. Be realistic and space savvy, thinking of your proportions and the other furniture in the room. If you have a huge room then by all means, fill that space with a bed as big as you like, big rooms need big pieces, on the other hand, small spaces would be better suited to a single or queen bed. Also, for smaller spaces, you might want to consider storage beds, and in children’s bedrooms bunk-beds are not only practical but are also great fun.

How to choose the right bed for your room

If your room is already decorated then you will need to follow through with the color and the design scheme but also keeping in mind that your bed will probably outlive your wallpaper so a word of advice would be to choose something neutral that will be versatile.
And finally, is your bed for the master bedroom, a children’s room, a guest room? Generally speaking, most master bedrooms would have at least a double bed for practical reasons and also because they are the largest bedroom. Children’s beds come in all shapes and sizes to suit different themes, colours and gender. You might consider a cabin bed, a storage bed or, as mentioned earlier, bunk-beds.
Beds for guests are becoming increasingly imaginative. If you only need a guest bed sporadically but would usually use the room as an office, for example, then a futon would be ideal. Alternatively, there are beds available that have a spare trundle bed underneath that you can pull out as and when required.
To find the right bed for your room visit www.dreams.co.uk

 

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