The Limelight Rhea Fabric Bed Frame - a beautiful upholstered bed complete with Chesterfield-style headboard Bed frame buying guide When choosing the right bed frame for you, you'll need to consider: How much space do you have?
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A bed frame is one of the biggest items of furniture in your bedroom, so it's important to measure the available space you have for it. To do this, outline the area for your bed on the floor, using masking tape. Remember to add some clearance space if you want to add drawers. Unlike divans, bed frames include a headboard and a foot end as standard.
We recommend checking the dimensions of both to ensure your bed frame will fit comfortably in your room. Since bed frames are usually larger than a mattress - unlike divan beds, which are the same dimensions as a mattress - it's important to check the overall width, length and height of the bed frame, especially if you have a small room.
Do you have a small bedroom? A single or a small double bed may be the best option. Choosing a bed frame with storage, or with plenty of underbed space to store your items, could also be helpful. We recommend that your bed is 10cm longer than you are.
A king size or superking size bed frame is longer in length than a double. We also offer a number of bed frames with low foot ends, and a selection can even be made-to-measure. Please get in touch for more help and information.
What style of bed frame do you prefer? Bed frames are available in a great range of styles, materials and colours. Whether you prefer wooden bed frames, metal beds, leather or fabric, read on to discover the perfect bed frame for you! Wooden bed frame A wooden bed frame is a classic addition to your bedroom and creates a warm and attractive look. A natural product, a wooden bed can be made from pine, oak, or other types of wood. Many wooden beds are also environmentally-friendly since they are constructed using wood from sustainable sources, such as Scandinavian pine.
The Silentnight Minerve Wooden Bed Frame - featuring a crisp, white finish and natural wood detail 2. Metal bed frame Metal bed frames are a popular choice. Sturdy and stylish, they add a sophisticated look to your bedroom, and are equally suited to traditional or modern decor.
Fabric bed frame On-trend and available in a wide range of colours, a fabric upholstered bed is a great choice if you're looking for a stylish centrepiece for your bedroom. Perfect for contemporary and traditional tastes alike, a fabric bed frame can give your bedroom a cosier feel than metal or leather beds.
The Limelight Aurora Fabric Bed Frame - featuring a stylish winged headboard in a pretty duck egg blue finish 4. Leather bed frame A leather bed adds a cool, sophisticated touch to any bedroom. A stylish focal point, you can choose between faux leather or real leather, and they're available in a choice of colours. Leather beds tend to offer a wider variety of storage options than wooden or metal beds.
We even offer a range of leather TV beds - for the ultimate indulgence! Do you prefer a firm bed? Bed frames are constructed using two types of base.
These are called slats, and they determine the overall firmness of the bed. We advise that the gaps between each slat should be no greater than cm, approximately 3 inches. Solid slats A firmer, more supportive option, solid slats enhance the firmness of your bed.
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They are rigid and more sturdy than sprung slats, and offer no "give". You should choose solid slats if you prefer a firm bed. The Silentnight Hayes Pine Wooden Bed Frame features solid slats for a firmer feel Sprung slats Sprung slats are slightly curved, or bowed, creating a natural flexibility. They are less firm than solid slats and offer more gentle support. They may also help to prolong the life of your mattress.
Do you need storage? Underbed storage is particularly useful if your bedroom is small. Whilst most bed frames do not include storage underneath as standard, some do include built-in storage. Check out our bed frames that include storage , or take a look at our top picks below.
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