Beautify your room or your child’s room with a custom-made wooden bed frame. Bed frames serve several functions. First, they lift the mattress and bedding off the floor, second, they allow insect nets to be added, and third, they add visual interest.
Why Off the Floor is good
Historically, floors are prone to drafts and prone to bugs of all kinds. A bed platform provides the ability to keep mattresses and bedding away from dust and debris that enter a room. It also makes it easier to keep it safe from bed bugs, fleas, and spiders. While mice are rank opportunists for any cozy place to hide, it also helps keep snakes from snuggling up while you sleep. Most modern homes are not prone to these things. However, if you have a rustic cabin or are renovating an older home, protecting yourself from the local “wildlife” may be a consideration. Aside from hypothetical living intruders, an off-floor bed makes it easier to keep linens clean, as sheets, blankets, and spreads can be neatly tucked away during the day. A broom can run under the bed to drive dust bunnies away.
Frame above the bed
Again we turn to history. High four-poster beds were created so that curtains could be hung around a bed. The curtains provided privacy. In cold areas, they helped to store the body heat generated by the sleepers. Finely woven nets helped repel flying insects – and that still makes sense today, as mosquitoes can find their way almost anywhere. High frames also provide decoration options for bed curtains and other items.
A beautiful bed frame can transform an ordinary bedroom into something special, be it a lavish declamation of fandom or a quiet area for rest and meditation. Bed frames can be simple, ornate, or almost non-existent – they simply support the bedding. They can be almost standalone or match the other furniture in the room. In conclusion, a bed frame can be a handy item that will help keep the bedding clean. A canopy frame can spark interest or protect from drafts and flying insects. Most importantly, a bed frame can be simple or beautiful – or somewhere in between.
Wooden bed frame
The Glenburn wooden bed frame by Three Posts is a slatted frame with two slats that is suitable for teenagers or for a second bedroom. The tall, scrolled headboard provides a backdrop for pillows, while the footless frame provides excellent support for box spring beds and mattresses. Together with matching furniture, it is an excellent choice.
The bed frame in the Larrabee sleigh style with scrolled head and foot sections offers a slatted frame for a mattress. No box spring necessary. The dark wood is a perfect foil for a hobnail bedspread or a white quilt. It can also support a bright spread that includes favorite cartoon characters. It is an excellent choice for a child’s or teenager’s bedroom.
Replacement four-poster bed with canopy frame
The Chalkhill bed frame offers the option of adding a canopy or mosquito net. The slender posts at the four corners are without decoration. Metal bars with a central support form a platform for a mattress. This is an excellent choice for creating a bed with royal curtains, princess curtains, or just protection from flying insects.
White sleigh bed
House of Hampton’s Camden bed frame combines the sleigh bed design for the head and footboard that can hold a mattress securely with the option of pillows pillows. The neutral color scheme makes an excellent background for any bedding you want and can be used by any gender – just add favorite colors, illustrated spreads from a favorite movie or a patchwork quilt with special clothing.
Headboard and frame
No box spring beds are required for the Loudon headboard and bed frame, but one can be used for extra comfort. The headboard has a kind of camouflage bark pattern in dark brown and gray. It’s an excellent choice for those who like a subtle interior theme brought to you by Latitude Run.
Rustic bed frame
Beautiful rustic aspen block bed frame with wooden plank scene in the headboard. It’s perfect for a hunting lodge or a rustic farm or cottage. Has a plug-in and tendon structure with additional support in the middle. Box springs not required. Place a feather bed on top of an innerspring mattress and top it with a patchwork quilt for a sense of authenticity.
Rich horizontal wood grain
The rich horizontal wood grain gives this Bruford bed frame by Foundry Select a special touch. Opposite angled legs and center support give the platform additional stability. Made from recycled mango wood and iron, no box spring is required. Make the bed with heavy sheets and an India print spread to add a Far Eastern flavor to your decor.
Platform bed retreat
Transform your child’s ordinary single or youth bed into a personal retreat with the Sweedi bed frame. It is shaped like a frame for a small house, has no walls or support for a bed, but can be used to define a room. It can be used as a support for mosquito nets, or it can be used to define a play space without a bed.
Sweet pink and white bed frame
Delight the heart of a little girl with this adorable, pink and white Baley PU padded twin bedframe by Harriet Bee. In combination with white furniture and your favorite ceiling, you can give your little princess the space of her dreams. The pink headboard is the perfect backdrop for ruffled pillows and a cute pajama doll.
Simple platform bed
Put a box spring mattress or heavy futon on this simple Ollie bed frame from Modway. It keeps the mattress off the floor, makes room cleaning easier, and allows you to add embellishments like dust ruffles or a built-in headboard. This simple bed frame makes personalizing a room as easy as changing a bedspread.