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11 Different Types of Beds You Need to be Acquainted with:


Do you know exactly what kind of bed you want in your bedroom? Can you identify it? If not, this is the article for you. There are several kinds and designs of beds available on the market these days. Eleven of the most popular are described here. I hope you find your favourite here!


1. Wingback Bed


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The headboard of this bed is curled inward from the corners, giving it a more elegant and opulent appearance. Nowadays, tufted headboards with wing beds are more popular and praised, while they are also available in wood.


2. Murphy Beds


(Brand: Krini Furniture Pvt Ltd)

These beds are classified as transformable furniture (smart furniture). They can be put in multipurpose spaces (such as a studio apartment) where they can be folded during the day so that the space can be utilised for other purposes and unfolded at night so that the same room can be used as a sleeping area.


3. Panel Beds


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This is the most popular sort of bed, and I'm sure you have one in your home as well. These are intended to provide support for mattresses and mattress foundations. The headboard is composed of solid wood or upholstery and comes in a variety of styles.


4. Bunk Bed

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Designers frequently include bunk beds in children's rooms, especially when two or three siblings share a single bedroom. It not only gives a separate bed but also frees up space. Climbing a bunk bed is an adventure for children, which is why they enjoy having these beds in their homes.


5. Trundle Bed


(Brand: Wooden Street)

A trundle bed is a moveable bed that fits beneath a single or twin size bed and may be drawn out as needed. When designers are unable to provide bunk beds for various reasons, they opt for a trundle bed. These beds may be used in both children's and guest rooms.


6. Floating Beds

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These beds provide the impression of floating in the air. These can be a floating platform or legs (which are invisible to the viewer's sight). Floating beds provide guests who enter the room a sense of mystery and intrigue.


7. Open Frame Bed

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Because open frame beds are composed of metal, they lend an industrial feel to bedrooms. These headboard and footboard designs are sleek and clean. These beds might be considered if the bedroom is tiny, as open frame beds create the idea of greater space.



8. Slat Beds

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Slat beds are constructed from a number of interconnected wooden slats that span the width of the frame. These lightweight beds are ideal for small and medium-sized bedrooms.



9. Canopy Bed

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Canopy beds give extra seclusion and cosiness due to the cloth draped across the four posters as well as the upper area of it. This bed type dates back to history and was formerly found in the ruling class's bedrooms. It has become popular since then. Canopies nowadays are lighter in colour and weight than in the past. If you want to give your bedroom a romantic and dreamy vibe, this bed is ideal.



10. Four Poster Bed


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This bed, like a canopy bed, features four posters. The sole difference between a canopy and a four-poster bed is that a canopy does not drape the upper space, but the sides do. It may be thought of as a contemporary version of a canopy bed.



11. Sleeping Loft

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A sleeping loft is defined as a mattress put on any platform higher than the floor and made comfortable with soft furnishings (such as bed sheets, comforters, pillows, and so on). When positioned near windows, they make an ideal spot to read and work during the day. Furthermore, if the ceiling is low, a sleeping loft is recommended.

These were the 11 different kinds. I wish you could name your bed the next time you go shopping. Tell us in the comments which sort of bed you like and which you'd want to have in your bedroom.


(Check here another blog on how to select a bed for your bedroom here: https://www.acelrivers.com/post/how-to-choose-a-right-bed-for-a-bedroom )


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