Different Types Of Beds

When we are all tired after a long day at work or after exploring all the places and attractions of a new city, we can actually visualize ourselves sleeping on our bed. That’s the importance of a bed, they instantly give you a sense of relaxation and comfort. But do you know the different kind of beds available in the market? There is a diverse range to choose from. They all have different looks, design, feel and comfort level. Here, in this article, we will tell you about the different kinds of beds that you can consider buying.

Divan Bed

Used mostly in living rooms, a divan bed has two parts that are joined together using a bracket. The base of this bed sits directly on the floor, has a cover under which there is ample space that can be used to store seasonal stuff or rugs and durries. Divan beds are known for their sturdiness and are extremely functional. If you research well before buying one, you can easily get different types of storage options like sliders and drawers.

Sofa Bed

Great for small houses, sofa beds are both practical and functional. This multifunctional bed can be easily used as a sofa during the day and stretched out in the night to use as a bed. You can easily place a sofa in your guest room or kids room if space doesn’t allow you to keep a regular bed. There are also sofa cum bed that have storage option as well. They come in a variety of shapes, sizes and designs and can be customised as well according to your needs.

Bunk Bed

Beds that have 2 layers of bed frames lying on top of each other like a train compartment are called bunk beds. They are great for small rooms as they occupy less area and provide excellent sleeping space. Each layer of this bed is connected with a ladder that helps going up and getting down. They are usually seen in kids’ rooms, hostels, dormitories, camps and more. Wood is a popular choice for making bunk beds as it makes them durable and sturdy.

Cabin Bed

Cabin beds are popular for rooms that have less space and get cluttered easily. They are from the family of bunk beds, the only difference is that they don’t have multiple sleeping bunks and may or may not have a storage cabinet underneath. They are mostly seen in kids’ room.

Loft Bed

Loft beds are similar in appearance to the bunk beds but they don’t have multiple sleeping bunks. They have a single sleeping bunk on the top that is given ground support through wooden or iron rods. Loft beds are functional, practical and use less space.

Trundle Bed

Just like sofa beds, trundle beds are great for homes that have limited space. A trundle bed basically has a bed under a bed. The bed tucked under the main bed can be pulled out when you have unexpected guests and can be used efficiently. They are also known as truckle or hurly beds.

Cot Bed

Beds that have a high boundary around them are called cot beds. They are designed keeping the mind the growing needs of kids so that when your little one learns how to turn sides, he/she doesn’t fall out of the bed. To keep your little one entertained, you can decorate this bed with toys and rattles. So, if you have a growing kid, bring home a cot bed and give your kid a safe place to sleep and play.

 

Canopy Bed

Beds that have four wooden or metallic pillars placed on the corners are called canopy beds. The pillars of this bed are used to carry fabric shades and panels that lend it a dramatic and historical look. They are huge and require a lot of space, thus making them impractical for smaller rooms. The canopy bed was extremely popular during the ancient times and was decorated using luxurious fabrics like silk, chiffon and high-quality net.

Platform Bed

Known for their simplicity, platform beds usually have a wooden base made out slats that provide great support to the mattress eliminating the need for a box spring. They are usually low floor, lightweight, easier to move around and go well with any décor. Look for a platform bed with storage option if the need be. Platform beds do not have any legs.

 

Storage Beds

Providing smart storage solution to small homes, storage double bed designs have become extremely popular since houses have started getting smaller. They are available in a variety of styles and sizes and offer huge storage space. The space provided can be used to store extra blankets, durries, cushion covers, pillow covers, mattress and more.