If you have a small bedroom, or if you just want to free up space, you should look into getting a loft bed. With standard beds, a lot of space is wasted. Beds have a large footprint, and there's just not a lot you can do with the space above a bed. You can use the space under your bed for storage, but often this space is small. And underbed storage is different from having a functional, usable space. With loft beds, the footprint of your bed is basically reduced to zero because the area that the bed occupies can still be put to other uses.
Most beds in the 21st century consist of the bed frame and the mattress, with the mattress sitting on top of a solid base made of either a sprung base or wooden slats. Most modern beds also include the option of a headboard for resting against and medical beds can even include side rails and in some cases both types of beds also include footboards. Beds that have headboards also normally have bed skirts which double up as dust covers that both protect and hide the actual bed frame under the mattress.
We are not discussing those all singing all dancing bed panels with all the bells and whistles such as an integrated radio, alarm clock, bookshelf and lights. We are discussing plain boards with no bells and no whistles. Your headboard can set the decorative style of a bedroom, and can also express your own style of creativity.
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