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.
Without the need for a box spring, platform beds take up less space. This is ideal for smaller bedrooms. Even in large rooms, the extra space can be put to other uses, like storage. Many platform beds even have built-in underbed storage. This extra storage is possible because the space is not being taken up by a box-spring.
Loft beds are similar to the bunks mentioned above, but do not have a lower bed. This space is used instead for storage or as a play area. A captain's bed looks like a normal frame bed, but has storage drawers built into the base. This type is often referred to as a chest or cabin bed.
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