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.
Choosing a bedstead or four-poster bed over a divan is a matter of style, as both allow the same mattress choice and can provide equivalent support. And So To Bed offers wooden, metal, painted, upholstered, leather and caned bedsteads; Simon Horn is known for traditional French styles; Feather & Black has a wide range of traditional and modern beds; and Beaudesert makes elegant four-posters. Bed Bazaar sells restored antique and period- style metal bedsteads, and its sister company, Sleeping Partners, makes mattresses to fit.
The final choice of bed which seems to becoming more common and probably the most practical type of bed is the cabin bed. Now these types of beds do come in different shapes and sizes and can offer a variety of functionality. Like the bunk beds the cabin beds are very popular with families especially children as there are themed children's beds available for both boys and girls. More importantly the cabin bed is a great space saving option as they can come with space for TVs and computers underneath them and often can have drawers and wardrobe space.
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