Pocket springs are small individual springs sewn into calico sleeves. The pockets, rather than the springs, are joined, making the mattress more responsive to the sleeper. Also, when the bed is shared, the movement of one partner is less likely to disturb the other. The number of pocket springs in a mattress is one indicator of quality: a standard double mattress may have 600 to 800 springs or 3,000 or more. A larger number of smaller pocket springs or a double layer often features in mattresses from Savoir Beds and Vi-Spring.
Box beds are a Scottish oddity and are often found in cottages outside of the major metropolitan areas of Scotland. They consist of a wooden box big enough to hold a mattress, a roof, 4 sides and sliding panels. The term box in other countries is also sometimes used to describe a space saving bed that can fold up into a box.
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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