Some beds are designed for partners with widely differing body weights or comfort needs. Zip-and-link beds comprise two mattresses of different firmness and can be separated into two single beds, if required. Zoned mattresses also provide various firmness levels, either on each side, or along the length corresponding to pressure points. The Sleep to Live range by Bensons for Beds offers in-store computer body profiling to indicate which bed is most suitable; for partners with different profiles, the mattress is made with a dual sleep zone.
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.
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.
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