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.
The other main base option is a bedstead, which supports the mattress on flat slats or on more responsive sprung slats. Solid bases or slats are a good choice for memory foam or mixed foam/spring mattresses. If a bedstead comes with the option of an upholstered base unit, this will be far preferable under a pocket-sprung mattress and will offer similar comfort and support to a sprung-edge divan.
Bunk beds are a childhood favourite and include two or more beds assembled one on top of the other. These are ones that are portrait most in movies and tv shows involving children. These can be found in modern bread and breakfast hotels as well, as they tend to save lot of space which otherwise would require much more space.
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