Another huge factor to take into account is the price of the bed. It may not be wise to spend a lot for a bed only to be used by kids. Kids grow fast and they may need to change beds after just a couple of years so pick one that would be just right for your budget. Also think about getting portable bed types such as air beds and sofa beds for added functionality. Those would also be ideal for general use by any member of the family and would come in handy if you have guests.
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.
Visco-elastic foam, also known as memory foam, is currently enjoying popularity. This synthetic material quickly conforms to the sleeper's shape so that hips and shoulders sink in, but support is maintained under the spine, keeping it correctly aligned. Dispersing the body weight away from the pressure points is its particular benefit. One of the side effects of visco-elastic foam is that it holds body heat, making the bed very warm. Sleepers usually find they need a lower tog duvet or less bedding, but body temperature can be regulated by choosing a mattress from a company such as Breasley, that has a cover which employs Coolmax technology.
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