Bed Frames. Saturday , December 09th , 2017 - 09:35:46 AM
Note: When buying a wooden bed frame, it’s always best to choose a “Solid” timber frame as opposed to the much cheaper “Veneer” options you may see. Most often, cheaper alternatives, especially the famous Swedish brand, will use veneer to keep costs down. This might seem attractive in the short term but the veneer is susceptible to peeling and any moisture damage will quickly be evident and flare up.
Comfort. Possibly the most important justification behind the significance of bed height, is that it affects your comfort and well-being on a daily basis. How easy it is to get in and out of the bed is obviously dependent on said bed’s height. You don’t want to strain your legs having to scramble out of a really low bed. At the same time, you don’t want to have to hurdle your way into bed every night.
Durability. Metal bed frames are made to last for a long period of time and survive wear and tear. Sadly, most metal bed frames these days have iron content that can corrode easily. Nevertheless, these do have anti-corrosive coating to delay rust from appearing and if you do treat the metal bed frame with a new coating, it will still look brand new.
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