A platform bed has a base consisting of a high level horizontally solid frame with a section consisting of rows of wooden slats or flexible lattice structure designed to support just a mattress. This platform provides a suitable, flexible and ventilation to a mattress support itself, eliminating the need for a mattress or a second base mattress.
This style of bed has a hinged frame, thus, allowing the bed to be stored in a much smaller and narrower space. They are often used in guest rooms and spaces where the bed is not used regularly. Some examples are folded on a wheeled frame to put in closets, while others fold into enclosures intended to be displayed.
Consists of a headboard and footboard made of flat panels of wood. The panels are framed with molding or grooves that mimic traditional wood panels or raised wooden coatings. The headboard and footboard are connected by wooden rails. Manufacturers offer beds in both the painted and wood-stained finishes. Some also offer versions of headboard only.
The sleigh bed features curved or foot and headboards resembling a sled or sleigh move. Often made of heavy wood, this style is the result of the French and American Empire period of the beginning of the 19th century. This beds today are made from a variety of materials including wood, iron, steel and aluminum, and often they have less exaggerated curves of the foot and headboards.
5. Murphy (Wall Beds)
Murphy beds, also known as wall beds, are designed to save space in a unique way, linking the framework for the bed itself can be tilted vertically and stored in a closet or cabinet.
This bed is the perfect choice for those who like reading or using devices in bed or watching television in bed. Because the engine is set up at various levels of sitting positions so that it can be adjusted to the angle needed. It can take a step further and make what both sides can be adjusted independently.
7. Santiago Bed
The bed design is a bed of the old world with decorative crown-shaped headboard.