Types of Beds Based on Design Part 2

Types of Beds Based on Design Part 2

8. Daybed
Are used for sleeping, reclining, resting, and seating, in common rooms. Frames can be made of wood, metal or a combination, while the shape is a cross between chaise lounge, couch and a bed.

Day Beds
Day Beds

9. Poster
Or more commonly known as four-poster, this bed is constructed with four vertical columns, one at each corner, sometimes supporting a top panel. Traditionally these beds were very ornate and made of carved oak, but now come in a variety of materials and configurations.

Poster Beds
Poster Beds

10. Canopy
A decorative bed style resembling the poster. A typical example features posts in each of the four corners that extend well above the mattress. Decorated fabric or decorative covers over the upper space between the posts, create a roof or cover, covering the bed space.

Canopy Beds
Canopy Beds

11. Trundle
Are generally considered a couple of beds, a standard and a second with wheels so that it can be stored under the top bed. This design is an idea that saves space and allows an extra bed to be available when needed, without wasting space when it is not.

Trundle Beds
Trundle Beds

12. Bunk Bed
Adults obviously do not get this style of bed for a master bedroom, but they do buy for kids rooms, which is a great space saving piece of furniture for children sharing a room or having an extra bed in the house. Furthermore, children love this bed.

Bunk Bed
Bunk Bed

13. Pull-Out Sofa Bed
A pull-out sofa is a form of sofa bed. This kind of sofa has a mattress that folds on the couch can be pulled out and turned into a bed.

Pull-Out Sofa Bed
Pull-Out Sofa Bed

14. Storage Beds
Have drawers or hidden storage under or around the mattress itself. Some models even have a hinged frame where the whole sleeping surface can be lifted or raised to reveal the storage.
2 different types of storage beds :
-Drawer Storage on Side
-Drawer Storage on Sides and End

Storage Beds
Storage Beds