Bed Frames. Tuesday , July 10th , 2018 - 16:48:40 PM
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.
Strength. Wooden bed frames can often come with a long guarantee due to the robustness of the construction. The strength and long lasting nature of the structure and method of construction allow for a wooden bed frame to last indefinitely. Especially those that utilise ‘mortise and tenon’ joints which provide an exceptionally strong joint at the often weakest point being where the side rail connects to the leg. Get Laid Beds provide an 11-year guarantee on all beds to prove this.
What Type Of Bed To Choose? When you shop around for a bed the bed frame is just as important as the mattress. You will find that the most common materials used in manufacturing bed frames are wood and metal. However if you want to invest more on the mattress than the bed frame you can opt for metal bed frames instead. Metal bed frames are much more simple sleek and stylish and they are also cheaper. You can also have a headboard and footboard attached for added style. These bed frames are available in different sizes and they usually come in casters or wheels. For large bed frames metal slats are included in their construction to provide extra support for the mattress and raised edges to prevent the mattress from moving or sliding off.
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