Bed Frames. Monday , July 09th , 2018 - 11:44:31 AM
Age. Your age is also likely to affect the bed height you’re after. An older person needs a bed that they can easily get in and out of without straining their body. A bed that is too low will be a struggle for joints whereas a bed that is too high will require jumping onto the mattress each evening. If this applies to you correlate the bed height to your height to ensure maximum comfort.
Lifespan. Another benefit of having a wooden bed is that it can be changed over the years to give it a second third or even fourth life. With sanding staining and painting options (if needed) you can always refurbish your bed to develop with your tastes. In theory all you would need to do (providing the bed frame is cared for properly) is replace your mattress after the recommended amount of years. Whereas with divan bases it is highly advised you change your bed base and mattress at the same time.
Practical. A benefit of being flat packed when delivered allows that you can move the bed into any room of your house with ease especially for those who have loft spaces. This would have proved impossible with a bulky divan base. It’s also easy to move with you when you change house. A slatted bed base also increases ventilation and airflow underneath your mattress keeping a fresh and hygienic sleeping environment.
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