Bed Frame / September 5, 2018 / Pierrette Segal.
Bed frames are commonly made with different materials like brass wood and steel but look-wise seem similar in shape. The frames are made of four legs and two of these legs remain at the front side and rest two remains attached on the hind portion of the bed. The position of the legs makes perfect rectangle form; in some frame extension of legs are also found and these are called as bed posts.
The second important point you should consider is about your bed mattresses if the mattress will fit properly with the frame. Some of the frames can be well adjusted with their width for example with single beds or normal double beds but in these cases mattresses are need to be in proper size in order to have proper adjustment with the new frame for ultimate comfort level. Therefore size of the mattresses is prime factor need to be in consideration before purchasing a new frame.
Many of us actually dont take into consideration the quality of the frames whenever we buy beds. Well in fact bed frames are one of the important factors to be considered here. Modern frames are the support or base of the beds. You should buy something that is surely to last long and sturdy. When you plan to purchase a wooden bed frame it must be made from hardwood like oak or mahogany. And if you plan of purchasing a metal bed frame take a pick between brass and iron.
The traditional four-poster bed as seen in Regency England has become modernized with canopy bed frames. This style once seen only in museums has been given a new lease of life by modern furniture makers who have seen their potential as an elegant yet sturdy bed frame. The modern canopy frames still have the four posts in each corner. These can extend to four feet from the ground and have supports from which curtains will hang. The posts are no longer ornate but have a simpler more utilitarian design that is easy to dismantle and clean.