Misura Emme contemporary double bed
The main criteria for choosing a bed are comfort, aesthetics, available space, space savings and practical solutions. Since we all have different needs, there are many types of beds that exist: standard, superimposed (or bunk beds), canopy, mezzanine, trundle, retractable, tatami, floating, round, chest and more. Many of them will come with various options including whether to have the bed upholstered, with or without a headboard, with built-in bedside tables and with integrated lighting.
There are different sizes of beds for different needs. The main ones are single, semi-double and double (king size and queen size). Bed dimensions may vary per country, however, with different standards.
The standard or classic bed, with or without headboard, can be found in most parent rooms. Whether it’s in metal or wood, let your imagination speak and choose the model that suits you. You can add a headboard separately to bring even more style and comfort to your bed.
SELLEX wall bed
The “Murphy” bed is also known as a folding bed, wall bed or bed wardrobe. Either way, they rock for small spaces since you can transform the room of your choice into a beautiful bedroom. Resolutely practical while being decorative, the folding bed is the space saving solution par excellence for reduced spaces. For more storage you can also equip it with cabinets on each side. The system of this bed is as simple as it is ingenious, and is generally embedded in the wall in order to free all the space on the ground.
The trundle bed is also called a pull-out bed. It’s a combination of a bed with a metal mechanism drawer that raises to make a complete bed for two people.
This bed is extremely practical for small spaces as it combines a bed for two people, a single bed and can also serve as a bench.
Perfect for kids ‘rooms and even for adults’ rooms, the bunk bed allows you to add two beds in your room using only one sleeping space.
The mezzanine or the loft bed is like a bunk bed except the bottom bed is left out. Another space-saving solution for reduced spaces, this bed for one or two people is elevated and leaves room below for a second living space. For example, you can install a desk, shelves or a sofa and transform this space office or living room.
The chest or boot bed, also called the trunk bed is an excellent compromise between a space saving solution and clever storage. This bed is both fashionable and practical. It consists of a generous bed associated with a storage box for all your belongings. The trunk bed allows you to create space in your bedroom while offering a contemporary design.
MORELATO Canopy bed
The canopy bed is a great choice for a more romantic setting. It creates a cocoon-like atmosphere, inviting for rest and moments of relaxation. It is often accompanied by accessories or curtains that reinforce the cocoon spirit.
Another option for small spaces, the retractable bed can be stored and turned into a real piece of furniture that can even contain storage. Its real advantage is that it frees room on the ground for a perfectly organized interior.
ZEITRAUM floating bed
A Japanese platform bed or a tatami bed is meant to be healthy. It’s said that sleeping on a futon placed on a tatami is good for the back. Tatami mats are a kind of rush flooring used in traditional Japanese homes, so you can get an idea of how this type of bed sits low to the ground. The firmness of the tatami helps you pick up the right position when you’re sleeping, which reduces joint and muscle tension.
On the safety side, there’s the floating bed. The legs of the bed are set within the bed frame, so it hovers over the ground, as if floating. Thanks to this, there’s very little risk of stubbing a toe when getting into bed.
Psychological research seems to point out that people are attracted to round shapes above all others. The round bed is considered the sexy choice.