About Bedroom Double Bed Frame
A double bed frame used to be the standard bed size for couples before the latter half of the 20th century. If you are having trouble finding a double bed frame, you will probably be able to find a full bed frame instead. Many of these frames are adjustable as well so you can accommodate either a double bed or a twin. Higher-end models tend to refrain from adjustability. It is best to consider your budget and your functional needs for the bed before going shopping for the model that’s right for you. The materials used to make the double bed frame are perhaps the most important considerations you will need to think about before purchasing. Hardwoods are usually the most expensive options; oak and mahogany, for example, are hardwoods that are very beautiful, not to mention exceptionally durable.
If hardwoods are out of your price range, you can consider some softwoods such as pine, but keep in mind that softwoods can be more susceptible to damage such as rotting and cracking. Buyers on a tight budget might want to consider a double bed frame made from steel. Steel frames can be high-end or low-end, depending on the design. The least expensive steel frames will feature neither headboards nor footboards, and they will generally be made from lower-end steel. They are not especially attractive, but they can be concealed very easily using a bed skirt. A higher-end steel double bed frame will feature thicker gauge steel that is stylized and designed to be more attractive.