Bedroom With Queen Size Bed
Bed frames are basically bed steads, as in, the supports for laying the mattress on the bed. They are generally made from wood or metal. The bed is the most important part of bedroom furniture, and basically consists of 3 parts; the frame, box spring, and the mattress. A queen bed for a bedroom consists of a mattress that sits on top of the box spring, which may be held above the floor by a bed frame. Slightly smaller than a King, a queen bed offers adequate space for multiple people, and just the right amount of space for those that are “active” sleepers and move around while dozing. This size bed ensures that under most normal circumstances, the average person will not have to worry about falling off the edge of the mattress, or having body parts hang over the sides of the bed at night. Having a larger mattress space also helps people keep the mattress “new” for longer.
Having a queen bed is also a great way to provide a good deal of under bed storage space. Shoe boxes, plastic containers, and folded blankets of many different shapes and sizes can be pushed and stacked under these frames. Utilizing this extra space in this way will also help the bed move around less, especially if the frame is on wheels or on a surface that lacks carpet. A queen size bed frame may take up more space in a room than a smaller bed, but it does not mean that the space is lost; it can be used in other ways with a bit of creative thinking. Cord concealment and room division are only some of the viable options.