Blogs Bed Type

Bed type

  • Contemporary canopy bed.
  • Traditional style bed.
  • Mid-century bed.
  • French-style bed.
  • Scandinavian bed.
  • Country style bed.
  • Modern bed style.

Platform bed 

This platform provides sufficient support and ventilation for a mattress, eliminating the need for a separate base.

Folding bed



A folding bed is one of the most convenient types of bed frames for the home.

Murphy wall bed



A murphy bed or wall bed is a bed that can fold up into a wall or cabinet to save space. Similar to a futon, these are also space-saving.

Also known as a pull-down or fold-down bed, it is hinged at one end to store vertically against the wall, or inside a closet or cabinet.

 Four poster bed 

It is known for the distinct decorative posts that rise up from each corner of the bed frame. However, the posts vary in height, some protruding only a couple inches above the mattress and others extending to almost ceiling height.

This style is a popular addition to a large bedroom. The posts can be designed in a variety of styles, from rustic to regal. Moreover, it occupies a larger space in the room and has vertical sides taller than the headboard and footboard



A daybed is a couch that is used as a seat by day and as a bed by night. It is incredibly versatile because it can be used as a bed, a bench, and a sofa. While it serves the same purpose as a futon, it’s a bit more elegant.

It comes in a variety of shapes and sizes, the most common ones being single beds. It is perfect for home offices, guest rooms, and even patios.

This multifunctional option doubles as a sofa and is meant to be placed against a wall. The headboard and footboard of a daybed act as the sofa arms, and some styles also have a sideboard that stands in for a sofa back.

Bunk bed 


A bunk bed necessarily is two or more beds one atop the other. They are used for adults in military barracks and in some ski lodges. In addition, they are used for children and teens in summer camps. Some inexpensive hostels provide bunk beds for guests as well.

Also known as double-decker beds, these are ideal for bedrooms that are shared by multiple children. Traditionally, it’s a single bed stacked on top of another with a ladder leading to the top bunk.

Futons and these have one common property- space efficiency.


A trundle or truckle bed is usually stored beneath another bed during the day. They have been in use for centuries. In the modern era, they are sometimes referred to as sleepover beds or daybeds with pop-up trundles.

They are the opposite of bunk beds as they have a built-in design underneath that pulls out. These are another great way to save space in a kid’s bedroom and are great for sleepovers.

Similar to a bunk bed, it is space-saving in nature. It has a high headboard of wood and no footboard.

Storage bed 

 A box bed with storage makes the most of the space to store items such as unused bedding, linens, and seasonal clothes.

Having a sensible in-built storage space, they are statement furniture pieces. Moreover, organize the storage space with boxes and dividers to create the perfect balance between style and functionality


Hydraulic bed 


Offering easy and hassle-free operation, hydraulic beds double up as storage solutions. Due to their amazing features, they are fairly popular for homeowners looking to invest in bedroom furniture.

These have an expansive storage space along with a hydraulic lift mechanism that makes handling the furniture convenient. These are available in a wide variety and enhance the style quotient of your bedroom.

Bed with drawer



This design incorporates under-bed storage, usually in the form of deep, wide drawers. In addition, some of these designs have storage space in the headboard as well.

Therefore, these are perfect for a smaller bedroom with minimal storage space.


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