Modern Standard Beds
Why We Love Standard Bed Frames & Headboards
The bedroom comes together with the inclusion of a bed frame. A standard bed frame and headboard setup solidifies the look and feel of the room, while also becoming the centerpiece of the space. While considered a traditional aesthetic, you'll be pleasantly surprised with the modern options you find here. Surrounded by nightstands, clothing dresser and a mix of well-chosen lighting, the bed could be the first or the final piece to successfully decorating your bedroom.
Why Choose A Standard Bed Frame?
The understated beauty of a standard bed frame is their simple, straightforward and familiar appearance. As a staple of your bedroom's decor, you want a bed that fits in with the rest of the room's look while also offering a comfortable place to sleep. After all, that is the primary role of a bed, right? The construction of these standard beds includes the frame for your box spring and mattress, as well as an elegant headboard. The beds can accommodate almost any mattress size too, making it easy to find a new frame for your existing mattress and box spring. And from rustic wood designs to fully upholstered options, there's a bed frame here to fit your style.
A Standard Bed Frame For Every Style
A bed should at once be comfortable and stylish. This can be achieved with any of the standard frames and headboards found here. Look to Copeland Furniture if its a wooden frame you would liek to add to your bedroom's decor. Copeland's beds are made from ethically source lumber from the forests of Vermont and constructed to provide an elegant, luxurious appearance in the bedroom. Blu Dot is a go-to choice for well-designed beds and any form of contemporary furniture for that matter. Beds from Gus Modern play into a mid-century theme and be sure to see Calligaris for a design finding its roots in traditional Italian furniture making.
Choosing the Best Standard Bed
Finding the right bed for your home requires a keen attention to its size. While you may already have a mattress and box spring ready to go, you need to measure your space to make sure the room can accommodate the headboards found on these bed frames. Some headboards are tall and require plenty of room to stand, while other designs are short and work in just about any area. You also need to decide if you would prefer a minimalist wood frame or one that is completely upholstered. Finally, with a mattress size and style on your mind, refine your choices by the fabric colors or wood tones that are most appropriate for your space. If you have any questions about the standard beds and headboards featured here, please call our furniture experts at 877.445.4486.
Other Great Options
A bed is just one element of your bedroom's design. You may also want to view bedroom furntiure to find bedside tables, dressers and a lounge chair to give your room a refresh. And consider an area rug to go underneath your new bed to ensure your floors are protected (especially for hardwood floors) and to add a soft touch to the room. Lastly, view the assortment of table lamps to add a bit of illumination for reading and other tasks.