Bed Frames. Thursday , August 23rd , 2018 - 21:58:21 PM
Lifespan. Another benefit of having a wooden bed is that it can be changed over the years to give it a second third or even fourth life. With sanding staining and painting options (if needed) you can always refurbish your bed to develop with your tastes. In theory all you would need to do (providing the bed frame is cared for properly) is replace your mattress after the recommended amount of years. Whereas with divan bases it is highly advised you change your bed base and mattress at the same time.
Durability. Metal bed frames are made to last for a long period of time and survive wear and tear. Sadly most metal bed frames these days have iron content that can corrode easily. Nevertheless these do have anti-corrosive coating to delay rust from appearing and if you do treat the metal bed frame with a new coating it will still look brand new.
For children however bed height and ease of getting in or out doesn’t seem to be the priority. If like a lot of children your child is adamant to get a bunk bed do not fret. Bunk beds are an easy way of appeasing your child and saving space. The ideal height of a bunk bed is dependent on the floor to ceiling space you have available. It seems obvious but if you’ve got quite low ceilings you’ll want a low bunk bed to ensure your kids don’t hit their heads during every wake up call. The average height to leave between the top of their mattress and ceiling should be roughly 36 inches but again if your child’s a little taller there should be more room. For more information on bunk bed dimensions it’s worth taking a look at House Plans Helper.
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