Someone suggests you buy an upholstered bed. Another claims that it is wooden beds that are all the range. On top of that, the kids want metal bunk beds. What on earth are you supposed to choose? Well, not to fret because we here at Furntureful have compiled a list of a great variety of materials that you could get your bed made in and what might be best for you. Read on below to gain exclusive insights into what bed materials are out there for you to try.
So, let’s get into it…
Material number 1: Wood
Classic. Traditional. Elegant. With a variety of tones to choose from (traditionals woods like pine and oak or more modern woods like cherry or white) you’re sure to feel like royalty when investing in a bed made from beautiful wood.
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Material number 2: Faux leather
This surprisingly versatile material should not be underestimated. As a synthetic material it can be easily dyed in a range of colours, great for those who are uncertain what they want and are really trying to shop around. Additionally, faux leather can be easily printed upon, leaving consumers with a wide sample of textures and patterns to choose from. If you’re looking for something funky and really out there, faux leather could be just the thing for you.
Material number 3: Upholstery
Upholstered chairs, tables and beds are those which have soft fabrics covering them like crushed velvet or linen. Take your time to find fabric that suits your taste and style. Looking for something soft and shiny? Silk might be the way to go. Want something thick and warm? Boucle would be right up your street. Most retailers upholster beds in fabrics such as crushed velvet or cotton so be sure to check on the retailer’s website for further details.