A bed frame is more than just framework to house your bed spring and mattress; a bed frame is also a decorative piece of furniture for your home. Your current bed frame may not be enough to meet your needs. Here are signs you need a new bed frame in your bedroom.
Your bed frame creaks or leans
Over time, your current bed frame will start to come loose. This means the furniture piece will start to make noise when you get in and out of bed or when you move around as you sleep. Your bed frame will also start to tilt or lean as it weakens with age and ample use. You want your bed frame to be durable and sturdy, so invest in a new bed frame made of solid steel or wood to give you a more durable place to sleep.
Your bed frame is plain
A plain bed frame, particularly one without a headboard, can be lacking in both design and appeal. Since your bed is the focal point of your bedroom, you want your bed frame to be ornate and attractive. You can accomplish this by investing in a new bed frame with decorative posts and other features to give your bed more personality.
Common materials used in bed frames include stainless steel, brass, solid wood, or a combination of these materials. You can even buy a bed frame that has built-in shelving underneath to give you storage space that you can use for clothing, shoes, and other items to keep your room organized and neat. You can find a new bed frame in a variety of styles and price ranges so you select the one that best meets your budget and personal taste.
For more information, visit your furniture store supplier. A representative there will show you bed frames and other bedroom furniture pieces that will make your room complete and give you the decorative upgrade you want.
You should also remember that bed frames don't arrive at your home fully assembled, so make sure you have the proper tools, such as a drill and hammer, to assemble your bed frame once you get it to your house. You can also pay an additional fee to have your bed frame delivered and set up, or you can choose a furniture store that offers this type of service for free or for a small fee.