Bed Buying Guide: What Style Bed Should I Get?
Friday, April 21, 2017
You may be trying to match other furniture and décor in the room or looking to redecorate, but either way, you’ll want to define a theme that is evident in your bedroom. Not to be confused with design (the structure) the style determines the look of the bed. For example, a sleigh bed is a type of design, but did you know that not all sleigh beds look traditional? There are dozens of styles to choose from:
Contemporary and modern beds incorporate trending materials and shapes, like metal or straight lines, to create a look that trades tradition for in-the-moment.
Often seen on: Platform beds
Industrial style beds are part of a similar movement, channeling the factory atmosphere through a raw materials and an urban look.
Often seen on: Wrought Iron beds
Scandinavian beds have become increasingly popular, thanks for IKEA, and are easily identifiable by their simple, functional design.
Often seen on: Storage beds
Traditional beds are picturesque displays of conventional beds, with all of the warmth and familiarity of a chair by the fire.
Often seen on: Low-post beds
Vintage and antique beds, likewise, purposefully cultivate the feel of days gone by and usually reflect a specific era in history.
Often seen on: Four-poster beds
Romantic beds feature embellishments like canopies, embroidery, and hand carvings, adding charm, beauty, and whimsy to the room.
Often seen on: Tester or Canopy Beds
The look and feel of your bed should match your personal style as much as your décor. If you’re feeling limited by the cookie-cutter options in furniture stores, we invite you to the Stigler’s experience. We know one size and style of bed doesn’t fit all, so we custom craft each piece of furniture to meet the design and style requests of our customers. At Stigler’s, your dream bed isn’t an inconvenience, it’s a work of art.