When purchasing a new bed, there are a number of factors to consider. Size is perhaps the most important factor—after all, you wouldn’t want to spend all that time and money on a California king bed, only to discover that you can’t fit it into the guest room! That brings us to location: will it be in your room, a child’s room, or a spare room? Lastly, who will be using the bed, and with that, what sort of style should you go for?
Understanding these things will help make your bed purchasing decision more informed, and lead you to exactly the bedroom furnishings you need for your home. At Home Gallery Furniture and Mattress, our friendly and knowledgeable sales team are here to help answer any questions you may have in deciding upon your new bedroom set.
Before even setting foot into our bedroom furniture showroom, it’s probably best you take some time to measure the dimensions of the room you want your bed to placed. By knowing your size requirements beforehand, not only will you know what model to look for, but it could also help determine what other bedroom furnishings you can put around the bed. Will you have enough room for an entire bedroom set, or only space for one of our dressers for sale? Break out the measuring tape and find out!
Will your bed go in the master suite, or the loft? In conjunction with sizing your bed, think about what room it’s in, or what the room will eventually become. Are you transforming your basement into a guest suite? Then consider a queen bed. Are you building an annex with just enough room for rest and relaxation? Maybe all you will need is a full bed.
The bed ought to reflect the personality of the most frequent user, so it is important to put that into account. If you are taking care of an elderly member of the family, consider an upholstered bed frame to maximize comfort. If you are looking out for A-Number-One, and if the budget allows, consider an opulent sleigh bed or regal canopy bed.