Built with solid craftsmanship and skill, our range of modern wooden bed frames is a cut above the rest. You can get comfortable and snuggle in these queen and king-sized beds for years to come.
There are a number of standard bed frame sizes designed to fit the various standardized mattress sizes. These include single, queen, double and king size beds. Castlery offers wooden bed frames in a choice of sizes suitable for almost all bedrooms. Smaller beds like queens are more suited to bedrooms with limited space. Doubles offer ample sleeping space and king size bed frames provide a huge area for two people to really stretch out and enjoy an expansive sleeping area.
Wood is a beautiful natural material that looks equally good when left with the grain exposed as it does when painted. There are various shades and tones of natural wood, such as light pine, mid-range teak and dark mahogany – as well as multiple shades of varnish and wood treatments for all types of wood. Choose a tone that works well with your color scheme, choice of bedding colours, and any other exposed wood you have in your bedroom. However, other materials such as fabric bed frames can also work really well.
One of the main benefits of wood is how flexible it can be. Wood can be cut and carved to fit almost any style, from ornately carved panels to clean and modern lines. Of course, this being a bedroom and a place of relaxation, it might be best to keep your bed design as simple as possible. This also has more potential to last longer as simpler designs work well with the changing tastes in colours, bedding and other more temporary facets of bedroom design.
Type - Fabric Bed Frames
Colour - Grey Bed Frames
Size - King-Sized Bed Frames
Wood is a natural and flexible material that can be firmly and securely fixed together and easily taken apart again. That’s why it is such an ideal material for use as a bed frame. Of course, your individual comfort will also depend on the choice of mattress and bedding. Beds and bedroom sets are always worth investing in, seeing as we spend up to a third of our lives in bed.
It depends on your budget, requirements, and colour schemes. Almost any type of wood can be used for a bed frame, including pine, but generally harder woods such as oak, maple and cherry are considered the best option.
If bed frames are put together correctly (see this guide on how to put a bed frame together for more information) then they can last years. Wooden frames may need treating or repainting occasionally to keep them looking their best.