A bedframe is what is used to support your mattress as well as its base such as a box spring, if your bed has one. When going out to buy your bedframe, there are a few factors you will need to consider, as different bed frames work with different aspects of your bed. A few of these factors are discussed in this article.
Mattress Size: The size of your mattress will determine the size of the bedframe. If you already have a mattress purchased, you will need to have it measured so that the bedframe can be compatible with the mattress. The other size factors will depend on the size of the bed, whether it is twin size, king size, double or standard.
Available Room Size: This will also greatly determine the size of bedframe you will get. Smaller rooms will require smaller bedframes while larger rooms will accommodate bigger bedframes. If it is a new bedframe you are getting, it will be advisable to measure out the amount of space you plan to set aside for the bed, as well as leave some extra room should you be buying a bedframe with foot and head boards.
Get Bed Frames That Will Match Your Décor Theme: There are a wide variety of materials for bed frames available to choose from which include metal, wood, fabric and leather. There are also a variety of bed frame designs such as captain, divan, ottoman and bedstead. Choose a bed frame that will match or complement your already existing interior home décor for a more unified décor theme.