Looks like most people dislike the weird gap between the mattress and the side of the bed, but I actually found the gap to be very helpful when I make the bed. I tack the blanket in that gap, aroundLooks like most people dislike the weird gap between the mattress and the side of the bed, but I actually found the gap to be very helpful when I make the bed. I tack the blanket in that gap, around the mattress, just like shown on their picture and the bed looks nice and neat. )) I don't think you could do it if the mattress was tight against the side of the bed. This bed is very low, so your blanket might hang down and touch the floor if you dont tack it. The cool part is that you don't need the spring box with this bed. The wooden slats are arched up and are floating in the end brackets to imitate the springs, and they do a good job of that, however I don't think they could withstand jumping - they will just pop out of the end brackets. This bed was just what I was looking for - low, no sharp edges, soft, slightly cushy headboard (which is good for wiggly sleepers), modern looking and fun. I've got pink and lavender and they look great together in one room. I think pink and green would also look nice. But i have not seen the green in person. The pink and lavender colors are medium, not too bright and not too dull. Hope this helps! ))"..."Read more
A panel bed features solid
panels as the headboard and the
A four poster bed features four
large posts at the head and food
of the bed. If you would like
an upper frame connecting the
posts, check Canopy beds.
A canopy bed features four large
posts connected by a frame and
drapery if available.
A wingback bed features a
headboard with ends molded
inward forming a "wing" like
A sleigh bed features a
headboard and/or footboard with
the ends curving outward.
A murphy bed type folds up into
the cabentry to allow for more
A platform bed is typically low
to the ground with simple
A slat bed features vertical
A wrought iron bed features
ornate metal designs or slats in
the headboard and footboard.
Transitional beds are a bit softer than modern beds and less ornate than traditional design. They feel at home in any room aesthetic.
With straight clean lines and angular cuts, contemporary and modern beds are void of any flourishes and embellishments.
With dark finishes and ornate craftsmanship, traditional beds are timeless pieces.
Perfect for a lake house or a country cottage, cottage design features white furniture and vintage distressed finishes.
Mission / Shaker beds offer quality wood craftsmanship featuring the slat and panel designs found in classic New England homes.
From log furniture to Southwestern style, rustic / lodge beds bring the great Out-of-doors into your home.
With Breezy palm tree embellishments and rattan woven headboards, tropical / exotic style is perfect for Oceanfront bedrooms.