If you’re looking to change up your bedroom’s style, consider starting off small by replacing your current bedding with a new set of pillow cases, shams, comforter and skirt. If that still doesn’t appeal to you, you might want to think about going with a different bed frame. There are a variety of sizes, styles, colors and materials to choose from including black wooden bed frames and upholstered headboards and frames. Just this simple change can make a world of difference visually.
Black wooden bed frames:
Black wooden bed frame pictured: Grove Panel Bed in Black Finish-California King – Coaster 201651KW by Coaster Home Furnishings
If you’re finally ready to ditch the bed you had since you were a teenaged boy, there are quite a few bed frames for men that will look great in practically any bedroom. Solid, dark colors with thick headboards and foot-boards add a degree of masculinity that should be matched by solid, dark colored bedding. And for the cool factor, find a bed frame that has a built-in flat screen TV riser in the foot-board to impress anyone who happens to spend the night or two.
Bed frames for men:
Bed frame for men pictured: Baxton Studio Felton Dark Brown Queen Modern Platform Bed
When looking to buy a queen sized wooden bed frame, you might be surprised at how relatively inexpensive they can be. Of course you will have to do some leg work or mouse clicking to find which brands are cheaper, but in the end you are sure to find one that fits your bedding needs and budget together. Just remember that you will most likely need a box spring and mattress to go along with the bed frame which you should have before ordering so you know the size of frame needed.
Wooden bed frames – queen:
Queen wooden bed frames pictured: Ikea Full Bed Frame Solid Wood with Headboard
Nose pads do one job and they do it well: they provide cushioning between your glasses and your nose. Plastic frame do not have those little arms that hold silicone pads. They are not usually fitted with any pads at all in fact, and this is why they require the use of pads that stick.
Nose Pads for Plastic Frames:
Nose Pads for Plastic Frames pictured: Nose Pads By Apex Healthcare Products
Dorm rooms, as a rule, tend to be small, which is why a space saver like a loft bed is so practical in the college environment. When a desk is already incorporated in the space under the bed, it becomes the perfect solution for students, because the desk takes up no extra floor space whasoever. Just make sure the bed is high enough to have ample head room when sitting down. This may not be true of the lower loft beds designed for young ones.
College Loft Bed Frame:
College Loft Bed Frame pictured: Loft Bed Full Size Work Station by Coaster Home Furnishings