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Elizabeth LED Ottoman Sidelift Wingback Bed, Double, Champagne
Elizabeth LED Ottoman Sidelift Wingback Bed, Double, Champagneby Limitless Home
Envisage Trade offers you this luxury executive new Eliza LED side lift ottoman designer bed frame. The tall curved wing back star studded headboard with 2 strips of LED on each side upholstered in the finest quality crushed velvet material. This bed has a commanding presence and will be the centrepiece of any room with its crystal headboard. The robust quality of the frame offers substantial internal storage, complete with a fabric base sheet. The gas hydraulics are designed to absorb the weight of a heavy mattress, allowing for smooth opening and soft closing. Owing to its strong construction, this is definitely a bed which is made to last which will ensure you a perfect nights sleep. The Wingback crystal diamante headboard the LED lights and the space saving ottoman the Eliza is a must for any bedroom. The Eliza LED ottoman comes with a sprung slatted base for ultimate mattress support and comfort. This bed comes flat packed and includes all instructions for minimal self assembly. The LED display features a 16 colour LED light engine (supplied with wireless remote control) that emits 4 basic colours: White, Red, Green, and Blue. In addition to the static fixed colour you can select any of the following modes: strobe, flash, fade or smooth. Please note this bed is side lift from right hand side only as shown on image Mattress Size: 135 x 190 cm Mattress Included: NoRead More
Comfort in the bedroom is essential, and this means investing in a quality bed and headboard that will support you throughout a good nights sleep - after all, your bed shouldn’t be the thing that goes bump in the night! The style of your bed is often the defining element of decor in your bedroom - a four poster bed or sleigh bed are great starting points for a traditional bedroom design, whilst platform beds or leather bed frames offer a contemporary option. Headboards create a focal point in a room, and the most simple of bed frames can be transformed with a bold headboard so if you can’t afford to invest in an elaborate bed you can compensate with a great headboard!

What size bed should I get?


Single beds, bunk beds and small beds are ideal for children or smaller bedrooms with limited space. If it’s time to upgrade your small double or double bed, make sure you’ve measured the wall space to check that there’ll be enough space to walk around the bed and access furniture. King size bed and super king size beds (also known as queen size beds) make a considerable difference to surface area because they’re longer as well as wider. Be equipped with the right measurements and check these against those of the bed frame itself - and the door frame, as you want to make sure you can actually get your new bed into the bedroom!

How often do I need a new bed?


If your bed or mattress is more than ten years old, it’s likely to be time for a new one. Nightly use will, over time, deteriorate the condition of bed frames so they becomes worn and unstable, and the quality and hygiene of mattresses particularly will be compromised over time. Even more so than beds, headboards display signs of wear and tear and may make your room appear shabbier than it is. Because beds are the focal point of bedrooms, replacing the bed in a dated bedroom is one of the best ways to lift your bedroom furniture. Finally, if your bed is so uncomfortable that you’re losing sleep, then it’s definitely time for a new one!


What kind of bed works for my master bedroom?


If you’re springing (so to speak) for a new master bed, this is a weighty decision worthy of the investment. Be sure to prioritise quality and durability when choosing your master bed, because it should stand the test of time. Being the largest bedroom, a master bedroom should be able to accommodate grander styles so choose the most sizeable option you have room for - upgrading from a double bed to king size bed can be surprisingly luxurious. As well as the size of the frame, a statement headboard will really make a master bed; no one likes a creaky headboard, so make sure this too is extra sturdy.

What bed works best for kids and guests?


Kids beds depend on their age, but once they are ready to move on from their cot bed as a general rule it’s a good idea to opt for a bigger size such as a small single bed or a single bed that they can grow into to save replacing their beds regularly. For added storage and utility, cabin beds and captain beds are an excellent solution. Twin beds and bunk beds are the go-to choice for kids who share a room, and trundle beds offer additional sleeping space for sleepovers. Guest bedrooms have some versatility but the beds should provide comfort; if you are anticipating more than one guest at a time, you could have one small double bed with an additional daybed or folding bed in the room. For minimal space, futons, chair beds and sofa beds offer the most practical solution.
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