Many consumers mistakenly believe that in order to receive a quality item you have to pay over the odds for it, but this is simply not the case: bedsos offer a good selection and my personal recommendation. You can buy beds bought from a range of suppliers and can often be the same quality as more expensive models. In order to fulfil their job of providing us with a good night’s sleep, a bed must be sturdy but also comfortable.
Some people prefer their bed to be constructed from solid wood, such as pine or oak, however due to the cost this is not always the best option; there are many other types of cheap leather beds available that offer the same look for much less money. The most popular of these is wood veneer. Veneered-wood furniture is mainly constructed of a light-weight MDF construction with a real-wood veneer applied to the outside. If a real-wood and veneered-wood bed were stood side by side most people would not be able to tell the difference.
The benefits of veneered-wood or leather beds
Not only do veneered-wood beds costs much less money than real-wood beds they can also be better for the environment too. Often trees are sourced from an area that does not promote sustainability and this can mean that the supply of wood is constantly being reduced; veneered-wood allows you to have the same look and can also be more beneficial in other ways. A real-wood bed is extremely heavy and can be very difficult to manoeuvre; this does not pose a problem day to day, but could be an issue if you ever come to move house. Veneered-wood beds can be easily handled as they are much lighter. Many bed and furniture retailers have special collections that are designed to complement each other when purchased as a set; this can mean that you can easily change the look of your bedroom simply by deciding which finish to choose from.
Different types of wood finished beds
Depending on your personal preference and they existing style of your bedroom there are different types of wood finish available to choose from in most furniture shops. If you prefer a light coloured wood then you are advised to go for a light oak finish, or an ash finish; if you prefer darker wood then mahogany wood may be the best choice for you. Pine is a popular wood although there are many different shades available ranging from light Scandinavian pine through to a more yellow-ish hue. If you have a real-wood bed and would like to update the look of it you should consider staining the wood with special varnish; this can usually be bought at a DIY store. You will need to sand down the item first; this bit is the most time-consuming but you should ensure that you take your time in order to achieve a good finish to the final product. After sanding you apply two coats of varnish after leaving to dry in-between.
bedsos.co.uk currently considered by many a great way to aquire cheap beds. But the competition is hotting up with real world bed shops like Bed shed and amazon .co.uk dreams and bensons website etc etc Good luck!