Thing To Consider Before Choosing Bespoke Beds

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Imagine waking up in your bed, feeling refreshed and ready for a new day. If you’ve never had the pleasure of waking up in one of those gorgeous bespoke bed from the 1800s, then you might be surprised at how wonderful it is to wake up rested and ready for anything! That’s why we’re going to help you decide if having a bespoke bed is right for you.

Storage Space

The first thing to consider when choosing a bed is whether there is enough space for it. You may want to measure the size of your bedroom and the floor area available, then decide how much extra space would be required if you were to add a bed. This can be tricky if you live in an apartment or small house where everything’s packed in tight, but bear in mind that many beds are larger than they appear in pictures (particularly sofa beds), so check them out online before buying.

Some people don’t care about having storage space underneath their bed because they never use it anyway—if this sounds like you, don’t worry! However if you find yourself running out of storage options elsewhere around the home (like under kitchen cabinets), then adding some under-bed storage might help with freeing up some valuable floor space elsewhere around the house.

Size Of Your Room

If you want to get the most out of your bespoke bed, it is important to consider the size of your room. If your room is large and spacious, then a larger bed will work perfectly for you. However, if your room is small and compact, then a smaller bed would fit better with the space available in the room.

A Murphy bed makes use of an old piece of furniture that folds up into a wall cabinet when not in use; it also doubles as storage space when opened up into an elevated surface suitable for sleeping on top of or working at during daytime hours. If you’re looking for extra storage space within your bedroom but don’t want to sacrifice any floor space from their other uses (such as sitting down or getting ready), then consider investing in this type instead!

If You Have A Partner Or Roommate

Another thing to consider is the size of your bed. If you have a partner or roommate, it’s best to get a larger bed that gives both of you enough space. If you live alone and are single, then go ahead and get whatever size suits your needs!

If you have roommates and/or share a room with a partner, make sure to go for king-sized beds. This way there will be enough room for everyone in the bedroom without feeling crowded or uncomfortable.

Your Lifestyle

Your lifestyle plays a major role in determining which type of bed is right for you. It’s important to consider how much time you spend in your bedroom, and how often you change your bedding. For example, if you share a room with someone else or have a busy schedule outside of the home, it might be difficult to keep on top of laundry every week. Or perhaps your sleep habits require frequent changes in position throughout the night—if so, then buying multiple pillows could prove costly over time.

Remember: Your choice will depend not only on how much space there is but also what type of sleeper you are! Perhaps most importantly (and perhaps obviously), remember whether or not anyone else will use this new mattress beside yourself; if so, then make sure that both parties are comfortable with whatever decision has been made before moving forward with any purchase plans.

Your Design Preference

For some people, a bespoke bed is simply a place to sleep. But for others, it’s an extension of their personality and style. If that sounds like you, then choosing how you want your bed to look might be just as important as choosing where you want it made.

We offer two main design categories: traditional or modern; and within each category there are several sub-categories that will make finding the right style easy for your taste. Here are some things to think about when making your choice:

  • Do you prefer clean lines and simple shapes or do bold colors and textures make your heart sing?
  • Are minimalist designs more attractive than those with lots of ornate detail?
  • Will a range of materials used in different ways appeal more than a single material throughout?


we hope you’ve learned a lot about choosing a bed, whether it’s a custom bed or off-the-shelf. We know that finding the right one is not always easy, especially if you have a specific room and budget in mind, but we can help! If you need more advice on any aspect of the process—from shopping tips to selecting materials—drop us an email or give us a call. We’re happy to assist in any way we can; after all, our passion for helping others live better lives through better design runs deep within all our hearts.

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