Published at Monday, October 07th 2019, 09:57:56 AM by Baptiste Auger. Bedding
Then there are your beds for more than one person, which are basically queen and king. Honestly, there is very little difference between the two except that king beds are a little bigger. These are your typical beds that your typical married couple buy. I’ll cover variations of these later. Then you’ve got your bunk beds. You know, the kind you and your little brother had when you were growing up. I actually had 2 friends who had bunk beds. The older one got the bottom and the younger one got stuck on top. That’s usually how it works unfortunately. First come, first served.
This design prevailed for centuries. Throughout history, very few aspects of the bed changed. Eventually, improvements developed with the idea of bedsprings. Although invented in the 1870’s, they weren’t manufactured and sold for many years. Providing wonderful, novel comfort, these springs removed the loathed lumps which had prevented a satisfying night’s sleep. Also invented in the 19th century, the metal bed frame proved inhospitable to bed bugs, while wood frames were weakened by them. The new bed frame would continue to support up to 10 layers of sheets, blankets, quilts and more at that time. Resulting from countless, uncomfortable nights, a flawed design was ultimately changed.
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