Published at Thursday, August 01st 2019, 03:36:52 AM by Aubrette Favreau. Bedding
There are folding beds available (which are also known as hide-a-beds and space saving beds) that will suit any home. With this type of bed, you can easily transform a relatively small room, for example a computer room or office, to a guest room. This is because the beds are designed to be slipped into the wall or a specially designed closet, and hence leave a lot of floor space in your room. Get a desk and a chair to fill the space and your computer room or study is ready use, and ready to convert into a bedroom when needed.
If you want to know the percentage of each of those general types sold it goes something like this. Queen beds, 50%, king beds 20%, twin beds 25% and bunk beds 5%. These numbers actually vary from country to country but in the US that’s pretty much the breakdown. But it doesn’t end there. Then you’ve got your traditional flat beds, your wall beds, your water beds, your paediatric beds and so on.
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