Published at Wednesday, July 31st 2019, 09:08:00 AM by Aubrette Favreau. Bedding
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.
Beds are everywhere. Although millions own at least one, very few fully understand the privilege they provide. Beds, like most things, have changed and improved throughout the course of history. So, what did our common, comfortable beds resemble before modern achievements shaped today’s culture? Truly, to appreciate what is offered today, (because there is always a lesson in history,) we must recognize it’s beginning. To believe that modern comforts have always existed is wrong. Providing an under-appreciated blessing, a bed is a perfect example of a privilege which took centuries to arise.
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