Platform beds feature mattresses that are placed directly atop the base platform, obviating the need for a box spring. Sitting closer to the floor, these beds often come with optional storage drawers and bins.
Sleigh beds are feature large, solid, curved heardboards and footboards, resulting in a resemblance to a sleigh. A very old and traditional style, sleigh beds exude an air of classic timelessness.
Poster beds feature four tall posts at each corner of the bed. Originally added as part of a privacy screen, poster beds remain popular to this day.
Captain's beds are tall platform beds featuring extensive space-saving storage drawers in the base, in imitation of the sort of bunk one might find in an old tall ship.
Bunk beds are what you get when you stack one bed on top of another. Widely used as a space-saving measure in homes with children or in settings where large groups need to be housed together, bunk beds let you double the number of beds you can fit in a space.
Canopy beds are very similar to a poster bed, using four corner posts to support an overhead cloth canopy. These beds are more decorated and add a timeless, classic look to your bedroom.
Adjustable beds have multiple hinges that allow the position and orientation of the bed to be easily changed. These beds are traditionally found in a hospital setting but have been gaining popularity for use in the bedroom.