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Buying a bed or any piece of furniture without asking the right questions is a foolish mistake. It's not just about what may match your existing headboard, nor is it just about support. You'll want to know everything about the mattress you're about to purchase, and by asking these questions, you'll become a veritable mattress expert.
Where is the warehouse located?
Knowing this will give you a sense of the furniture's quality and true retail value. If it's local, there may be extra warranties attached to the piece, whereas if it is elsewhere, you may not get the support you'll need while assembling it yourself.
Will I need two twin box springs or does this King sized mattress come with a box spring?
Knowing this will give you a sense of how much money you'll be spending. If you have to purchase two twin box springs, you'll likely spend more. Also know if a foam, air or double mattress requires different equipment.
What are the dimensions and size of the mattress or piece of furniture?
Many sofas are over-sized and require doors to be removed from their hinges. And if the bed has a canopy or loft attached, it may be too tall for your ceiling.
What is the difference between a platform and frame?
If a salesperson doesn't know this, get out of the store quick! A platform is a frame but one on which a mattress can rest directly. A frame requires box springs first and a mattress on top.
What type of mattress can go on a bunk bed, trundle bed, water bed, toddler bed or futon?
Whichever bed you're looking to buy, some require very special mattress sets and aren't always cheap. Remember, the larger the mattress the more it'll cost: a queen is more expensive than a full.
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|Custom designed beds of every type and style. Bunk beds, lofts, trundle and more. Baby and toddler beds and furniture. We can even create beds with built-in storage. Twin through king size beds available.
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Most stores that sell beds are warehouse or big box stores. The size of the product requires a large amount of showroom space. Beds are also sold online and then shipped to the customer.
Most stores also sell bedroom furniture, including full sets. These might include headboards and matching dressers and wardrobes. In some cases, the store may sell all kinds of furniture. This is particularly common with stores specializing in used items.
Beds come in a variety of types. Some twin beds can be stacked as bunks. Full size and larger beds make up a large part of sales. King and queen sizes are often considered more desirable than doubles. Larger beds sometimes come in canopy beds, which tend to go in and out of fashion.
Most mattresses are spring mattresses, whilst foam is common for pillows. Air and water filled mattresses are popular, with the former being used as a quick and easy spare bed. Stores may also sell futons, convertible sofas and trundle beds (which fit under a frame for storage). Bunk and loft beds are commonly intended for older children, with baby cribs and toddler beds also important. Salesmen need to know all of these different kinds of furniture. They need to be able to correctly identify sizes and advise on the overall look of the room. They may also be asked to advise on appropriate support levels in mattresses. Stores may also sell beds that need to be assembled, and workers may have to provide information on that. They also need to be aware of fashions, such as the popularity of platform beds.
Some retailers specialize in selling cheap beds that are on clearance, some are much higher end. All sell an item of furniture that is often considered the most essential in any household.