Top Ten Fab Bed Styles of 2021

When thinking about a bed, we think about relaxing and sleeping comfortably. We all have a different standard image of a bed that pops into our head when we think about a bed. Below, we will explore various bed types. We will discuss a variety of beds that look different and exhibit diverse features and comfort levels.

Divan Bed

Divan beds with storage are crafted from two main sections that are joined by a bracket. The base of the bed is built with wood and sits directly on the floor. The bed’s base is nearly three feet in height and equipped with a cover that can be lifted and provides ample space for storage. These beds are both useful and functional and are well-liked for their durability and a premium comfort level. There is a myriad of diverse designs when considering divan beds. Divan beds sometimes offer various storage options, such as drawers and sliders. Usually headboards are optional and sold separately.

Sleigh Bed

A sleigh bed with a sprung mattress is a contemporary bed noted for the bold statement it makes. Sleigh beds are crafted with sleek curves and a slender appearance. The sleigh bed style is totally different from that of a standard bed enriches the appearance of your bedroom. Available in a wide variety of materials, including traditional wood and metal, sleigh beds are the perfect choice for modern styled homes.

Sofa Bed

A sofa bed functions as furniture during daytime and can be converted into a bed at night. Sofa beds are available with storage space options. They are ideal for people who live in small quarters as they provide a place to sit during the day and a place to sleep at night. Sofa beds are a great option to be used as a guest bed, especially when they include a mattress.


A futon is a padded mattress used for sleep that can be folded away and used as a sitting place during the day. This traditional Japanese bed type saves space, allowing you to utilise the room in which it sits for other purposes during the day. Updated futon styles offer a wood or metal frame that lifts the futon mattress off the ground. You can use a futon as a couch for your living room or any other room where it can be converted into a bed for a restful night’s sleep. Futons come in different removable covers in a wide variety of colours and patterns to match your home decor.

Bunk Bed

Bunk beds are designed to accommodate multiple people are available in a wide range of styles. Bunk beds consist of two-bed frames stacked on the top of one another, equipped with a ladder for climbing to the second level. The main function of a bunk bed is to save horizontal space and accommodate multiple people. Bunk beds are widely used in hostels, summer camps, and in student housing. Bunk beds are often used in kid’s bedrooms to save space. Wooden bunk beds are very popular, and white bunk beds are currently popular, but they come in a wide range of colours, materials, and styles. Most bunk beds offer the option of separating the bunk beds into two distinct single beds, which is an amazing option in the future when space is no longer a necessity.

Cabin Bed

Cabin beds are like bunk beds, but they contain a single sleeping bunk with storage cabinets, located below the frame. Cabin beds are designed to manage clutter in children’s bedrooms and to additionally save space. Cabin beds are available in a wide variety of sizes, colours, and styles.

Loft Bed

Loft beds are like a bunk bed, but they contain a single bed frame, elevated in the air to save horizontal space. The bed is supported with iron or wooden rods and provides space beneath the bed frame that can be used in different ways. A small sofa, futon, chest of drawers, or a desk are common examples of the way people use the space under their loft bed. An extensive range of loft beds contain built-in storage solutions and other unique features such as a built-in desk, futon, or sofa. Loft beds are both practical and functional for places with limited space.

Trundle Bed

Also known as hurly or truckle beds, a trundle bed is crafted to provide efficient, space saving solutions for your home. A trundle bed is located under a larger bed frame, being the slightly smaller of the two. The trundle bed can be rolled underneath the top bed frame to save space. These two beds can be separated into two distinct beds when necessary. Trundle beds are quite popular, currently. Trundle beds are among the most functional pieces of furniture for saving bedroom space. Trundle beds can also function as a day bed, guest bed, or a bunk bed.

Cot Bed

A cot bed is crafted for use by babies and little kids. A cot bed has high borders around its edges to provides optimal protection for babies to ensure they do not fall out. Cots can be decorated with a baby mobile. Cots are usually crafted from wood or metal. Since cot beds are deep, they offer a haven for little kids.

Four-Poster Bed

Four-poster beds are an antique style bed common in the early sixteenth century. These beds are crafted from quality wood and adorned with engraved art. Four-poster beds contain four long wooden poles that provide support to the upper shade, giving the bed a pretty privacy shelter. Four-poster beds are ideal for rooms designed with an antique flair, adding a luxurious feel to your room.