Twin platform beds – If you’re looking for a bed with a box spring and mattress, so you will need to purchase a conventional bed. But if you choose a platform bed, your sleep will purchase a one shot deal that platform beds do not require box springs. Both bed styles available in different materials, sizes and price ranges.
Conventional beds consists of a frame that holds a box spring and a mattress. Twin platform beds consists of a frame and base combination which supports a mattress. Platform and conventional beds are readily available in wood, metal and upholstery. Because platform beds do not require the use of a box spring, this may be a more cost effective solution for you. But if you already own a mattress and box set spring, use a regular bed for them.
12 Photos Gallery of: Twin Platform Beds Vs Conventional Beds
Both the platform and conventional beds support traditional mattress sizes:. twin, full, queen and king. Twin platform beds often feature drawers or cupboards under the mattress, which is available around the bed. Conventional beds offer a little room to push things under the bed, but most of the area under the mattress is taken out of the box spring. If you choose a conventional bed, buy a bed skirt or bedspread to cover the box spring. Decorative frames are also available when the box spring is covered with hand rails and a foot rail or table.