Everyone knows wood for being one of the most versatile, dynamic, friendly, elegant, and durable resources in the world of architecture and furniture design. The design of beds doesn't escape that classification. Some models like the Fiord bed frame represent the clearest evidence of how wonderful it can be to use wood for such creations. A wooden bed frame will look great with just about any kind of decorating style, and if it's a high-quality type of wood, it can last for many years and still look the same as the day they brought it to your doorstep.
Wooden bed frames are usually quite heavy and difficult to transport, but minimalist designs, with their simple and light frames, have a more notable advantage in that regard. Also, if the wood is strong, it can support a mattress without a box spring. It's fascinating how furniture designers have managed to create countless different models from wood, taking full advantage of its technical and aesthetic features. It's a material that has reigned for many decades as the favorite of all kinds of furniture, especially bedroom furniture.
A Resource of Vital Importance
From the oldest classical styles, wood was already used to create designs with exotic ornamental details carved on the surface, a trend gradually displaced, especially after the popularization of Modernism. Among the most popular types of wood are maple, a light type of wood, medium woods like oak, and dark woods like mahogany. In other words, there's a modern bed frame model for practically all types of interior decors.
The Fiord Bed Frame includes a walnut or ash veneer; its design is inspired by traditional Danish works made of teak. The safety of the head is ensured with 45 degrees of the edge that make up the frame. Its legs are made of solid wood with complementary edges, which adds firmness to the design's overall structure and helps achieve deep sleep.
It's a piece that can be combined very well with conventional decors and even easily become the focal point of any bedroom layout. Wood is warm, flexible, and beautiful. Plus, it doesn't require a lot of maintenance, so your bedroom will look like a luxurious setting without much effort.
Many modern furniture specialists apply wood polish to restore deteriorated pieces to make them look new even after many years of use. Wood is so appreciated by users that some even prefer models with natural imperfections (cracks, stains, or small holes in the surface). After all, it's a material taken directly from nature, which makes it special. Each wood specimen and sample is unique and has particular aesthetic magic, ready to fill your spaces.
The Fiord bed frame and many other impressive MCM models await you in the Manhattan Home Design's catalog.