When choosing the right cottage beds, it can be helpful to think about the people who might sleep there, the size of the bedrooms, and your existing cottage decor.
For master bedroom suite, you might want queen or king-sized bed, but bunk beds might be better choice for child’s bedroom. If your space is extremely limited, you may want cabin-style bed that has dresser drawers underneath. If you would like to add additional sleeping space in the living room of your holiday cottage, you might want to consider futon or sleeper sofa.
Read on to know more about Cottage Beds ideas.
Master bedroom suite normally has the most elaborate Cottage Beds because this room may be big enough for queen or king-sized furnishings. If this family cottage is your second home, you may want to have more than two Cottage Beds in this bedroom. In this case, you may want to choose two queen-sized beds in this room. If the cottage is your primary residence, this may not be concern so you can place king-sized model there instead.
In order to be prepared for unexpected guests, you may want to be able to use your living room as temporary sleeping quarters. You may want to buy couch that fold out to make queen-sized bed or futon that lays down so that people can sleep on it. When you are trying to decide, it can be helpful to consider who might be sleeping on these cottage beds, as futon might have less room on it than sleeper sofa would.
The right cottage beds should enhance your existing decor, but this does not mean this furniture has to be expensive. You can often purchase these cottage beds at flea markets or used furniture stores and in some cases you can also buy dressers or nightstands to match them. In the event you do not have matching set, you may be able to paint the pieces to create custom look no matter what style of family cottage you are decorating.