Depending upon the type of mattress you have, there are various styles of Single Bed Frames that may work well.
For a bed that does not require a box spring, you may choose a slatted wood frame. When buying a single bed frame, it’s important to choose something that will support the weight of your mattress. A bed frame that is made with six legs, including two for center support, is best. In addition, you may prefer Single Bed Frames that include headboard brackets.
For practicality and attractiveness, choose Single Bed Frames that include a headboard.
Your single bed frames should include two locking rollers in the center. This will prevent the bed from rolling freely. The other four rollers should be on caster wheels, making it easy to move for vacuuming underneath. If you buy a metal single bed frame, choose something with powder coating. A powder coated metal bed frame may be resistant to scratches and dings.
If you need a single bed frame for an air mattress, choose something low profile. For portability, look for a bed frame that folds and may be stored when not in use. This type of frame should be equipped with an enclosure to keep your air mattress secured. You should be able to find this style in sporting goods stores that sell camping equipment.
Whether you choose a traditional metal or wood platform bed frame, assembly may be necessary. Some furniture stores offer free set up when purchasing a mattress or bedroom set, but this is not always an option. If you must assemble the bed frame yourself, choose something with easy assembly. In addition, be sure your single bed frames include a manufacturer’s warranty.