Girls beds are often indistinguishable from boys beds. They're usually heavy, built to resist wrestling, jumping, and sleepovers, and only the addition of some printed sheets and a few pillows can distinguish a girl's fairytale room from a boy's castle room. Kids theme beds take the idea of children's beds a step further, and create safe, sturdy frames, headboards, and even lofts that fit the theme of a child's room. Castles are popular for accessorizing Disney Princess rooms, while baseball, basketball, and hockey designs are popular additions to sports theme rooms. Some parents actually use the beds themselves for design inspiration, by first finding unique kids beds that they like, and purchasing paint, textiles, and other furniture based on the bed's look.
Let your ideal baby bedding inspire you. Is there something on the bedding that screams "theme?" If so, go with your gut! White eyelet bedding is perfect for a vintage theme nursery, while seersucker bedding will work with a nautical theme.
What types of metal beds did people sleep on in the old West? This depended on different factors such as what types of metal they had access to and what kind of style they enjoyed. Some beds were very simple, just a frame with a mattress. They had no headboard or footboards. Others have plain, simple headboards and footboards or just a headboard.
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