At this point, some may be assuming the concept of a design having a psychological effect is overstated. Really, what value could a bed have on someone's mental state? The answer to that depends on the bed itself. If the design was fully modern and had an almost futuristic edge to it and it was placed in a room filled with all manner of modern consumer electronics, what would the psychological effect be? It could make the room look cutting edge, special, and interesting. Such traits can all be considered positive ones.
Parents of special needs kids have complained for years that the only beds available to their children have been cribs and not beds. Not only are special needs cribs expensive and ugly, but they can also be humiliating and disempowering for special needs kids older than toddler age who have enough to work through already without also having a bedroom that makes them feel like they're still an infant. Other past attempts at special needs beds just look like stalls and hospital beds, none of which inspire any sort of delight in the child forced to sleep there.
There are many metal beds of today that were inspired by those early models in the Old West. Some people really enjoyed the look and feel to them and others just love the era and want to be representative of it. They are also convenient and easy to clean, giving them another plus.
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