Do you want a bed that adds some va va voom to your bedroom? Then let us introduce you to our fabulous range of fabric winged beds. These stylish beds take their inspiration from the classic wingback chair whose origins hark back to the 1600’s. This proves just how enduring this style is. We’re as proud as punch to offer an extensive range of both modern and traditional fabric winged beds. Want to see more? Then just click here.
What are the pros of fabric winged bed and is it worth investing in one?
Timeless Style - Buying a bed is a big commitment and therefore it pays to invest in something that will stand the test of time. As we’ve already pointed out, the wingback chair has stood its ground for hundreds of years and we predict that fabric winged beds will follow suit. Since we first introduced them to our website a few years ago, they’ve been flying of the shelves. Well, they have got wings, so we wouldn’t expect anything less!
Available in Modern and Traditional Styles – We know that everyone has different tastes and that’s why we cater for people with all kinds of interior styles.
Uber Comfortable – If you want a bed that makes you feel cosseted and cosy then there’s a winged bed waiting to take it’s place on your bedroom floor. Without a doubt fabric beds are the most comfortable of all bed frames. Indeed, the wings help to add another layer of comfort as well as interest.
Available in Multiple Fabrics and Colours – Another benefit of our fabric winged beds is that they are available in oodles of different fabrics and colours. Whether you want your winged bed to be finished in sumptuous velvet or a modern flat weave we’ve got it covered, literally! What’s more when it comes to colour choices these beds come up trumps. From pink, to grey and everything in between there’s no shortage of choice.
Available with Storage – If you’re looking for a bed that is practical too then we have multiple models that are available with extra squirrelling space. Indeed, a storage bed is a fabulous way of maximising on storage space as they capitalise on the space beneath the bed that is often a redundant space.
So far, so good. However, like all things that you are considering investing then you need to what the cons are. What are they?
Needs Maintenance – All fabric beds need regular maintenance and winged fabric beds are no different. However, keeping these beds in tip top condition is a lot easier than you might first think. Indeed, all these beds needs is a regular hoover to keep the dust at bay and an occasional wipe down if any marks become evident. Obviously some fabrics are easy to look after than others and you should think about your personal needs when making this decision.
Problem Pets – Unfortunately some pets may cause problems with a fabric bed. Whilst this isn't a given, cats in particular may damage fabric beds. If you like to share you bed with your fur baby then you need to take account of this as a potential issue.
Could Contribute Tt Allergies – If you've got a dust allergy then these beds may not be ideal. Fabric tends to attract dust more easily and therefore may contributes to allergies.