Unless you've been living under a rock then you'll know that upholstered beds are hot in interiors right now. Wherever you look, from your favourite magazine, to Pinterest and Instagram there's a good chance you've been bombarded with images of upholstered beds. Indeed, there's no denying that these eye catching beds are big news. However, as with everything, there are pros and cons to these beds and before you splash the cash, you want to know the pros and cons. After all, buying a bed is a pretty significant purchase. Here, we will outline the pros and cons of upholstered beds to help you make the right decision for you and your bedroom.
Luxurious Good Looks – If you want to inject some luxury into your bedroom then an upholstered bed is the perfect solution. For full on opulence then a velvet bed might be just the ticket. Or if you prefer a more laid back vibe then one of our woven or herringbone fabrics might be more suitable.
Makes A Statement – Without a doubt, an upholstered bed is the perfect piece for making a statement. Indeed, if you want a show stopper of a bed then these beds have to be at the forefront for consideration.
Wide Arrange Of Colours – If you love to play with colour then a fabric bed could be a real asset. Available in nearly every colour of the rainbow your choice is almost limitless.
Customisable- Not only can you pick the colour you want your bed to be but a large amount of our fabric beds are available with storage options too. Therefore, if you are looking for extra squireling space then these beds are the top of their game!
Comfortable – If you like to read in bed or even watch TV then an upholstered bed is a great option in terms of comfort.
Extra Cleaning – Fabric beds do tend to require more cleaning than a wooden or metal bed. Fabric tends to attract dust more easily therefore you will need to commit to hovering on a regular basis
Problem Pets – Unfortunately some pets may cause problems with an upholstered bed. Whilst this isn't a given, cats in particular may damage fabric beds if you have an open door policy
Could Contribute To Allergies – If you've got a dust allergy then these beds may not be ideal. As previously discussed, fabric tends to attract dust more easily and therefore may contributes to allergies.
As you can see there are a number of pros and cons but ultimately only you can decide what is best for your particular situation. Whilst we've done our best to cover all bases if you have any questions then just contact us by phone or email and we will always be happy to help. For all our upholstered beds just click here.