There is something enticing, calming, and incredibly romantic about sleeping closer to the ground. However, in our Western culture, we have been thoroughly trained that a bed frame is a must-have piece of furniture. We're realizing now that a bed frame is not necessary for creating a stunning bedroom aesthetic.
“Forgoing a bed frame can look classic and chic—as long as your mattress has proper support,” Abbe Fenimore, the founder and principal designer at Studio Ten 25, explains. "Even more so, it can be especially beneficial in spaces with low ceilings, as a tall bed frame can make a bedroom feel cramped or closed in."
No matter what your style is, here are 9 bedrooms that make a serious case for getting rid of your bed frame.
When designing your frameless bedroom, take a cue from this space and opt for a comforter one size larger than your bed. “Create a relaxed aesthetic by draping your duvet or coverlet over the mattress instead of tucking them in,” Fenimore says. “It's an easy fix and will eliminate any fuss when making your bed.”