Having a comfortable bed is key, considering how much time we spend snoozing. However, if you are on a budget, you should consider splurging on your mattress and saving on your bed frame. “You don’t need to break the bank to be the king of your castle,” explains interior designer Sabrina Piazza.
Meet the Expert
Sabrina Piazza is a Philadelphia based interior designer and the founder of Living Quarters Interior Design.
Whether your style is more French Country, Industrial, Mid-Century Modern, or anything in between there are so many high-quality, durable, and aesthetically pleasing bed frames to choose from.
Piazza suggests leaning toward upholstered frames, as there are a lot of inexpensive options that look nearly identical to those that cost in the thousands. “If you do your homework, there’s a lot of great upholstered headboards with frames at discounted prices on sites like Wayfair, Overstock, and even Amazon,” she says.
An On-Trend Industrial
This budget friendly metal frame, which is a somewhat industrial take on the classic brass bed, has so much versatility—especially because it comes in metal shades as well as blue and meadow green. Buy two twins for a farmhouse guest room, or a single king for your loft space. The most you are going to pay is $400 for a look that looks way more expensive than that.
IKEA’s MALM bed is a staple in homes across the world. Recently, the Swedish home goods purveyor gave the classic a major update, adding storage to the mix. Available in five shades with different bed slat choices, this bed has the same clean lines as the original but also boasts four large drawers to stash away your personal items.
A Dreamy Daybed
No matter what your budget is, the IKEA HEMNES Daybed is such a great investment. Whether you need something that doubles as a seating solution for a studio space or guest room, this multi-functional sleeping solution works as a sofa, a single bed, a double bed, and storage. We also love its fresh farmhouse look.