By Bernyce Lapierre. Furniture. Published at Tuesday, April 23rd, 2019 - 14:58:29 PM.
Bedsteads. Bedsteads are what most of us consider a typical bed frame. The mattress support is usually made of wood slats that can be very flexible or tough and rigid. Wire mesh is another material used to make the support. The more rigid and cheap slats are further apart but the gap should not exceed 10cm. In addition, the wider the space between the slats, the more likely your mattress will be to wear out.
Hard Vs Soft Mattress. Mattresses come in a wide range of solidity. From the ultra soft to the extremely hard, it is more a matter of preference than necessity. However, there are some basic truths that hold for the majority of us. Very soft cloud-like mattresses can wreak havoc on bad backs. This is because there is very little support in a soft mattress. While hard mattresses might be better for a bad back, very hard mattresses can cause just as much trouble. It all boils down to what works best for each individual.
Soft mattresses. Soft mattresses can be categorized as simply soft or ultra-soft. The ultra-soft futon mattress is made of many layers and cushions the body really well. The Fusion Velotec futon mattress is a great example of one that is ultra-soft. This mattress has a 6 inch foam core and has a number of foam layers that create the ultra-soft feeling. The soft futon mattresses do not have as much cushion, but are still very soft with lots of layers and soft foam. If you sit on these, you will definitely sink a bit lower. Examples of the soft futon mattress include the Luxury Futon Mattress and the Quasar Futon Mattress.
Water Beds. Waterbeds usually get their support from the amount of water in the mattress. There is no pressure on the body at all. These beds are known to be perfect for people suffering from allergies. Wave motion varies between beds. Some waterbeds also come with heaters to keep the bed warm.
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