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Choosing the right bed base might not seem important when setting up your bedroom, but it plays an essential role in providing comfort and prolonging the life of your mattress. A good bed base should not only be sturdy and stylish, but also built to last—find the right one with the help of our buying guide.

The Basics Behind Bed Bases

  1. To properly fit, your bed frame needs to match your mattress size. Use your mattress as a guide to find the right-sized bed base.
  2. Look at the size of your bedroom. How will it fit with other furniture? Measure the space where your bed is going to go, and remember that your bed frame and headboard can add a few more centimetres to your bed beyond estimated proportions.
  3. Most bed base materials offer a great combination of style and practicality, especially when it comes to wood and metal. Both are stable and long-lasting.
  4. Choose between a bed frame base or a freestanding base. A bed base feels complete and offers all-round style, while you can pair a freestanding base with the headboard of your choice.
  5. Support is crucial when it comes to a quality bed base, so your mattress doesn’t sag or bend. Slat bases can provide better ventilation and even weight distribution. A box spring bed base has increased height and can easily absorb shock, while a platform bed base offers enhanced back support, thanks to its solid foundation.
  6. The height of your bed base will make a big impact on both comfort and space. A lower bed base can be beneficial for those living in apartments of units, and make cleaning much easier. A higher bed, on the other hand, is less bulky and can make a room seem more spacious.
  7. Need more bedroom storage? Some bed bases come with integrated drawers for linen and small items, while a gas lift bed can offer a large amount of space for blankets, sheets, pillows and clothing.
  8. Use a bed base to complement or contrast with your bedroom wall and other décor. Set stark monochromes like black and grey against plain white or give your room a French Provincial feel with scalloped edges and upholstered fabrics.
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