Your bed is the most important decision you will make in furnishing your bedroom. And that’s not just about the mattress. There are many factors to consider when choosing a bed. Do you want a headboard to decorate a frame, or a new frame that can be paired with a boxspring? Or a platform bed? What about the material? Is it wood, metal or upholstery?

For those who want extra comfort, upholstered beds are a great choice. There are many styles to choose from, including a classic silhouette with tufted velvet and a contemporary profile with buttery-leather.

These are the top upholstered beds.

The Wright Upholstered bed from West Elm is a great choice for lovers of mid-century modern design. It is constructed from sustainably-sourced, kiln dried wood in a deep walnut color and has tapered legs. This makes it an excellent choice for those who don’t want to be completely upholstered.

The headboard is upholstered in stone-colored twill and rises at an angle so that you can read or watch TV while lying down. If you need more height, you can use a boxspring. However, the bed also comes with beechwood slats for a sleeker look.

Patterson Tufted Platform Bed combines the comfort of a tufted headboard with the luxury of tobacco-hued faux Leather Upholstery, creating a harmonious blend of masculine and feminine styles. The bed’s modern, yet casual style is complemented by a gunmetal base and a low-profile headboard.

The bed’s shape is simple and elegant, even though the leather is a bold statement. These can be used as a focal point of your bedroom, or as a blank canvas to allow other elements of the space to shine. For a rustic look, you can pair it with wood furniture and white bedding. Or go bold with bright accents for a modern feel. This bed is a winner no matter what.

Crate & Barrel’s Ava Bed, the ultimate in 1930s glamour, is calling all Art Deco fans. You can choose from four different colors of luxe velvet, including pink. This bed features a rounded headboard which curves around the mattress. It is both comfortable and stylish. For a luxe feel, the velvet wraps around the rail and sits on brassy metal feet.

This bed is also available in gray, baby and emerald colors if you don’t feel like pink. You can create a boutique hotel feel in your bedroom with any color you choose, especially if you add luxury sheets to the mix!

The Brockville Upholstered panel bed from Birch Lane is a classic option. The bed features a high wingback headboard with diamond tufted velvet. It is available in 11 colors, including one that makes a bold statement and another that turns heads.

This traditional piece of furniture can be paired with French country or farmhouse decor. It looks great with frilly bedding as well as simple, crisp white sheets. This bed does not have wooden slats and requires a box frame.

Blu Dot’s Dodu Bed looks very striking. The bed’s blocky base extends just a few inches beyond its mattress. It is so low that it appears to be flush with the ground, and sits on barely-there legs. Attached to the back is a rectangular headboard that’s extra thick (and we mean additional thick), upholstered in a wool blend felt-like.

It’s basically a platform that can be used to sculpt your mattress. This is a bold piece of art that will make a statement in a bedroom. It comes in four cool colors including charcoal and marine.

Lulu and Georgia’s Aliya Bed combines Art Deco with mid-century design. It features a rectangular cushioned headboard upholstered in earthy, green velvet. This bed is luxurious and delightfully plush. However, it can be dressed down with linen bedding in natural colours or with metallic accents.

The Aliya Bed is also versatile, and it can be sized up to California King. It is important to remember that the Aliya Bed can be used with a 9-inch box spring and 10-inch mattress. Plan accordingly.

Jannis Ellenberger designed the Drommen Acacia Bed and Leather Headboard. It has a contemporary design with handcrafted quality. The bed features a thin wooden platform, made from sustainably-sourced Acacia wood, and a cushioned headboard featuring full-grain leather upholstery. It is supported by angular wood beams. The bed is timeless and classic, even with its sculptural details. It will go well with anything from rustic spaces to mid-century modern.

Minimalists are sure to be pleased by Saatva’s Santorini Bed. It is a bed that, just like the architecture on its name-sake Greek island, has simple lines. The bed has a simple rectangular shape with slightly rounded edges. It sits on four barely there metal legs, almost giving the illusion of floating.

This bed is made from solid kiln dried wood and upholstered with luxurious vintage velvet in Taupe, Graphite or Natural Linen. For a more casual look, it can also be upholstered in highly textured Natural Linen. The bed comes with plywood slats so that you don’t need a box spring.

Article’s Tessu Bed has a simple rectangular shape. It’s warm and cozy thanks to its linen-blend upholstery. The Martindale rating for this fabric is 50,000 rubs, which makes it extremely durable. The bed is supported by four tapered wooden legs, which are placed far from the frame’s edge to create a floating illusion.

You can choose from five colors for the bed: cool Caspian blue, pale Clay Taupe or warm Glaze Grey. The best part is that this bed is much cheaper than similar models.

The Harvey Tufted Bed by One Kings Lane is the perfect bed for you if you have ever dreamed of having an tufted headboard to grace your bedroom. This bed is a focal point in your bedroom thanks to its elegant arched headboard and vibrant green velvet upholstery.

The Harvey Tufted Bed is a bed that offers comfort. It’s beautiful to look at and a joy to use when you’re in bed.


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