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Alpine Lake Cherry 3 Pc Queen Panel Bed
Asher Driftwood 3 Pc Queen Bed
Berkshire Lake White 3 Pc Queen Panel Bed
Boerum Hill Gray 3 Pc Queen Bed
Cindy Crawford Home Harlowe Ivory 3 Pc Queen Bed
Cindy Crawford Home Harlowe Ivory 3 Pc Queen Storage Bed
Cindy Crawford Home Key West Tobacco Canopy 4 Pc Queen Bed
Cindy Crawford Home North Haven Brown 3 Pc Queen Panel Bed
Cindy Crawford Home Seaside White 3 Pc Queen Panel Bed
Eric Church Highway To Home Silverton Sound Graphite 3 Pc Queen Upholstered Bed
Gardenia Silver 3 Pc Queen Bed
Nantucket Breeze Black 3 Pc Queen Panel Bed
Thornbury Pecan 3 Pc Queen Upholstered Bed
Baxton Studio Thierry Contemporary Tree Branch Inspired Walnut Wood Platform Bed
Baxton Studio 424-7125-AMZ Somer Modern & Contemporary Iron Metal Platform Bed
Baxton Studio Alinia Mid-Century Retro Modern Fabric Upholstered Walnut Wood Platform Bed
Baxton Studio Burrell Mid Century Modern Cappuccino Finishing Solid Wood Bed Frame
Baxton Studio CF8201B-QUEEN-WHITE Ashenhurst Button Tufted Modern Sleigh Bed with Upholstered Headboard
How to Choose a Queen Bed
Queen size beds are perfect for anyone who values relaxation and saving space. As one of the most popular sizes available, queen beds come in an array of options. Knowing what styles and materials you prefer before starting your search helps save time.
Before selecting your queen size bed, make sure you have enough space. Most queen mattresses are 60 inches wide by 80 inches long, although, depending on the style, the overall bed size can be a bit larger. Beds with bookshelf headboards and even sleigh beds, for example, are longer than beds with panel headboards. Bed height can also affect how the bed looks in a given space. Lower beds make rooms feel bigger, while higher beds give them a more formal feel.
Making a Budget
The quality of the queen bed you choose should reflect how often you use it. Pieces made from more durable materials tend to last longer and are perfect for beds that are used every day. If you are shopping for a guest room bed, choose a sturdy piece at a modest price.
Bed Style & Room Decor
Traditional queen beds come in styles like wingback, sleigh, and panel, while upholstered and platform beds complement contemporary rooms. Cozy cottage-style pieces with casual designs and distressed finishes build a relaxed aesthetic. For rustic themes, panel beds with unfinished, raw wood are ideal.
Finishes & Color Options
Wooden finishes are always in fashion. Their rich tones and earthy textures blend well with any color scheme. When it comes to painted and upholstered queen beds, choose neutral-toned frames in light grays or tans for versatility. If you want something that visually pops, purchase a bed with a finish that contrasts with other colors in the room.
Most queen size bed frames are made with wood, which creates a cozy, warm look. The material looks fantastic alone, but some frames are also upholstered with soft fabric or leather to add drama to static rooms. Metal bed frames are also common. The scrolling designs of wrought iron give a distinctive look, while brass beds offer antique flare.