Bedrooms

The Next Big Thing In Bedroom Furniture: Upholstered Beds

For some, the intricacy and nostalgia of more traditional furniture styles is exactly what’s needed to provide an air of mystery and luxurious comfort to a room—and what better place to have luxurious comfort than in the bedroom? If the romanticism and beauty of traditional styles are what you’re looking for, then there’s a new trend in the furniture world that you may want to be aware of, if you’re not already.

You’re probably used to seeing headboards and bedframes made with polished woods and sleek metals, but have you ever seen an upholstered one? These definitely had their heyday with midcentury furniture designs, but the look is back, and at The RoomPlace we love that it provides furniture shoppers with a few different styles to choose from.

We like the simple and elegant look of the Tristan beige Queen bed, which brings together velvet-feel material, nail-head trim, and a curved head- and footboard for a beautiful and durable bed. But if you want something a little more mod, the sleeker design of the Misty chocolate Queen bed may be more in line with what you’re looking for. For the added elegance of a European flair, the Regency Queen bedroom set incorporates primavera wood with walnut inlays, premium leather, cotton tufting, nail head trim and a charming sleigh bed design. But it’s not just the bed that oozes royalty—every other piece in the set makes use of intricate details and rich woods to create a bedchamber fit for a queen.

So what do you think of this trend? If you’re looking for a new bed that incorporates something old with something new in a stylish new way, come check out the bedroom furniture at our Chicagoland furniture stores. We’re sure you’ll find something to fall in love with.

Categories: Bedrooms, Design Tips, Featured

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