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Home and Garden - Types of Beds

Here you will learn some English words related to the different types of beds such as "bunk bed", "bassinet", and "cradle".

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Words Related to Home and Garden
bed

furniture we use to sleep on that normally has a frame and mattress

[noun]
murphy bed

a bed that can be folded up and stored vertically against a wall or inside a closet or cabinet to save space when not in use

[noun]
platform bed

a type of bed that has a solid, flat, and raised platform on which the mattress rests, eliminating the need for a box spring or other foundation

[noun]
sleigh bed

a style of bed that features a curved or scrolled foot and headboard resembling a sleigh or a sled

[noun]
four-poster bed

a type of bed that has vertical columns or posts at each corner, often with a canopy or drapes hung from the top

[noun]
adjustable bed

a type of bed that consists of two or more beds arranged in a stacked position, allowing two or more people to sleep in the same room while occupying the same floor space as one bed

[noun]
bunk bed

a piece of furniture consisting of two small beds with one built above the other

[noun]
loft bed

a type of bed that is elevated above the ground, allowing for extra space underneath which can be utilized for storage or as a functional area

[noun]
trundle bed

a bed that is stored underneath another bed and can be pulled out when needed for extra sleeping space

[noun]
storage bed

a type of bed that features built-in storage compartments or drawers underneath the mattress to provide extra space for storing clothes, linens, or other items

[noun]
captain's bed

a type of platform bed that typically features built-in storage drawers underneath the mattress and a headboard with shelves or cabinets for storing clothing, linens, or other items

[noun]
panel bed

a type of bed that features a headboard and footboard made up of flat panels or slats of wood or other materials, typically framed with rails and posts

[noun]
wingback bed

a type of upholstered bed that features a headboard with "wings" that extend upward and outward from the head of the bed, often resembling the shape of a high-back chair, providing a cozy and comfortable feel.

[noun]
upholstered bed

a type of bed that features a padded headboard, footboard, and/or side rails that are covered in fabric or leather, providing a soft and comfortable surface to lean against while sitting up in bed

[noun]
cradle

a small bed or bassinet designed for infants and young babies, typically made of wood or wicker, and equipped with rockers or gliders to help soothe and lull the baby to sleep

[noun]
queen-size bed

a spacious bed for two people, providing more room than a full-sized bed but smaller than a king-sized bed

[noun]
king-size bed

a type of bed that measures approximately 76 inches wide and 80 inches long, providing more sleeping space than a queen-size bed and ideal for couples who want more space to stretch out while sleeping

[noun]
waterbed

a type of bed that uses water-filled chambers as its primary support system, providing a unique, floating sensation and can be heated for warmth

[noun]
twin bed

one of a pair of single beds in a hotel or guest room for two people

[noun]
double bed

a bed that is big enough for two people to sleep in

[noun]
crib

a small bed for infants and young babies with slatted sides to keep them safely contained and often with an adjustable mattress height, which can be converted into a toddler bed as the child grows

[noun]
Victorian bed

a decorative type of bed that was popular during the Victorian era, often featuring ornate designs with curved metalwork and intricate carvings on the headboard and footboard

[noun]
iron bed

a type of bed frame made primarily of iron or wrought iron, often featuring decorative accents and intricate designs on the headboard, footboard, and rails

[noun]
brass bed

a bed frame made of brass or brass-plated metal, often with decorative accents or intricate designs, popular in the 19th and early 20th centuries and still available in various styles today

[noun]
bassinet

a small, portable bed designed for newborn infants and typically used for the first few months of a baby's life

[noun]
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