Originally the Japanese beds of tatami straw mats, the cotton pads or blankets were supported. Simplicity, comfort and efficient use of space were the basic motivations that inspired platform bed. Companies progressive and eco-friendly furniture borrowed today this notion of origin and modernized both aesthetic and functional, modern needs and desires, which resulted in a variety of platform beds that meet the resist test of time.
The platform bed is not a new invention; it would be more accurate to see it as a process of development, since the first platform beds could easily be described as loft beds. Loft beds have been raised, so that the space among them could be used for storage or as a Workstation above four areas. Though time passed and changed lifestyles, the loft bed in the level began to decrease, and finally so close to the ground, they turned into what we call the platform today form- Contemporary bed.
What makes other platform beds classic beds is that they do not require a box spring and to use battens or tatami. Even today, many platform beds come without headboards or footboards, although many types of platform beds are to integrate these options. In the early days of the platform beds were fairly uniform, but today can be found in many different ways. However, the most common form of the bed platform is always influenced by Japanese standards. Traditionally, the beds in Japan were flat and very close to the earth, as the platform beds today. A lower bed frame provides more vertical space, so that to be a room, more spacious, which is visually appealing and psychologically beneficial. Traditionally, the beds in Japan were flat and very close to the earth, as the platform beds today. A lower bed frame provides more vertical space, so that to be a room, more spacious, which is visually appealing and psychologically beneficial.
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