Before investing in a new bed frame, learn about the different style options available to you. This guide from Countryside breaks down 10 different bed frame styles.
Directly from America’s Amish country, to the heart of your home, our solid wood bedroom furniture is made-to-order. From a custom bed to a mirrored dresser, and everything in between, you can be sure to find the right pieces to complete your bedroom suite. Bring the craftsmanship, quality, and luxury of handcrafted Amish furniture into your master bedroom.
For industrial flair, consider the made-to-order Parkin Reclaimed Bedroom Set, which combines the elements of wood and metal for an eye-catching look.
Contemporary design steals the show in the Muncie Bedroom Set. These fine furniture pieces are highlighted in Rustic Walnut with an Au Naturel wood finish.
Sleep tight and sleep right accompanied by the warm, organic look of this sophisticated Woodstock Bedroom Set with iconic mid-century modern style.
Shown in solid Cherry with a medium finish, the Birchwood Bedroom Set is designed to complement both contemporary and traditionally designed master bedroom.
Offering a unique interpretation on classic Shaker styling, the Libertyville Bedroom Collection is stunning with a golden finish over Quartersawn White Oak.
- Can you mix different colored wood furniture in a bedroom?
Mixing up furniture finishes in a bedroom will create a custom look for your home. It often helps to pick a dominant wood tone as a starting point; this may come from your wood floors or the largest furniture piece in the room. Opt for pieces that share the same color temperature, which is also known as the undertone. Pair cool tones together and conversely, warm tones together. Mixing a variety of wood finishes that complement each other (though are different) looks like a deliberate design choice.
- How do I choose the right bedroom furniture?
While shopping for your ideal bedroom set, you will want to consider the size of the room, your preferred style or design, overall budget, and quality of furniture required. The bed is the main piece in the bedroom, so you may consider your needs here first. Consider mattress size, footboard height, mattress support, and storage options. The nightstand will become a necessary extension of your bed, and storage pieces come in all shapes and sizes. Drawer chests are taller and take less floor space, while dressers pair well with a mirror above them.
- How much does a bedroom set usually cost?
A solid wood bedroom set consisting of a queen bed frame, nightstand, and dresser can range from $5,000 to $10,000. As you might imagine, the cost will vary greatly and will depend on the type of bedroom, hardwood used, and the furniture required. Usually, pricier pieces in a bedroom are the case goods such as the armoire and dresser. However, regardless of the type of bedroom, quality furniture is key. Choosing well-crafted pieces will ensure that your furniture will have durability and longevity.
- What is included in a bedroom set?
Bedroom sets with coordinating pieces can achieve a consistent and aesthetically pleasing look to a bedroom. The basic bedroom set includes a bed frame, a nightstand, and a dresser or chest. Extended bedroom sets include these basics in addition to a second bedside table, blanket chest, bench, armoire, lingerie chest, or vanity. Custom, or made-to-order bedroom sets allow you more freedom to select only the pieces you truly need. Not only can you mix and match the pieces that work for your space, but you can add personal design touches as well.
You want your bedroom furniture to be stylish, personal, and comfortable. Modern bedrooms reflect a clean, minimal style, while mission and craftsman bedroom sets boast charming detail with storage that keeps everything you need at hand. From platform or slat beds to chest of drawers, dressers, and nightstands, Countryside Amish Furniture has everything you need to transform your bedroom into a place that you can relax and be you. Make a bedroom furniture investment that will last for generations by choosing from a number of real woods like oak, brown maple, cherry and walnut.