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LAX Series Storage Platform Bed
MASH Studios LAX Series Storage Platform Bed from $1,890.00
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Dodu Bed
Blu Dot Dodu Bed from $1,399.00
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PCH Series Canopy Bed
MASH Studios PCH Series Canopy Bed from $4,400.00
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Astrid Bed With 2 Adjustable Headboard Panels
Copeland Furniture Astrid Bed With 2 Adjustable Headboard Panels from $2,695.00
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Ludlow Bed
MODLOFT Ludlow Bed from $1,949.00
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Irving Bed
MODLOFT Irving Bed from $1,499.00
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Hush Bed
Blu Dot Hush Bed from $1,249.00
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Switch Bed
Gus Switch Bed from $2,199.00
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Carmichael Bed
Gus Carmichael Bed from $1,950.00
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Astrid Bed With 1 Adjustable Headboard Panel
Copeland Furniture Astrid Bed With 1 Adjustable Headboard Panel from $2,648.00
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LAX Series Platform Bed
MASH Studios LAX Series Platform Bed from $1,180.00
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Station Bed
Blu Dot Station Bed from $999.00
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Ulm Queen Bed
Spot On Square Ulm Queen Bed $1,299.00
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Prince Bed
MODLOFT Prince Bed from $1,399.00
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Howard Bed
MODLOFT Howard Bed from $1,499.00
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Thompson Bed
MODLOFT Thompson Bed from $1,399.00
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Jane Bed
MODLOFT Jane Bed from $1,099.00
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Chelsea Bed
MODLOFT Chelsea Bed from $1,499.00
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Worth Bed
MODLOFT Worth Bed from $1,599.00
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Midway Bed
Gus Midway Bed from $2,199.00
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Cubismo Bed
Manulution Cubismo Bed from $3,490.00
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Madison Bed
MODLOFT Madison Bed from $999.00
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Modulicious Bed
Blu Dot Modulicious Bed from $1,499.00
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Contour Bed with One Shelf Nightstand
Copeland Furniture Contour Bed with One Shelf Nightstand from $3,539.00
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Contour Bed
Copeland Furniture Contour Bed from $3,233.00
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Contour Bed with with Left and Right Shelf Nightstands
Copeland Furniture Contour Bed with with Left and Right Shelf Nightstands from $3,846.00
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Lineground Bed
Skram Lineground Bed from $6,280.80
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Monroe Bed
MODLOFT Monroe Bed from $1,699.00
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Astrid Bed Without Headboard Panels
Copeland Furniture Astrid Bed Without Headboard Panels from $2,165.00
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Nook Bed
Blu Dot Nook Bed from $1,299.00
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Liffey Bed
Sentient Liffey Bed from $6,200.00
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Woodrow Bed
Blu Dot Woodrow Bed from $1,399.00
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Jackson Bed
Eastvold Jackson Bed from $3,940.00
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LAX Series Headboard
MASH Studios LAX Series Headboard from $1,140.00
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PCH Series Headboard Bed
MASH Studios PCH Series Headboard Bed from $3,300.00
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Dorma Full Bed
Monte Dorma Full Bed from $1,195.00
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A comfortable, visually pleasing modern bed is the single most important element when considering modern bedroom designs—and, for that reason, demands careful thought. Our eclectic range of modern beds spans a range from pared down elegance to luxuriously detailed, but the optimal bed for you depends, of course, on the size of your modern bedroom, personal sleeping preferences, and overall bedroom design. Nevertheless, here are some important questions to ask yourself when shopping for modern beds.

What size modern bed is best for two people?

Size-wise, modern beds span the standard range, from Twin to King, but the size of bed that’s ideal for you is, of course, contingent upon personal preferences—the size of bed a person is accustomed to, the optimal amount of space required for a good night’s sleep, preconceived notions about size and comfort—as much as the size of bed your modern bedroom will accommodate. For some, a king size bed is a must because it signals luxury and sumptuousness, but for others, a King may be simply overkill, dominating a room in an undesirable way.

When shopping for modern beds, consider the sleeping habits and requirements of the person or persons using the bed before anything else. Other than the size of your modern bedroom, personal demands of a bed should inform your choice of bed size.

When do smaller modern beds make sense?

Unless space is not a factor at all, how much time you spend in your modern bedroom should always be a factor when shopping for modern beds. How dominant a role your bed plays in your bedroom depends on how your bedroom is otherwise used. Does it double as a home office or lounging area, for instance? If so, while your bed will remain central to the room, it will need to accommodate items other than traditional bedroom furniture, and a Queen or even Full bed, instead of King may be perfectly suitable.

Can a modern bed still be a statement piece?

Absolutely. Elaborately carved or oversized four-poster beds are not the only ways to make a bedroom statement. As with all modern furniture, simple designs are often attention getting because they rely more on shape and materials than bells and whistles, and elegantly shaped modern beds with simple headboards and beautiful detailing can make as much of an impression as showier designs.

Modern beds don’t look as comfortable as traditional beds. True?

When it comes to modern bedrooms, comfort isn’t always about the obvious. High, overstuffed beds may appear to be the ideal for a luxurious night’s sleep, but if you’ve ever slept in one, you’ll know that good design is all in the subtle details. A well-designed modern bed constructed with superior materials and paired with a high quality mattress can’t be beaten for both good looks and good sleep.