Frequently Asked Question

FAQ

What is Divan Bed?

a divan bed is made up of a specially designed base and a matching mattress. The base is created with a wooden frame so that it is durable and long lasting, the base is then surrounded by fabric to give it a clean finish.

Divan beds often have drawers for underbed storage – making them a great choice for bedrooms that are limited on storage space.You’ll also find that most divan beds are on wheels. Whether you’re on the hunt for a single bed to complete a guest bedroom or you’re thinking of a super king bed to make a statement in your master suite – our divan beds come in a range of sizes to compliment your available space. At Comfibeds, you’ll find that all of our divan beds come with the choice of integrated drawers.

What is Ottoman Beds?

An ottoman bed is a bed with gas-lift hydraulics which lift up the base to reveal plentiful storage space underneath. They provide greater storage capacity than a drawer bed since you can make full use of the storage space underneath the bed.They open from either the foot end of the bed, or from one side. This makes them a practical option if space is limited in your bedroom. They’re also an ideal choice if your bedroom is small.

What is Fabric Beds?

Fabric Beds add a softer, more comfortable vibe to your room. Fabric beds are perfect for creating a warm and cosy sleeping environment.Fabric doesn’t get scratched and damaged in ways that  other materials might, meaning it’s perfect for a busy household. Things like pet scratches and scuffs aren’t going to hinder its style and integrity.

What is Headboards?

The headboard is a piece of furniture that attaches to the head of a bed. Historically, they served to isolate sleepers from drafts and cold in less insulated buildings, and thus were made of wood, which is less thermally conductive than stone or brick. Constructed to create space from the wall (via thicker end pillars) they allowed falling colder air to sink to the floor rather than onto the bed.Today, in better heated and insulated residences, headboards chiefly serve an aesthetic function, as well as minor practical functions, such as keeping pillows from falling off the bed. They may include storage space for books and personal items, and conveniences such as lights and telephone. Those of hospital beds may incorporate critical care functions.A headboard may often be complemented by a footboard for aesthetic balance.

What is Mattresses?

A large flat pad with a strong cover, filled with straw, foam rubber, etc, and often incorporating coiled springs, used as a bed or as part of a bed.It provides added support to your back and neck while sleeping. We all like to sleep while experiencing a sense of utmost comfort.

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