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Looking for the perfect piece — or pieces — to create your dream bedroom furniture collection? Choose from a vast selection of beds, dressers, chests, nightstands, bedroom benches, and occasional chairs to create a calm and cozy retreat. Mix and match unique pieces, or select items from a collection to complete your ideal bedroom set. For tips from our interior design experts, check out How to Furnish Your Bedroom. With a wide variety of affordable – yet luxurious – designs, it’s easy to add character and charm to a bedroom of any size.
Hit the sack on a beautiful, well-made panel bed and enjoy classic craftsmanship and comfort. These traditional beds feature a sleek design and the added height you’ll need to slip in and out of bed with ease.
Dressers and Chests
Looking for a stylish way to store and organize your clothes and accessories? Why not try a stacked chest of drawers or an extra-wide dresser? With several drawers and a flat top—perfect for displaying keepsakes or showcasing your TV—both dressers and chests are excellent options for bedroom storage.
An elegant addition to any bedroom, a Gentleman’s Chest is the perfect storage solution for any man, woman, or child. With numerous drawers, adjustable shelves, and space to hang clothes and accessories, these well-crafted cabinets have plenty of space to store all of your apparel.
The best companion for a comfortable bed is a conveniently placed nightstand. Select from sleek, minimalistic stands or substantial styles with shelves and drawers for bedside storage. No matter the size or shape, a great nightstand will keep all of your essentials within arm’s reach.
Bedroom Benches, Chairs, and Lounges
Whether it’s a basic bench, a cozy chair, a chic chaise, or a sleek settee, an attractive seating area in the bedroom furniture space can greatly enhance your special space. Bedroom furniture seating adds another element of style and makes getting ready a breeze.
Selecting a matching bedroom furniture collection makes your shopping experience simple and easy. Browse the collection and select the specific pieces you’ll need for your bedroom furniture. Curating your dream bedroom furniture aesthetic has never been easier.
Bedroom Furniture for Smaller Spaces
Browse our multi-purpose bedroom furniture to create a clean, clutter-free zone. Make the most your special space by placing a sleek storage bench at the foot of your bed, or by selecting a bed with built-in storage — ideal for storing extra sheets, blankets, and pillows. With a variety of smart, space-saving storage solutions, a streamlined sleeping sanctuary is just a few clicks away.
Headboards, Armoires and Other Finishing Touches
A bedroom furniture collection wouldn’t be complete without a few final, yet often overlooked, pieces. One of these pieces is the headboard, which, due to its size (it’s a smaller part of a larger bed), often gets skipped when shopping for the bedroom; overlooking the headboard can be a style faux pas! Grounding, statement-making and comfy, this bed attachment can make a bed frame feel whole, turning any bedroom into a suite in its own right.
Similarly, armoires are often thought of as a luxury – something that might be added if space allows after a dresser. The reality is that dressers and armoires are interchangeable; you could easily skip the dresser and go right for the armoire – and never look back when it comes to style and storage! Taller than a dresser and often including both drawers, doors and mirror, these statement storage pieces feel as French as they sound. (For the chic factor, “feeling French” is a good thing!) Place an armoire to the side of a bed or against a back wall as a standalone closet. Use an armoire for anything and everything: clothes, bedding, books, toys will turn your armoire design into a convenient way to keep organized.
Another bedroom essential that may not always be seen as such is the daybed. Since the bedroom is primarily where you go to sleep, having a sitting space isn’t always top of mind when it comes to bedroom shopping; but the daybed deserves a second thought! Unlike an accent chair, which only sits one – providing a more or less inflexible seated position at that – a daybed can sit two comfortably and one really comfortably (stretching one’s legs out on a daybed is the epitome of luxury). There’s also the option of using a daybed as a second bed, so if you’re hosting a friend who needs their own designated sleeping space, a daybed is the friend to a friend.
Finally, consider the usually-thought-of-as unglamorous bedroom necessity, the box spring. It doesn’t usually come in fun colors, it’s not usually upholstered, it’s usually devoid of pattern and style – but none of these things matter in a design where function is the one and only reason for its existence. (Box springs, because they are not usually designed for aesthetics, are meant to be covered by the mattress and bedding.) Despite all it has going against it, the box spring is indeed a bedroom essential; when adding it to your list of bedroom shopping, this is one item you want written in ink, not pencil. Made to keep your mattress supported and also your mattress warranty active, box springs are an investment in sleep and finances. Do yourself a favor and make the box spring the first item you purchase when putting together a new bedroom.
What to Do With Bedroom Linens?
One problem many new decorators encounter when putting together a room for a child or adult is the abundance of bed linens – and the lack of storage space into which they can be placed. With two sets of linens being the norm, one to replace the other while the other is dirty or in the wash, and with seasonal linens also becoming more popular (keeping holiday linens, fall linens, summer linens, winter linens and spring linens on hand to freshen up your bedroom look every few months is a trend we’re loving!), the question of where to keep all these great bedclothes feels imposing, but it’s not impossible. Try a bedroom storage bench at the foot of the bed specifically for the purpose of holding these linens; other storage options include bedroom trunks, armoires, dressers, daybeds with storage and underbed storage drawers.
On the subject of seasonal linens: while they are a great way to keep your bedroom feel evergreen, exciting and new, they don’t have to take up too much space. Instead of a whole new duvet for each season and holiday, try a new duvet cover, simply changing out the covers when the new season calls for it. Similarly, instead of new throw pillows, try new throw pillow shams or covers; the insert stays the same and the cover only gets switched out. This is a great way to save storage space while still providing an easy way to make your space look pristine.
Sleigh Beds, Platform Beds and Metal Beds: What’s the Deal?
There are a variety of bed options to choose from. Here, we’ll dive into a few of the most common types.
- Sleigh beds: Perfect for adding a touch of romance, sleigh beds are rounded at the edges (like a sleigh) and feel more whimsical than straight-edge beds. Choose a sleigh bed if you want your space to feel more grounded, as anything round is zen, according to feng shui principles! These designs come in a variety of looks, including upholstered, tufted, metal and wood.
- Platform beds: Platform beds contain a built-in platform that usually doesn’t require a box spring (though check the product description before arriving to this conclusion, as not all platform beds are built the same). Regardless of their box spring needs or lack thereof, platform beds look and feel sturdier, more solid and more traditional than non-platform beds. These designs are usually wood, usually contain storage underneath and are usually lower to the ground, with little or no space between the bottom of the bed and the floor. The aesthetic of platforms is more traditional – but can be played to modern looks with clean bedding and the right decorative hardware or headboard.
- Storage beds: Storage beds are any bed design that contains drawers or shelving. Usually it’s drawers (shelving is a touch rarer), and the drawers are usually underneath the bed and can be pulled out from the sides or from the footboard of the bed. Some trundle beds can be considered storage beds, as the trundle portion can be pulled out, mattress removed, to act as a drawer. If you’re looking for a bed with shelves, you’ll want to look higher; up to the headboard is where you’ll find bookcase style storage, with shelves or cubbies built right into the bed frame. Choose a storage bed if you’re tight on space and have lots of stuff, as storage beds are the perfect pieces for hiding bed linens, toys in kids’ rooms, books, clothes, shoes, laptops and tech and much more.
- Metal beds: Metal beds can be one of either two things, a traditional bed frame with headboard made entirely of metal or a metal base sans headboard. The former provides a sleek alternative to the more common wood or fabric bed in a bedroom, while the latter provides mattress support (nothing more and nothing less). Dress up a metal bed with soft bedding for contrast. For colors, metal beds are most popularly available in white or black, with white offering a touch more farmhouse vibes and black going with any and every style seamlessly.
- Poster beds: Poster beds are beds with straight posts that go up almost to the ceiling. Imagine a bed frame with each of the four legs of the bed continuing to rise well after the top of the bed frame ends and you’ll have an idea of the typical poster bed. Taking inspiration from centuries-old designs (poster beds were one of the original bed styles!), poster beds provide a unique bed experience; sleeping in one, you’ll feel almost encapsulated by your bed frame – in a good way. Fit for master bedrooms and standard bedrooms alike, go with poster for a regal touch.
- Canopy beds: Canopy beds are essentially poster beds, but instead of individual, separate posts, you have posts that connect at the top. This allows you to drape a sheet or canopy over the posts, creating more privacy for your sleeping space – a more closed-in feel. Canopy beds offer a stylistic alternative to poster beds and are fun to freshen up with different styles of canopies with the seasons: Christmas colors like red or green in the winter months can be easily swapped out for cooler colors in the summer (and the good news is that the canopies are easy to fold and store when not in use)! If you want the feel of the poster with even more regality, go with canopy.
- Twin beds: Finally, the Twin bed is the smallest bed size and usually placed in children’s rooms or guest rooms. This size of bed takes up the least amount of space and is recommended for transitioning out of a crib. While older teens may prefer the space of a Full, the Twin makes the perfect sleeping space for younger ages.