Bedroom Sets914 items starting at $490
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- With Storage (428)
- With Drawers (318)
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- Nailhead (98)
- Platform (57)
- With Power Outlets (40)
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- Poster (6)
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- Adjustable (1)
No matter what your preference, we have an impressive selection of bedroom sets and bedroom suites, including beds that fit standard Queen, Eastern King and California King mattresses. You can choose from panel head and footboards that look at home in the most traditional rooms, or you can opt for the clean lines of a more modern set. We also have many colors to choose from, so you can opt for a look with various wood tones or a sleek black or bright white finish. The choice is all yours!
What You Get in a Bedroom Set
Our 4-piece bedroom sets include a full bed frame with headboard, footboard and side rails in a range of sizes. You’ll also get a matching dresser with a mirror and a nightstand for holding a reading lamp, books and more. Our bedroom sets are often made of hardwoods for durability and wood veneers for a rich, smooth finish.
What to Consider Before You Buy a New Bedroom Set
Bedroom Set Sizes
Bedroom Sets come in a range of sizes (referring to the size of the bed frame). Here are the benefits of each:
- King bedroom sets. This is the largest size of bedroom set – large enough for a couple to sleep. Taller people and those who enjoy a maximum amount of sleeping space will prefer these dimensions.
- Queen bedroom sets. Queen bedroom sets are one size smaller than King – but are still roomy enough for a couple. If you sleep with a partner and need a bed that won’t take up too much space in a smaller bedroom, go with this one.
- Full bedroom sets. Full bedroom sets are most popular in preteens’ and teens’ bedrooms, as they provide a size smaller bed than a Queen – perfect for growing into.
- Twin bedroom sets. The Twin size is the smallest – designed primarily for kids’ bedrooms. Often the recommended size after a crib, Twin dimensions will comfortably sleep a small child – and fit nicely in a small bedroom space.
Other Common Features of Bedroom Sets
While four piece sets are the most popular, sets with more and less pieces are also available. Five piece bedroom sets commonly include a bed frame, mirror, dresser and two nightstands; three piece bedroom sets commonly include a bed, dresser and nightstand; two piece bedroom furniture sets commonly include a bed and nightstand. (If you’re looking for something with an extra addition, there’s also the seven piece bedroom sets. Rarer but not impossible to find, these sets commonly include a bed frame, two nightstands, a dresser, a mirror and a bachelor’s chest).
Bedroom Furniture Set Frames
The bed frame within a bedroom furniture set is another important consideration. Frames come in a range of types, including platform and panel – the two most popular types of frames available. These types are identified by the base structure: platform types will feature slats that are closer together, while panel types will feature slats that are mor spaced out. (Highly spaced-out slats will require the use of a box spring with your mattress; while not all panel beds require a box spring, most do, so checking the manufacturer’s guidelines before placing a mattress directly on your panel bed is critical to ensuring a safe and comfortable mattress base.)
Bedroom Sets for a Range of Styles
Bedroom sets come in a range of styles, allowing you to match your bedroom vibe with your personality. Style is found in a variety of details, such as material, hardware and color. While style is often thought of as an aesthetic decision, function and comfort also come into play: an all-wood bedroom set, for instance, might look great for a rustic-inspired space but may not feel the most comfortable for those who like to sit up in bed. (On the other hand, an upholstered headboard provides a better backrest – and, while not as blatantly rustic as wood, can easily blend into a rustic space.)
Bedroom Sets: Choosing a Color
Common colors of bedroom sets are in the range of neutrals: beige, black, white and brown. Outside of that range, it is possible to find pops of accent colors, with blue, pink and green being the most popular within that category. If you do choose an accent color (over a neutral) for your bedroom space, consider color psychology and how it affects your mood, as you’ll be spending at least eight hours a day in your bedroom and the wrong color for you can make it more difficult to feel at home within it: the color psychology of green infuses energy and natural motifs, blue infuses relaxation and oceanic energy and pink infuses feminine energy and optimism.
Bedroom Sets: A Summary
Buying a new bedroom set is critical to ensuring you have the storage and bed for a comfortable and tidy bedroom – but choosing the right one involves consideration of a range of details; from material type to size to color and style detailing (not to mention the number of pieces within the set), the options are limitless. The first decision you should make, though, should be dimensional: think about the size of your space and the age or size of the sleeper – which will help determine how big or small your bedroom set should be.
Once you have the size narrowed down to one of the four main sizes (Twin, Full, Queen and King), decorative considerations can help you shape your bedroom style. Material choice can harden or soften your bedroom look, while color choice can energize or downplay your bedroom vibe. Another thing to think about is any pattern or detailing: tufted fabric, glass drawer knobs, tapered legs and carved edges can embolden your style – a good or bad thing, depending on your preference.No matter the color, material or detail you choose, purchasing a bedroom set is a must for making sure your bedroom has the storage and sleeping space it needs!