Platform bed frames are popular in modern bedrooms for they have simple lines, may not have a box spring and are compact in size. Hence, they are suitable even for homes with smaller bedrooms for they do provide space under the bed to store additional stuff. Those who have the money to go in for higher end platform bed frames can get well-crafted designs that come in many rich finishes and different colors. The Japanese penchant for low furniture is what has inspired the platform bed frame design for most of them are built on clean lines, solid colors and are not very tall.
Rich and vibrant with life; just like the name suggests, radiant orchid is Pantone’s color choice for 2014. This palette is not for everybody, but as aforementioned, if this color energizes you, go for it as it’ll not only please your emotional heart strings, it’ll also please your mental faculties knowing you’re on the cutting edge of the latest interior design trends. Look to color walls, lampshades, floral art, rugs, patterned cushion, pillow, bed covering and upholstery covering and to finish off, add a ravishing live orchid as the cherry on the cake. Danish beds are in for 2014. This style of bed has been growing in popularity over the past year and is seen to continue in its trend. The low, clean and clinical beds ooze of sophistication.