Guest Beds

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What are your Options when Buying Guest Beds?

Every home should have at least two guest beds. You’ll never know when someone needs to sleep in your home. Maybe you had an awesome party and a couple of your closest friends are too drunk to go home. Maybe your folks are visiting from another state and they hate staying at hotels. What are you going to do when these things happen? Are you going to let them sleep on your couch? How about in your son’s bedroom since he’s off to college? Both options pale in comparison to guest beds. They truly are the best options when it comes to providing guests with a comfortable place to sleep on.

Set Up a Guest Room

If you have an extra room, it might be a good idea to turn it into a guest room. This way, you can make your guests feel right at home. You can provide them with everything that they need to have a comfortable stay in your home, including a couple of guest beds. Of course, not everyone has an extra room. This is why for most people, buying a guest bed or two is the only logical option.

Options for Guest Beds

Yes, there are several options available and it’s important that you know them so you can make a good choice. Here are some of the options that you can choose from:

Air beds

The air beds of today can be inflated in just a few minutes since they usually come with an air pump. They’re very comfortable to sleep on and you can just deflate them and store them in the closet when not in use.

• Futons

These are perfect if you have guest rooms since they act both as a couch and as a bed. They’re quite a space-saver and they’re very inexpensive as well.

• Folding beds

Most homeowners hate them, so it’s easy to assume that most guests hate them as well.

• Camping mattresses

They’re perfect if you like going camping, and they can serve a dual purpose as your guest beds. You can easily roll them up when not in use to save on space.

• Day beds

This is a good option for a guest room if you’re anticipating only one guest at a time. You may need to buy another guest bed as an extra just in case you have more than one guest.

• Wall beds

You’ve seen them in the movies. These are beds that you can fold up into a wall. They’re also called Murphy beds. Obviously, they’re more expensive than the other options so that’s something that you have to consider.

What’s the Best Option?

Most people will tell you to go for air beds and it’s easy to see why this is the case. They’re really perfect as beds for guests since they’re inexpensive and comfortable to sleep on. In addition, they’re easily stored when not in use. If they’re good enough as main beds for a lot of people, then they should be good enough as guest beds.

 

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