Not all outdoor beds are meant to be slept in, but it's easy to tell the ones that are, because they come with some kind of built in sun shade, like a canopy or patio umbrella.
(PRWEB) June 11, 2015
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Poolside lounges are great, but there’s nothing more comfortable or relaxing than an outdoor bed. Bigger, more plush, and more padded than almost any other kind of outdoor furniture, outdoor beds are designed for relaxation. That said, outdoor beds come in a wide range of sizes and styles, with a variety of add-on features. HomeThangs.com has introduced a simple guide to choosing the best outdoor bed for how it will be used.
Basic outdoor beds are more or less exactly what they sound like: weatherproofed beds that can be placed outside. More often than not, they’re round rather than rectangular, and generally no bigger than a full sized bed, but they do have thick, hefty padding, pillows, and cushions. Some have adjustable backs, more like traditional lounges, while others are more like a day bed, with backrests made primarily of large, cushiony pillows. Most outdoor beds are designed in a single piece, but some are made so they can split apart into a full seating set, which is great for adding functionality to a smaller space. Many outdoor beds also have optional covers, canopies, or umbrellas to help block out some sun and make them more comfortable for long term lounging.
For a more in-depth look at some of the different features of outdoor beds, check out the full article here.
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