Bed Size Guide: Is A Small Double Right For You?

Small double beds make for the perfect transition between a single and a standard double bed and are ideal for teens, young adults or couples who may have limited space in the bedroom. If you’re unsure whether a small double is too small or too big for your needs, our guide below can help you determine whether a 4ft bed is right for you or the new bed owner.

Who Are Small Double Beds Made For?

Small double beds aren’t made for anyone in particular in the way that a toddler bed might be, however it’s important to understand the space it gives you and determine your comfort levels from there. For single users such as teens or solo young adults, a small double bed can be a great way to get the luxury of space as you sleep without taking up as much room as a double or king-sized bed.

For couples who don’t mind giving up some space, a small double can still be more than enough for two sleepers at night, though this will really be down to personal preference and how much space you are used to having while sleeping in the same bed.

What Are The Measurements?

When buying a small double bed, both the frame and mattress will measure 4ft in width, and 6ft 3inches in length. Depending on the design, the bedframe may be slightly wider than the mattress in order to accommodate it or for usability or design purposes. We include all accurate measurements on each individual product’s page, so you can be sure your new 4ft bed fits perfectly into an alcove or any limited space that you have. All mattresses are standard 4ft small double bed size of 120cm by 190cm and will fit any standard small double frame.

Do I Have Enough Room?

If you are unsure if you have enough room for the bed frame within the given bedroom, you can find exact measurements for each product page, however, most of our frames are the standard 120 x 190cm, give or take a centimetre or two. 

Generally speaking, it’s advised that you have a bed-to-space ratio of around 1:3 or more in your bedroom, so you have enough room to comfortably fit the bed and move around without things feeling too cramped or closed in. Whatever the case, you should always allow 30 inches of space minimum between each side and the bottom of the bed and the nearest piece of furniture or a wall.

What Sheets Will I Need?

When purchasing a small double bed, you might have already noticed that small double sheets aren’t as common as double, single or king-sized ones. We have a range of bed linen available including pillows, duvets, mattress protectors and sheets that fit a small double bed perfectly, though it’s also worth noting that in most cases, an existing double blanket can still comfortably fit the small double mattress if you aren’t looking to buy a new quilt just yet.

Small double beds make for a spacious but space-efficient alternative to a single or a double or king-sized bed. All of our bed frames are designed with style and space-saving in mind, so why not take a look and choose the right one for your bedroom? Alternatively, get in touch to speak to a member of our team for more information.

Your Guide To Creating A Cosy Bedroom Escape

Whether you work from home, or simply need somewhere to escape to at the end of a long day, turning your bedroom into a truly cosy space can do wonders to help you unwind and relax. From keeping things tidy but homely to installing a new bed for that ‘new room’ look, the smallest changes can make a world of difference to your physical and mental health. Here is your guide to creating a cosy bedroom escape.

A New Bed

A new bed can be a great way to inject some life back into your bedroom without having to completely redecorate. The trick, however, is to buy a new bed that is comfortable, suits your personal style and room decor and that gives you plenty of space to rest overnight. A 4ft small double, for example, gives you all the benefits of a double but takes up less room, perfect for a single sleeper. Having a comfortable night’s sleep can reduce stress levels and improve sleep quality too, which in our eyes, is a win-win! 

New Bedsheets

Soft and comfortable bedding is a must-have in any season and nowadays, you can usually pick some up relatively cheaply. However, finding the perfect set that not only suits your budget but is also comfortable and matches your bedroom’s decor can seem like an impossible task. With a bit of extra time and care spent searching, you can usually find something to suit and it can go a long way to making your bedroom feel put-together and cosy.

Rugs

If your bedroom has wooden floors or just an old carpet, a rug can make things feel cosy again by giving you something soft and comfortable to walk on. It can dull out any noise and provide insulation to keep your room warm even on cooler days. A large area rug that sits underneath furniture, such as your bed, can help to bring everything together and create a single space that you can relax in.

Get Creative With Lighting

When it comes to the lighting you use in your bedroom, the trick is to cover all bases. While having a bright ceiling light is a good idea for getting ready in the morning, having warmer lighting lower down in the room reportedly helps you sleep better at night. A bedside lamp, for example, not only leaves things feeling cosier as you head to bed, but have less of an effect on your natural drive to sleep compared to bright ceiling lights.

Candles are another good way to create a cosy ambience in a bedroom. The warm light can be inviting and relaxing and in the right scent, can have a calming effect after a long or stressful day.

Pick Peaceful Colours

As any decorator will tell you, colour can make or break a room. Different colour palettes will have different effects and so picking the right one for your bedroom can enhance a cosy atmosphere. Lavender, for example, offers all the stress-reducing effects of a purple shade while keeping things lighter and more muted. Soft greens mimic a more natural effect, bringing in a sense of serenity. A touch of soft grey tones can give your room a spot of colour without being too dramatic or dark, creating a calming effect, while blues are notorious for creating more calm environments, whether that’s pale blue or deep blue. 

If you do want to create a more dramatic look in your bedroom, offset these calming neutral colours with a single-wall bold print or deeper colour to create dimension.

Textures

Textures are everything in a bedroom and can create a comfortable look and feel as you settle down for the night. Soft comforters, textured pillows, embossed wallpaper and even an upholstered bed can dampen down sound, keep the room warm and give you something comfortable to lay with or against. Our Tamer Small Double Grey Fabric upholstered bed offers a comfortable sleep experience with the right level of texture to add visual weight and draw the eye.

Creating a cosy space involves a bit of TLC, careful design and a spot of self-care. Treating yourself to a new bed or a fresh coat of paint can make the world of difference when it comes to creating a comfortable place where you can relax and unwind at the end of a long day. Take a look at our range of small double beds to get started, or get in touch for help picking the perfect frame.

Get A Good Night’s Sleep For These Six Benefits

Time and time again, we’re all told that sleep is important for our health and wellbeing, but a surprising number of us don’t really know just what benefits a good night’s sleep can give. From helping improve concentration and attention spans at work, school or just in everyday life, to reducing stress and strengthening your immune system, getting the advised amount of sleep a day in the right bed can set you up for the day and help keep your health on track. Here are just some of the benefits of a good night’s sleep. 

Improved Concentration And Attention

Good sleep means more energy and with more energy, our brains can focus far better than when we’re tired. Having the right amount of sleep a night can help you to maintain attention throughout the day while a poor night’s sleep can actually impair your ability to concentrate or make sensible decisions. If you have a big event the next day, whether that’s a big decision, a long drive or you operate heavy machinery at work, you need to ensure you’re getting good sleep as much as possible.

Maintain A Healthy Weight

While sleep can’t directly affect your weight, studies have suggested that poor sleep can change hormones that tell you if you’re hungry or full. It can also have an effect on the types of foods you’ll be tempted to reach for, as less sleep usually means more energy is needed. For this reason, you could find yourself reaching for sugary or fatty foods for that energy boost you need, which may affect your weight in the long term.

Keep Your Immune System Strong

When we sleep, our bodies go through a rest and repair phase, tackling anything your body has been through throughout the day. It’s one of the reasons we’re always told to sleep if we’re feeling sick or healing from an injury or surgery! Sleeping gives your immune system a chance to do what it needs to do, while also restoring itself and staying in a fully operational and strong state so it can detect, destroy and prevent further invasions from bacteria or viruses.

Look After Your Mental And Emotional Health

Our mental and emotional health is just as important as our immune system, and sleep can have a positive effect on both. A lack of sleep can leave us feeling low or run-down, which can increase anxiety and the changes of experiencing depression-like symptoms. A lack of sleep in general can put you at increased risk of developing mental health issues and so taking our time to practice mindfulness before bed or simply making sure you get more sleep where you can, can make all the difference. 

Reduced Stress

Stress can be incredibly damaging to a lot of people, which is why we all need to take care to reduce our stress levels and manage existing stress properly. Stress can not only cause poor sleep, but it can be worsened by it and so this benefit is a bit of a dual-concern. Trying to relax a bit before bed can help you to get a good night’s sleep, which in term will relax the systems in your body that are responsible for the stress response, and ultimately leave you feeling refreshed and ready to take on whatever issues you are facing that cause the stress.

Lower Blood Pressure And Protect Your Heart

Sleep can help to lower your blood pressure and ultimately protect your heart against a number of issues, including diabetes and coronary heart disease. When we wake up, our sympathetic nervous systems are triggered, which causes our cardiovascular systems to start up and our blood pressure to increase in preparation of waking us up. If you aren’t getting enough sleep, your body won’t have the energy or ability to compensate for this, which can put strain on the heart and put you at higher risk of strokes, coronary heart disease and more.

Getting a good night’s sleep is important for our health and mental wellbeing, which is why it’s vital to make sure you’re comfortable and getting the right amount of sleep. If you’ve been struggling to sleep lately, have you considered a new bed? Take a look at our range of 4ft small double beds to get started. For more information, feel free to get in touch, today.

Top Tips For Making A Small Bedroom Look Bigger

If you have or have ever had a small bedroom, you’ll know just how notoriously difficult they can be to decorate. Too little can leave the room feeling clinical, and too much create a cluttered, almost messy look that never quite feels clean and comfortable. With the right design tips, however, you can give the illusion of more space, ultimately making a smaller room look much bigger and more spacious. Here are our top tips for doing exactly that.

Be Smart With The Bed Size

Nowadays, you can get bed frames and mattresses in a huge variety of sizes, making it simple to find the perfect size for a small space. 4ft small double beds make for an ideal option for smaller bedrooms, by offering a larger, more spacious bed than a single, without requiring as much room as a full double. As long as the rest of the furniture in the room is scaled and sized to match, you can create the illusion of a larger room without compromising too much on space to spread out in bed.

Use Vertical Space

When there isn’t much in terms of floor space, using your vertical space – in other words, the walls – means making the most of the space you do have. By using the walls, you’ll draw the eye upwards, which ultimately makes the room seem larger. Using shelving, for example, will give you storage space for books or ornaments, while high-hanging curtains or drapes can also create an illusion of height and space.

Consider Storage Beds

If your room is small and lacking storage, your bed can be the perfect opportunity to bring in a little more space to store things. From divans with drawers or Ottoman beds for under-mattress storage options to bed frames on legs that offer space under the bed for boxes and other items, the possibilities are endless. The Livingston 4ft Hevea Oak Ottoman Bed Frame, for example, is a stylish but simple ottoman bedframe that promises plenty of under-bed storage room for extra pillows, blankets, clothes and more.

Keep Things Bright

Darker colours can make a room feel smaller, which is why the general advice is to keep smaller rooms bright and airy with lighter colour palettes. If you want prints or wallpaper, try and keep the design subdued with small patterns and lighter colours to prevent feeling closed in or suffocated. If you do want to include a darker colour in your room, why not consider painting the ceiling? This is another way to trick the eye into looking upwards and create an illusion of a taller ceiling – you can even have fun with it. Why not create the illusion of the night sky for a unique touch?

Reduce Clutter

Clutter is one of the biggest culprits for making a room feel small. The tidier a room is, the more spacious it can appear and this is particularly important for smaller bedrooms. While we all want some home comforts and decorations in our rooms to create a personal space, too much can leave things feeling claustrophobic and can limit the amount of space left for storage.

When it comes to making smaller rooms appear bigger, the possibilities are endless. It ultimately comes down to the size of the room, your personal style and what you need to fit into the space. Hopefully our tips have helped you get started, and feel free to take a look at our range of small double beds, including storage bed frames, perfect for smaller bedrooms.

Why is it important to clean the bed?

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We spend a third of our lives sleeping but the bed is also the favourite place for mites, responsible for allergies. Here are a few reasons good enough to make us pay more attention to cleaning the bed: dust, stains, mould and unpleasant smells.

Beside changing bedding, many people do not pay too much importance to the bed itself. If you want to know how to clean the bed and get rid of the dangers lurking in your beds, follow the steps below. The bed is not just a mattress and a wooden, fabric or metal bed frame – it is also a pillow, bed, blanket, mattress cover and other accessories that should be considered when cleaning your bed.

Proper bed cleaning involves the change and obvious washing of bed linen. Bed linen must be changed once every week if you cannot change it every few days, as would be ideal. Bed linen should be washed at a temperature above 60 ° C and with a suitable detergent so that it is disinfected but it is important that the detergent does not cause allergies.

After the mattress has been uncovered, if you can, take it outdoors and give it a good shake. If not, you can also vacuum it on both sides. Use a brush that can be attached to the vacuum cleaner to remove dirt and dust that have been impregnated in the fabric. It is very important that the mattress passes through this process because specialists consider it one of the dirtiest. If the mattress has fresh spills, you can use a cleaning solution but only on the affected surface because it is totally unsuitable to use water to clean the mattress. Leave the solution for 10 to 15 minutes, then use a cotton cloth or a tissue to absorb moisture.

Persistent stains on bed mattresses, particularly urine stains, can be removed with hydrogen peroxide. You can use hydrogen peroxide straight from the bottle or cut it with two parts water and put it into a spray bottle. Spray the affected area until it is damp. Blot dry with a cloth or paper towel and allow to air dry.

 Do not neglect the bed frame! Whether it is made of metal, fabric or wood, it must be properly taken care of.

• Metal frames: Dust, then check for rust spots. Brush away any you see with a stiff wire-brush and paint with sealant to prevent it reappearing.

• Wood frames: Dust, periodically checking that screws are tight.

• Fabric frames: Brush away the fluff, then vacuum using the upholstery tool. Do not wash the fabric! It is hugely difficult to dry and you risk damaging it.

The pillows, before being dressed in clean pillowcases, will need to be very well shaken and even washed if this is allowed. Pillows are one of the favourite places for mites, so it is important to be shaken or washed.

Dress the bed in clean linen and cover it with a blanket that performs both an aesthetic and a functional role – you can then enjoy a restful sleep in clean and beautifully scented bedding.

Tips and tricks

• Use a mattress protector cover that you can change often and launder in the washing machine in cold or warm water, on a gentle or delicate setting. Use a bleach-free laundry detergent – bleach can damage the waterproof backing of some covers.

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• Pillowcases need to be changed more often, at least twice a week or even more often, also ironed very well to sterilize them.

• Unwrap the bed every time you go on holiday to give it the chance to air the mattress.

• Keep an eye on the humidity in your bedroom because too high humidity can cause the mattress to become heavier and lose its original features. Why not invest in a hygrometer? Humidity caused by sweat infiltrates deep into the mattress and is often caught there for a long time. It is the perfect environment for mould, which can harm your health.

• It is not advisable to dry clothes in the bedroom or near the bed.

• The mould can be of several colours: black, white, red, orange, yellow, blue or purple. Put a drop of bleach on the coloured area: if the stain changes colour or disappears altogether it is mould – look for similar stains and thoroughly clean them. Sometimes the mould is in places that are not visible to the naked eye. The smell of moisture or a smell of soil indicates the presence of the mould to be searched and removed.

We wash our clothes regularly, so with our own bed linen should not be different. Keep in mind that an old/damaged bed or bed linen can cause blockages in the couple’s life.

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Sports Therapy: The Future of a Good Nights Sleep

Here at Just 4ft Beds, we are proud to bring to you the Sports Therapy collection! An exciting range of 4ft mattresses targeted at those with an active lifestyle, the health conscience or just those who suffer with aches and pains on a daily basis – guaranteed to be a game changer in the mattress industry!

Sports Therapy Logo June 2013

Designed to aid in recovery as you sleep, there are four mattresses within this range each with different beneficial aspects:

  • Airstream – with its vertical cool hypoallergenic fibre layer, this mattress offers the utmost comfort and ventilation needed for a good night’s sleep.
  • Gel Feel – featuring a Gel Feel foam layer, this mattress uses the latest technology to provide a constant mattress temperature as you sleep.
  • Bluecool – perfect for those who sleep in the same position throughout the night, the Blu-cool technology is developed to combat the heat generated from your body as you sleep, staying cool in the summer and warm in the winter – meaning you receive a therapeutic and rested sleep no matter the weather.
  • Talalay Latex – Talalay latex is a natural material and is considered to be the best quality latex in the world. This mattress is mildew resistant and has anti-allergenic properties – perfect for suffers of eczema, asthma and other allergies.

Did you know that the number 1 reason for waking up in the night is a change in temperature? Your body heat can’t escape from the mattress, so your bed warms up meaning you then become unsettled. The air flow technology used within this range is designed to expel warm air from the mattress as we move naturally in the night, providing a constant flow of cool air.

Each one of these mattresses are comprised of a multi zone foam unit – this means they provide active pressure point relief whilst the castellated comfort cells provide comfort and support where needed most. Finished with a mesh border and air flow technology, the Sports Therapy range regulates body temperature throughout the night therefore achieving an uninterrupted healthy sleep.

A good night’s sleep can do wonders for both physical and mental health. According to latest research, achieving a comfortable 7 or 8 hour sleep every night can relieve stress and boost your mood as well as slowing down the ageing process. Getting a quality nights sleep is vital in aiding in recovery from aches and pains and leaves us feeling refreshed in the morning. We buy top quality exercise equipment and healthy food that preps us for activities, so why not invest in a comfortable mattress to further benefit our health?

The Sports Therapy range comes with a 5 year warranty and to ensure you receive only the best, this range has been tried and tested by professional athletes – here’s what some of them had to say!

 

“I have had just a few nights on my sports therapy mattress. I have already noticed Sports Therapy Mattressesthe positive influence it has had on both my sleep quality and recovery. I would thoroughly recommend this product” – Professional Cricketer

“Rest and recovery are just as important as training. With my new Sports Therapy mattress I feel refreshed, renewed and ready to go every morning.” – Rugby Player

“As a swimmer, I regularly wake up ridiculously early in the morning, so getting a quality night’s sleep is vital to ensure that I am recovered for the next day’s training. Since having the Sports Therapy mattress, as soon as my head hits the bed, I’m asleep within a few minutes which means I wake up feeling refreshed and ready for training. I would definitely recommend this mattress for other elite athletes.” – Triple Paralympic medallist

“I have been using the Sports Therapy Mattress now for just over a week and have been delighted with how comfortable the mattress in comparison to my previous sprung mattress. The quality of my night’s sleep has noticeable improved already as it is so much easier to get comfortable, the feel is extremely soft and provides the right amount of support for me also. As a sport’s professional it is important for me to get a good night’s sleep to feel revitalised ahead of playing in a tournament, I am delighted with the product so far and would recommend this mattress to all who would need to improve their sleep, and wake up feeling refreshed and pain free!! – Professional Golfer

 

Complete the experience with the Sports Therapy pillow – using the same airflow technology as the mattresses, this pillow allows cool air to flow between the head and neck, maintaining an even temperature throughout the night. Encased in a Bug guard treated soft knit fabric, with the Sports Therapy range you are guaranteed a therapeutic nights sleep from head to toe!

March Is National Bed Month

Did you know that March is National Bed Month? National Bed Month is all about raising awareness about the importance of sleep, after all a good night’s sleep is vital for a healthy lifestyle as it ensures productivity and alertness and gives our bodies much needed time to recover and recuperate ready for the next day ahead.

National Bed MonthThere are many factors that contribute to achieving a peaceful sleep; ensuring that your bedroom is a calm and relaxing environment, keeping lighting to a minimum, avoiding caffeine and other stimulants before you hit the sack and of course making sure you have the right bed to actually fall asleep in! National Bed Month reiterates just how important sleep is so what better time than now to start thinking about the best bed options to make sure you slumber in comfort and style.

As we all know, mattresses are a pivotal part of our bedtime experience and we all have different tastes when it comes to what makes the perfect mattress.

Whether it’s memory foam, open coil, orthopaedic, or pocket sprung, choosing your ideal mattress is a very personal thing and Just4ftbeds are here to help with a variety of mattresses in a range of sizes and designs.

Memory Foam mattresses are a popular choice due to the fact that they mould to your shape, resulting in full body comfort that’s practically bespoke to you. They are a very comfortable mattress option ideal for people of any age with many memory foam mattresses coming equipped with pillow tops for additional comfort.

Open coil mattresses are coil sprung and are generally firm, therefore great for people who love a bit of support. On average, coil sprung mattresses feature approximately 300 individual coils connected by a wire that creates an overall ‘spring’ effect.

On the other hand, Pocket Sprung mattresses feature coils that work independently and are sewn into individual fabric pockets. Pocket Sprung Mattresses provide great support and ae an ideal option for people of any weight.Types of Small Double Mattresses

Many people swear by Orthopaedic mattresses. Traditionally on the firmer side, Orthopaedic mattresses cradle the body and provide great support for people who suffer with back issues and those with perfectly healthy joints. There are a variety of Orthopaedic mattresses available including mattresses with open coil springs and Orthopaedic mattresses that can be rolled up for convenient storage.

No mattress is complete without a small double divan – besides, every bed needs a good base!

Small double divan beds are available to purchase in a variety of options so you’re sure to find one that perfectly complements your mattress and bedroom. Choose from low divans, four part divans or divans with storage and complete with your bed set with something stylish and comfortable.

Low divan beds are an on trend option and ideal for thicker mattresses while four part divans are easily transported and ideal if you have a narrow hallway or smaller doorframes.

Storage divan beds are a perfectly discreet space saving storage option for any bedroom. Storage divans provide hidden space for storing your linens, spare pillows, blankets and even clothing away and out of site without compromising on space. Storage divans are available in a choice of colours and finishes to suit you.

With National Bed Month in full swing, isn’t it time you considered whether you’re really getting a good night’s sleep? Browse a wide range of mattresses and small double divan beds today at Just4ftbeds and find just what you need to achieve the sleep you deserve.

Why Small Double Beds?

We spend half of our lives sleeping, so choosing a comfortable yet practical bed is one of the most important decisions we can make when shopping for new furniture. Small double beds are a popular option for one very big reason – they save on space. Spacious enough for two people yet compact enough to fit in a standard sized modern bedroom, a small double bed is the antidote to limited space, with 4ft beds being the most universally popular option.

It’s 2015 and many of us are living in flats in or semi-detached houses and our bedrooms are inevitably now much smaller than they were a century ago. As time has gone on and the population grown, our homes have become smaller and therefore the need for suitable furniture has skyrocketed.  Research shows that the average modern home in Britain is now almost half the size they were in the 1920s. Today, the average home measures in at only 925 square feet; one hundred years ago they averaged at 1,647 square feet – a fairly dramatic difference.


Illustration: Average house sizes have decreased by nearly half over the last 100 years (source: Royal Institute of British Architects)

It’s official, British houses are the smallest in Europe and thanks to our shrinking homes, space-saving furniture is more popular than ever. Of course, the most important room to consider when choosing new furniture to complement our smaller spaces is the bedroom – after all, we do spend a lot of time in there!

Across the UK, city dwellers and suburbanites alike require a compact and above all comfortable solution to ensure their precious sleep isn’t jeopardised due to lack of space. This is where small double beds come into the equation. Created to meet the demand for a comfortable yet practical solution to our generally compact bedrooms, these size beds have fast become a modern necessity.

Accommodating two average adults with room to spare, small double beds will often leave enough space for additional bedroom furniture including bedside tables and ottoman blanket boxes.

A 4ft bed may seem very compact at first glance but in fact they allow you to slumber in comfort without compromising on precious space. With so many different styles available, you needn’t compromise on style either, no matter what your personal taste! After all, a smaller bedroom doesn’t have to be a boring bedroom.

A traditional, wooden small double bed is perfect for a timelessly elegant look that suits virtually any décor. Choose from painted wooden bed frames, ash or birch finish even rich mahogany for a stunning vintage look.


4ft Wooden Beds
Illustration: Ananke Small Double White Wooden Bed

Metal framed small double beds are a popular option thanks to the wide selection of headboard and footboard detailing available. Featuring styles that feature intricate, elegant finials through to sophisticated minimalist detail, metal framed beds are classic in design and robust in build.

Small Double Metal Beds
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llustration: Tetras Small Double Metal Bed

An upholstered 4ft bed is a clean, contemporary option ideal for any smaller bedroom. Choose from leather, linen or fabric upholstery in a variety of shades to find the style perfect for your room.

Small Double Upholstered Beds
Illustration: Leonardo Small Double Upholstered Bed

For a clever space –saving option, opt for a small double ottoman bed with hidden storage. To really save on space, these compact beds feature plenty of storage in the base. The bed simply flips up to reveal a hidden area perfect for storing your linens and other items, making them a small, stylish and ultimately practical option for any modern bedroom. Alternatively, a 4ft bed with inbuilt drawers in the base is ideal for saving on space.

Small Double Ottoman Beds
Illustration: Reynolds Small Double Ottoman Bed

With the average bedroom now a fraction of the size it once was, the need for stylish, space saving beds is at an all-time high.  With our small double beds there’s no need to compromise on space or style. Discover the extensive range today to find the ideal small double bed to complement your bedroom.

WIN a Bottle of Champagne!

Christmas is a stressful time of year so what better time to sit back, relax and enjoy a bottle of quality champagne, especially if it’s free! This year at Just 4ft Beds we are giving you the chance to win a bottle of lovely bubbly to celebrate Christmas in style.

All you have to do is place an order and apply the code BUBBLY5 to be entered into our prize draw. As well as being in with the chance of winning some fine champagne, you will also receive 5% off your purchase!

This competition runs from Friday 14th December until Thursday 27th December so order quickly, and don’t forget to use BUBBLY5, to enter!

Finding Your Ideal Small Double Bed

With over 250 products to choose from, we are confident that our collection of wooden, metal and upholstered small double beds will impress everyone. Ranging from budget prices to luxury items, at the height of interior fashion or traditional in style, we are sure you will find something you love.

Need a guide to buying or simply overwhelmed by the vast selection? Well, below is a breakdown of a few of our star products ready to inspire you in creating that key look in your bedroom.

Wooden Beds
The Farmhouse 4ft Bed is ideal for those favouring a country styled interior. Made from solid Ash, this bed boasts a beautiful natural wood finish that will look fantastic in any bedroom and will suit any colour scheme. The matching cross style headboard and foot end give this bed a unique look, making it the perfect focal point for a traditional bedroom.

 

The simple but stylish Esther Walnut Bed Frame will provide a more contemporary look. The unusual horizontally slatted headboard, together with the rich walnut finish, gives this bed a modern look whilst looking warm and welcoming at the same time. Paired with dark walnut furniture, this bed will help to create a luxurious looking bedroom without that lavish price tag.

A bespoke beauty, the Beethovan Sleigh Bed offers a classic look that is both chic and elegant. Handcrafted in theUK from home grown Ash, this stunning sleigh style bed features an exquisite woven cane headboard and foot end making it a wonderful feature for any setting. Available in 7 different wood finishes, ranging from light oak to rich mahogany, this bed can be customised to suit your existing bedroom.

Metal Beds
For elegance on a budget the Teramo Metal Bed is the perfect solution. Available in black for a more striking look, or white for a feminine look, this sophisticated metal bed features a decorative head and foot end with an ornate swirl design, giving it a real touch of class.

The Detroit 4ft Bed will stand out in any modern bedroom. With a metal frame complemented by wooden posts, this combination of materials lends this bed a trendy look that will make a quirky focal point for any up to date bedroom. Choose either a black metal frame with black wooden posts, or a silver metal frame with natural wooden posts to suit your own style.

Upholstered Beds
The stunning Verona Faux Leather Bed will add a glamorous look to your bedroom. Upholstered in black or cream faux leather, featuring a show stopping buttoned headboard with a subtle scroll top, and sat on delicate dark wooden feet, this luxurious bed will suit all interior styles, from classic vintage to contemporary designer.

Designed with easy living in mind, the Lucus Upholstered Ottoman Bed offers comfort, style and practicality. Available in a choice of 2 fabrics, oxford blue or stone, this uncomplicated ottoman bed and its simple headboard will suit any trendy interior. With an easy-lifting mechanism in place, the slatted area of this bed lifts to reveal a spacious storage area underneath, ideal for holding bed linen and accessories.

So that’s a brief introduction to what we have to offer here at Just 4ft Beds. As well as a great selection of wooden, metal or upholstered beds, we also have a fantastic range of 4ft divan beds, sofa beds, futons and folding beds, and why not take a look at our mattress and bed linen section for those finishing touches to add to your bedroom.