Australia is the land of extremes, thanks to its extreme climate, extremely ferocious animals, and extreme wilderness capable of killing an average lad in a matter of days if went astray. But, from the time when Europeans arrived on the coasts of Australia in the early 1600s, the land has changed into a continent country with global cities and landscapes. And when it comes to buying a bed frame, Australians have many options.
While you might think that all bed frames are the same, there are some differences between American and Australian beds that you should be aware of before making your purchase, and here are some of them:
When sleeping, it’s essential to have the right mattress and bed frame. This can be hard to find in Australia because Australian beds tend to be different from American ones. So, the main difference between Australian bed frames and American ones is that they are flatter and broader. This is because Australians like to sleep on their sides and back, which means they tend to fall off the edge in case their frames are too high off the ground (the same goes for Americans). This also makes them much more comfortable and easier to move around when cleaning your room or storing it away after use!
They’re Less Creaky
The most common complaint about traditional metal bed frames is that they tend to make a lot of noise. As you move around on your bed, the metal frame will squeak and groan, which can be annoying for you and your partner. This can cause you to feel restless at night, not just because of the sound but also because it might wake up your partner if they are a light sleeper or someone who likes to sleep in silence. However, Australian-made wooden bed frames are designed specifically with no creaks or rattles in mind; so whether you toss and turn or snuggle down for the night with your favourite book, your sleep won’t be disturbed by annoying noises coming from underneath where you lay!
They Can Support Tall People
Another difference is that Australian bed frames are designed to support tall people. This means you can buy a bed frame taller than you, and it will still work perfectly well. This also means that if you’re not so tall and would prefer something more compact, plenty of options are available too!
You can go anywhere from just under six feet tall to eight feet tall (approximately 4 meters). Meanwhile, you may be thinking, “wow, that seems like a lot of choices! How do you choose?” Don’t worry; there are some simple guidelines you can follow when deciding which one suits us best. And the questions to ask are:
- What size would you need?
- How long do you want your mattress on this particular frame? Will your current sheets fit in this size/style?
- Is it comfortable enough for you/your partner/your kids (if applicable)?
There Are Many Different Sizes
There are many different sizes of bed frames available to buy in Australia. And you can choose from single, double, and king-size frames. Meanwhile, the height of your bed frame will depend on what type you choose to purchase, but the majority are lower than traditional UK beds, so you have more space underneath for storage.
The width and length of each bed frame also are determined by the size of the mattress (single, double, or king) that it needs to hold onto securely and provide a safe environment for sleeping every night.
When looking for Australian bed frames, it is important to consider what mattress will work with your new bed frame. And if you have bought a new bed and want to get the most out of your purchase, then investing in a mattress can be a good idea. But, you must make sure that your new mattress is comfortable and durable. If you do not do this, there may be problems down the line when it comes to sleeping on your new bed because it might not provide enough support for people who suffer from back pain or other forms of discomfort while they sleep. It also needs to be affordable so that people can afford them without spending too much money on them over time!