If you are reading this article I assume you have been told of the many advantages of a waterbed.
The first thing you will need to decide is whether you would like a hard sided waterbed or a soft sided waterbed.
Hardside Waterbeds. When waterbeds first became popular many years ago all waterbeds had a hard frame. As the name suggests there is a solid frame that contains the waterbed mattress.
Generally the frame is upholstered or built of solid pine designed to be a significant piece of furniture in its own right. Choose the appearance and style to suit your bedroom. If you can’t find the style you want Contact Us and we can custom build or modify an existing bed surround or explain what is required if you wish to build your own.
Our upholstered range of hardsided waterbed frames soften the hard edge. We have a range of four high quality, hard wearing and washable suedette materials and a range of faux leathers Contact Us to request samples.
Something to consider is that the frame also adds to the overall dimension of the bed, so take that into account when calculating what size bed to buy.
Although the hard side waterbed may not be quite as practical for sitting on the edge as the softside waterbed ranges you will never have the problem of the edge of the water bed frame bowing out. In fact the ‘Olympia Deluxe’ soft side waterbed draws on the solid design features of the hardside water bed to address this issue making it the best softsided waterbed on the market.
One major benefit of the hard side water bed over the soft side is the increased volume of water in the waterbed mattress. This in turn reduces the displacement of water caused when a partner gets into bed. Balancing the level of water for comfort becomes far less critical.
You will soon develop a technique for getting in and out so the hardside waterbed is fantastic unless you really struggle with mobility problems.
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