Where can I get 240 cm long beds?

Buy a bed that is 240 cm long from thousands of items by width, height and depth or price. Furniture and appliances from multiple outlets to fit a small bedroom.

BRIMNES Bed frame w storage and headboard, black/Luröy, Queen
$749
at IKEA

Width: 158 cm
Height: 111 cm
Length: 236 cm

Perfect if you are searching for a 240 cm long bed. BRIMNES long Bed frame w storage and headboard, black/Luröy, Queen A bed frame with hidden storage in several places – ideal if you live in a small space. Everything is kept close at hand with integrated storage in the headboard. The BRIMNES series has several smart solutions that help you save space.

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How do I measure the space to fit a bed in?
Measure the width and the depth of the area where you'd like to place a bed. The easiest way is to use a measuring tape. Hold the start down at the edge of the area, and let it run to the other edge. Make sure the tape is not diagonal, or else you get a value larger than the reality. If the distance is larger than what you can stretch to, ask someone else to assist, or divide the distance up into multiple parts. You can do this by either holding the tape down partway through and continuing running it while letting the first end go, or by marking how far you have measured on the floor or wall, and reposition the tape to complete the measurement. If you want to avoid drawing on the floor, try putting down a pointy object like a pen there. Don't forget to avoid dead places where the piece of furniture won't be able to go like pipes. Also don't forget to take the height of the space and the item into account wherever the ceiling is uneven like spaces under the stairs.
Ridge Queen Bed
$2,299
at Harvey Norman

Width: 170 cm
Height: 123 cm
Length: 230 cm

Perfect if you are searching for a 240 cm long bed. Practical and fashionable, the Ridge long Bed comes with two roomy footboard drawers for convenient storage of bulky blankets and decorative pillows. A prominent headboard acts as a strong backdrop to a uncompromising decor.

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Tingha Wooden Bookcase Bed, King Single
$685
at LivingStyles

Width: 121 cm
Height: 125 cm
Length: 232 cm

Recommended if you are searching for a 240 cm long bed. Measurement: 121cm W x 232cm D x 125cm H. Assembly: Flat Packed. Buy Tingha Wooden Bookcase Bed, King Single from LivingStyles for Australia wide home delivery. Material: Timber, MDF, Plywood Slats. Warranty: 2 Year Manufacturer's Warranty. Manufacturer code:ASHFORD-KSB. Brand: SGA Furniture. Origin: Indonesia. Colour: White.

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BRIMNES Bed frame w storage and headboard, white, 180x200 cm
$759
at IKEA

Width: 186 cm
Height: 111 cm
Length: 234 cm

Suits a space 240 cm (2.4m) long. BRIMNES long Bed frame w storage and headboard, white, 180x200 cm A bed frame with hidden storage in several places – suitable if you live in a small space. Everything is kept close at hand with integrated storage in the headboard. The BRIMNES series has several smart solutions that help you save space.

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Minetto Gas Lift Modern LED Nightlite Platform Bed with USB Charger & End Drawer, King Single, High Gloss White
$1,099
at LivingStyles

Width: 118 cm
Height: 120 cm
Length: 232 cm

Suits a space 240 cm (2.4m) long. Buy Minetto Gas Lift Modern LED Nightlite Platform Bed with USB Charger & End Drawer, King Single, High Gloss White from LivingStyles for Australia wide home delivery. Measurement: 118cm W x 232cm D x 120cm H. Assembly: Flat Packed. Colour: High Gloss White. Manufacturer code:H2020 kingsingle White. Warranty: 1 Year Manufacturer's Warranty. Brand: OZWorld. Material: MDF.

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How can I coordinate colors?
The color scheme in your space can be a bit accidental, but it has considerable effect on the feelings you get from your room. The two main things to consider when it comes to colors is balance and associations. Balance means that the colors should be coordinated in some way, so that it looks like a unit instead of a random collection of elements. Usual techniques to achieve this are considering a color wheel, and selecting colors that are either quite close to each other (as colors that are only different in lightness or intensity always go together, but small variations in the actual tone or hue can also work), or quite far, like on different halves of the wheel (complementary colors like blue and yellow). Associations with and emotions connected to colors are also important to keep in mind, and there are many lists for these from those by 19th-century Impressionist painters to modern interior design guides. In all likelihood these emotions are cultural and learnt, which means that they can be quite different in different cultures or just for different people. The associations are even often contradictory, making it even more difficult to use them as a guide. Blue is often associated with productivity, but also calmness, stability and even sadness. Green is clearly the color of nature, and is considered to be associated with safety, luck and envy (though in other cultures envy is yellow instead). Yellow is always a shouty color and can evoke warmth, brightness, energy and attention (likely evoking the sun), except when it is dark and becomes brown, when it is thought to be relaxing and comfortable. Red is considered to be the color of friendship, energy, leadership, desire and revenge - a very wide range of emotions. But it is clear that in nature, it means danger and importance, so it should be put next to a neutral color to allow the eye to rest. These associations are so varied that these guidelines seem to boil down to just one piece of advice: pause and think what the color means for you.
Copenhagen King Single Bed In Arctic White
$579
at LivingStyles

Width: 116 cm
Height: 90 cm
Length: 230 cm

Suitable for a space 240 cm (2.4m) long. King Single Size: 116cm W x 230cm L x 90cm H. Assembly. Available in Single and King Single sizes. Finished in Arctic white. 12 month manufacturer's warranty. This item is NOT eligible for our 14 day change of mind return. Without Trundle long Bed. Laminated MDF hardwood. Laminated MDF hardwood. Arctic White. Trundle long Bed. Features: Bed. Optional trundle available.

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BRIMNES Bed frame w storage and headboard, white/Luröy, 180x200 cm
$849
at IKEA

Width: 186 cm
Height: 111 cm
Length: 234 cm

Ideal for 240 cm (2.4m) long spaces. Ample storage space is hidden neatly under the bed in 4 large drawers. Everything is kept close at hand with integrated storage in the headboard. white/Luröy 180x200 cm. Suitable for storing quilts, pillows and bed linen. BRIMNES long Bed frame w storage and headboard.

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Sunbury Tyson Modern Rug, 160x230cm, Gold / Grey
$279
at LivingStyles

Width: 160 cm
Height: 1 cm
Length: 230 cm

Recommended if you are searching for a 240 cm long bed. This modern collection consists of the latest designs and colours in floor textile fashion that are much in demand. This exquisite collection is created with many different shades of grey, splashed with gold and blue hues on a long bed of precisioncarved patterns that create a subtle relief effect. 160cm W x 230cm D. Return Policy.

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BRIMNES Bed frame w storage and headboard, white/Lönset, 180x200 cm
$959
at IKEA

Width: 186 cm
Height: 111 cm
Length: 234 cm

Perfect if you are searching for a 240 cm long bed. Ample storage space is hidden seamlessly under the bed in 4 large drawers. Everything is kept close at hand with integrated storage in the headboard. white/Lönset 180x200 cm. Suitable for storing quilts, pillows and bed linen. BRIMNES Bed frame w storage and headboard.

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Sunbury Ryder Modern Rug, 160x230cm, Navy / Grey
$279
at LivingStyles

Width: 160 cm
Height: 1 cm
Length: 230 cm

Ideal for 240 cm (2.4m) long spaces. This trendy collection consists of the latest designs and colours in floor textile fashion that are much in demand. This exquisite collection is created with many different shades of grey, splashed with gold and blue hues on a bed of precisioncarved patterns that create a subtle relief effect. 160cm W x 230cm D. Return Policy.

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Sunbury Ryder Modern Rug, 160x230cm, Gold / Grey
$279
at LivingStyles

Width: 160 cm
Height: 1 cm
Length: 230 cm

Suitable for a space 240 cm (2.4m) long. This contemporary collection consists of the latest designs and colours in floor textile fashion that are much in demand. This exquisite collection is created with many different shades of grey, splashed with gold and blue hues on a bed of precisioncarved patterns that create a subtle relief effect. 160cm W x 230cm D. Return Policy.

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Sunbury Chase Modern Rug, 160x230cm, Grey / Blue
$279
at LivingStyles

Width: 160 cm
Height: 1 cm
Length: 230 cm

This contemporary collection consists of the latest designs and colours in floor textile fashion that are much in demand. This exquisite collection is created with many different shades of grey, splashed with gold and blue hues on a bed of precisioncarved patterns that create a subtle relief effect. 160cm W x 230cm D. Return Policy.

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How can one find beds by size?
Finding beds in search engines on the web by measurements is not easy as search engines are best at finding text only. Also, when searching for beds to fit a given space, a bit shallower items would also be suitable. Even if some websites allow searching for beds by size, searching many webshops at the same time needs a different solution. This is where Furniture Ferret comes to the rescue. We scan many websites on the web and list tens of thousands of items to let you find the one that fits perfectly.
How do I spot a bargain when buying a bed?
757.83 Australian dollars is the average price of beds in this section. Most of the beds that match your search cost between 279 Australian dollars and 2,299 Australian dollars. Only 10% of products cost more or less than these values. You can check whether an item you like is overpriced or underpriced by comparing it to the median price. For the beds here the median is $749, that is, 50% of them is priced above this, and 50% below.
From the history of furniture: The history of beds

2. Oak Bedstead with arcaded head panels. The original foot is missing. but that shown is its probable form. Jacobean Period. Early 17th Century.

The four-poster continued in use throughout the 17th and 18th centuries, the Jacobean type being similar to the Elizabethan except that the posts of the former type were, as a rule, slighter and the carving more restrained. The bed proper was in some cases also joined to the front posts.

An example of a Queen Anne bed is given in Fig. 3, in which a great change is noticeable. Beds of this type were covered with hangings, the posts being often simply plain squares covered with material and draped round with hangings. The cornice was often of very elaborate shaping and section, and was stretched with cloth. The head was also decorated with a shaped board, moulded and stretched with material. This is seen in the example. The height of these beds varied tremendously, the general tendency being towards height.

3. Four-poster Bed with hangings. The feet are scrolled and the canopy is surmounted by plumes of feathers. Queen Anne Period; Early 18th Century.

The idea of entirely covering the wood-work with material died out soon after the end of Queen Anne's reign, and many fine examples of 18th-century beds are in existence.

Fig. 4 is typical of the Chippendale period.

4. Mahogany Four-poster Bedstead. The posts are fluted for part of their height and rest upon cabriole legs. Chippendale Period. About Middle of 18th Century.

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Questions and answers

How much free space should I leave around the bed?

The bed is the main furniture in a bedroom, but one needs some space around it to access it. But how much exactly? You will need about 75-90 cm space on both sides of the bed as well as at its foot, with the more space for more relaxed set-ups. This means that for a 120 cm wide bed, you would need a 270 cm wide space. If this is too much, you can save space by pushing the bed against the wall on one side, especially for single beds used by one person. This creates a cozy corner, and decreases the space needed by a 120 cm wide bed to 195 cm in width. Equally, it is possible to skip the extra room at the foot of the bed - it can be flush against the wall, or you can place a dresser there to save more space and add to the feeling of a safe, enclosed space. Opting for a sofa bed can also be a space-saving option.

How do I find the cheapest 240 cm long beds on Furniture Ferret?

On every search page there is the option to sort the results by their price (ascending or descending), or relevance. Click or tap on the button just above the first item, after "Order by", to change how the results are ordered. Sorting by relevance will show the bed at the top that contains most of the keywords in the search, while sorting by price shows the cheapest or most expensive bed first. Change the ordering to "Price: low to high" to see the cheapest 240 cm long beds available on Furniture Ferret.

Our philosophy

We aim to allow everyone to live comfortably even if they only own a small space they call home. We scour the Internet to search among thousands of desks, cabinets, shelves, shoe cabinets, beds, tables, sofas and so on by size, to find just the right one to go next to the window and turn the room into some closet space, or to find that extra long sofa that is still narrow enough to squeeze through the door. From the kitchen to the bedroom, don't live around furniture - buy furniture that lives with you.

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