Best places to get a 52 inch long bed

Furniture Ferret lets you search hundreds of websites for 52 inch long beds (4′ 4″) just perfect for any bedroom. See all the results below. We hope you'll find what you're looking for. You can also buy many different types of furniture, sinks and bathtubs and appliances by size, price, colour and style.

$484.99

Width: 82.75 in
Height: 47.25 in
Depth: 48.75 in

Recommended if you are searching for a 52 inch long bed. Upgrade your bedroom in retro-inspired contemporary style with the Monarch trendy bed. This ultra-chic bed comes with an upholstered leather-look headboard, low-profile frame, and chrome metal legs for a sleek, fresh look. It's crafted from wood and medium-density fibreboard for years of beauty and support. At Best Buy.

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$262.65

Width: 82.75 in
Height: 45.25 in
Depth: 49.5 in

Great if you are looking for a 52 inch long bed. The padded and upholstered twin sized low platform bed frame in a timeless dark brown leather-look fabric, is supported with durable brown wooden legs that are angled at the front to effortlessly partner with your style statement. This is where your dreams begin with the classic retro styling of this rounded diamond tufted headboard, and clean lined frame for a subtle trendy touch. From ModernFurniture.ca.

$349

Width: 42.13 in
Height: 39.38 in
Depth: 50.38 in

BUSUNGE Extendable bed, light pink, 373/4x743/4" (96x190 cm) Playful design in strong materials with long-lasting surfaces and soft rounded corners. A bed made for a cheeky child, or BUSUNGE as they say in Sweden. It’s also extendable so that it grows with your child. Suits a space 52 in (4′ 4″) deep. From IKEA.

$305.15

Width: 82.75 in
Height: 47.25 in
Depth: 48.75 in

The clean understated elegance of the padded slip-cover style white leather look headboard and the low profile frame, supported by chic chrome metal legs gives the bed a subtle trendy retro look blending effortlessly with any decor style. Start your bedroom do-over with this casual yet modern designed twin sized upholstered platform bed frame. We recommend a 2 inch low profile box spring. Buy from ModernFurniture.ca.

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Searching for beds on Furniture Ferret is easy. Tap on the search button at the right of the header, then adjust the keywords you are searching for, for example, "table", "cabinet with mirror" or "modern dresser". Drag the two handles on the sliders to enter the highest and lowest values for the width, height and depth (length) and the price you are interested in. Press "Go!" to update the results.
$259

Width: 42.13 in
Height: 17.75 in
Depth: 49.25 in

You can easily change the look of the bed by choosing a headboard in a different color. white 38 1/4x74 3/4 " (97x190 cm). The bed grows with your child, but still keeps its proportions due to the clever design of the side panels. SLÄKT Ext bed frame with slatted bed base. Buy at IKEA.

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$271.15

Width: 82.75 in
Height: 45.25 in
Depth: 49.5 in

The padded and upholstered twin sized low platform bed frame in a timeless beige linen fabric, is supported with robust brown wooden legs that are angled at the front to effortlessly partner with your style statement. This is where your dreams begin with the classic retro styling of this rounded diamond tufted headboard, and clean lined frame for a subtle contemporary touch. Purchase from ModernFurniture.ca.

$199

Width: 40.13 in
Height: 28.38 in
Length: 49.25 in

It grows with your child so they always have a bed that fits their size. white 38 1/4x74 3/4 " (97x190 cm). Both a convenient and practical choice that lets you easily create the snug sleeping environment that your child needs. MINNEN Ext bed frame with slatted bed base. Buy at IKEA.

$347.65

Width: 82.75 in
Height: 45.25 in
Depth: 49.5 in

The padded and upholstered twin sized low platform bed frame in a timeless white leather- look, is supported with strong chrome metal legs that are curved at the front to effortlessly partner with your style statement. This is where your dreams begin with the classic retro styling of a rounded diamond tufted headboard, and clean lined frame for a subtle trendy touch. Purchase from ModernFurniture.ca.

How can one search for beds using their width, height and length?

Finding beds in search engines on the web by size is not straightforward as search engines are best at finding words only. Also, when searching for beds to fit a given space, slightly narrower items would also fit. Even if some shops allow searching for beds by measurements, checking many shops at the same time needs a different solution. This is where Furniture Ferret shines. We scan many websites on the Internet and list thousands of items so you can find the one that is just perfect.
$259

Width: 42.13 in
Height: 17.75 in
Depth: 49.25 in

You can easily alter the look of the bed by choosing a headboard in a different color. white/birch 38 1/4x74 3/4 " (97x190 cm). The bed grows with your child, but still keeps its proportions due to the clever design of the side panels. SLÄKT Ext bed frame with slatted bed base. Purchase from IKEA.

$269

Width: 42.5 in
Height: 31.5 in
Depth: 50 in

To create a complete children's room in the same style, combine the bed with other furniture in the SUNDVIK series and add textiles from the BARNDRÖM collection – they all match each other ideally. gray 38 1/4x74 3/4 " (97x190 cm). SUNDVIK Ext bed frame with slatted bed base. Shop now at IKEA.

$199

Width: 40.13 in
Height: 28.38 in
Length: 49.25 in

MINNEN Ext bed frame with slatted bed base, light pink, 381/4x743/4" (97x190 cm) This light-pink bed is only available in our range for a limited time. Suitably matches the BARNDRÖM textile collection and together with SMÅGÖRA furniture it can create a room that grows with your child. From IKEA.

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$349

Width: 42.13 in
Height: 39.38 in
Depth: 50.38 in

BUSUNGE Extendable bed, white, 381/4x743/4" (97x190 cm) Playful design in strong materials with sturdy surfaces and soft rounded corners. A bed made for a cheeky child, or BUSUNGE as they say in Sweden. It’s also extendable so that it grows with your child. Buy at IKEA.

$269

Width: 42.5 in
Height: 31.5 in
Depth: 50 in

SUNDVIK Ext bed frame with slatted bed base, white, 381/4x743/4" (97x190 cm) The style is timeless, the materials are sturdy and the details are made with care. There is room here for many eye-catching dreams – and generations. The bed can also be extended as your child grows. Buy it from IKEA.

Questions and answers

How can I choose a color for a bed?

The two main things to consider for everything color is balance and associations. Balance means that the colors should ideally be coordinated, so that it looks like a unit. This can be achieved by using a color wheel, and choosing colors that are either quite close to each other (colors that are only different in intensity of lightness always go together, but slight variations in the actual tone can also work), or relatively far or on different thirds (for example, cyan-orange-purple). Other color combinations are likely be somewhat jarring just based on how our eyes and brains understand color. Associations with and emotions connected to colors are equally important to keep in mind, and there are many lists for these from those by 19th-century Impressionist painters to modern interior design guides. It is quite probable that these emotions are cultural and learnt, which means that they can be very different for different people. Blue is often connected to productivity, but also stability, calmness and even sadness. Green is undoubtedly the color of nature, and is said to evoke safety, luck and envy (though in other cultures envy is yellow). White can be connected to peacefulness, innocence, cleanliness and emptiness, and, for example, mourning in India. Red is considered to be the color of friendship, energy, leadership, desire and anger - a very wide range of feelings. But it is clear that in nature, it means danger and importance, so you probably need to put it next to a neutral color to allow the brain to rest. These associations point in so many different directions that these guidelines all seem to boil down to just this: pause and consider what the color means for you.

What is the best way to 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 beginning of the tape down at the edge of the area, and let it run to the opposite edge. Make sure the tape is parallel to the side of the area, as otherwise you get a value larger than the reality. If the distance is larger than what you can stretch to, ask a friend for help, or divide the distance up into multiple parts. You can do this by either holding the tape down halfway and continuing running it while letting the first end go, or by marking how far you measured on the floor or wall, and reposition the tape to complete the measurement. If you want to avoid drawing on your floor, you can position a pointy object like a pair of scissors there. You should avoid dead places where the piece of furniture won't go like electric sockets. Also it may be necessary to take the height of the space and the item into account wherever the ceiling is uneven like in loft rooms.

From the history of furniture: Old-Fashioned Bedsteads Part 4

Another style of bed made chiefly by the Dutch is given in Figure 210. As can be seen, it is nearly cov ered with a beautiful pattern in marquetry, the darker wood being maple, which contrasts very prettily with the light, inlaid woods. This bed is six feet six inches wide, but I have seen them in single widths also. One peculiarity of these beds, as well as many of French workmanship, is that the decoration is on one side only, the intention being that one side shall go next to the wall. Often the wood of the wail side is different from the rest of the bed, and recently I saw an exquisite, carved rosewood bedstead, with the wall side of deal, stained to match the colour of the rest. It seems a strange economy, and may be classed with making the lids of chests of pine, when the bodies of them were of oak.

An unusually elegant four-post bedstead can be seen in Figure 211. It is of mahogany, richly carved, with a decorated frieze and water-gilt mounts. It is plainly of French make, and belongs to the latter half of the eighteenth century. The head-board and two head- posts are plain, and it was intended that they should be covered with drapery.

Another four-post bed, very much simpler but pleas ing for its very simplicity, is given in Figure 212. I am inclined to believe this to be of American make, since the posts are all finished alike, and the fluted posts were favourites with our own makers. I have seen beds of the same pattern which came from Charleston, South Carolina, during the first half of the nineteenth century, and which were made of very choice curly maple. They were foolishly cut up by their owner into hall chairs and goodness knows what other fripperies!

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