Having a guest bed is something that the majority of us need yet might not always have. Having a dedicated guest bed or guest bedroom can take up a lot of space that you may need for something else. When space is such a premium, it is ideal to have a guest bed which can be used for something else or hidden away when not in use. Luckily, we have a variety of guest bed options which make the most of small spaces. Guest beds are great for when family come to stay, or even just for those impromptu sleepovers your children may have. Day beds with a trundle are great for a number of reasons; they are a sofa during the day, yet bed at night and the trundle drawer means there is always an extra bed yet can also double as some extra storage.
As well as offering single beds which include a guest bed option, we also have a variety of bunk beds which come with a trundle option. This is perfect for siblings who share a room as it still gives them the opportunity to have friends stay; or, it can also be great for when you have more than one guest
to stay and have to free up some extra room.
Do you keep your guest bed made?
It’s completely up to you. You can keep your guest bed made as this might look nicer, or you can leave it and pop fresh sheets on before your guest arrives. We recommend washing the bed sheets between each guest's stay for the perfect guest bed.
What is the best folding guest bed?
There are many folding guest beds to choose from depending on the size of the room and the style you’d prefer. We recommend a sofa bed, which is a pull out bed that can be used for seating when not needed for sleeping.
How to keep the guest bed fresh?
You can cover a guest bed in plastic covering, this could be a plastic tablecloth for example. This way the bed is kept fresh and dust free, ready for when your guest arrives so they can enjoy a good night's sleep.
Are guest beds comfortable?
Yes, guest beds are comfortable. The comfortability of a guest bed will depend on the mattress type, bedframe and how much sleeping space your guest has.
Should you keep sheets on the guest bed?
The decision is completely up to you. It may be easier to keep your guest bed made so that it’s ready for your guests' arrival, alternatively, depending on how frequently guests stay, you may want to only make the bed when you have guest stay so that the sheets are kept fresh.
What can I use for a guest bed?
Any bed can be used as a guest bed, we have day beds, sofa beds, high beds, single beds, bunk beds, trundle beds and more.
With so many great options for including a guest bed in your existing room or bed, there is no need to worry about having to find some spare space to place a new bed. Shop Guest Beds with Room to Grow today.