Looking for the best king-size bed to transform your sleep – and bedroom? King-size beds are a popular choice (especially for those who share a bed with a partner) as they naturally provide the most room which results in a more comfortable night's sleep. But which one is right for you?
Choosing the best bed should be a well thought out decision, after-all, it's the place you'll rest your head for years to come. While having the right mattress is an important aspect of this, choosing the right bed frame is also worth due consideration. In addition to having a significant impact on your quality of sleep, it will also impact the overall design of your bedroom.
What to consider when choosing a king-size bed?
Divan beds, which are best suited to those looking to maximise under-bed storage, and more classic bedsteads are found in equal proportions, as well as in an array of designs to suit every style. Our handy guide has rounded up the best king-size beds on offer, whatever your interiors style (and budget).
Check out our round up of the best storage beds.
Beautifully crafted from solid oak, veneers and poplar wood, the gorgeous Shalstone bed frame from John Lewis has a distinctly Mid-century feel to it and makes a striking addition to a contemporary bedroom.
While its stylish headboard is an obvious stand out feature, this beautiful bed also comes equipped with sprung birch wood slats for extra comfort and support when teamed with a quality mattress. Find the best mattresses in our buyer's guide.
Adding a vintage touch to your bedroom doesn't come easier than investing in this gorgeous and sturdy Starke bedstead from Made. On-trend and surprisingly versatile, this brass (or copper) finish frame works just as well with light and bright scheme as it does with dark and atmospheric interiors.
With a stylish headboard that wraps around one end of its spacious frame, the Tilia Bed from Made has a pared-back, yet distinctly sophisticated Nordic aesthetic. We love the combination of grey wool with light wood feet.
If you are doing up a bedroom on a budget, we think at just £350 this king size bed frame is a bit of a bargain. Sure it's simple, but the style is lovely with clean lines and stylish tapered legs, plus details like the subtly slatted headboard makes it look way more expensive than it actually is.
Still obsessed with the industrial trend? Yep us too, and this bed frame is ticking all the right boxes, from the rustic unfinished wood to the black metal frame. This frame also comes in single and double so if you aren't looking for a king size bed but love this style, M&S have you covered.
There is a whole Baltimore range available too if you want to kit out your whole bedroom.
If you after a king size bed that makes a bit of a statement, this one could be for you. The rattan, wrap around headboard is sure it add a ton of interest to your bedroom and the tapered legs definitely have something mid-century about them if you like that style.
Like the look of a traditional bedroom? This classic style bed frame is perfect if you are after something slightly more period-esque that won't date quickly. It comes part-assembled but putting the rest together is relatively easy. If you want to complete the look there is whole range of Chantilly White furniture, including lots of storage solutions, wardrobes and dressing tables.
Known for their innovative mattresses, eve has recently entered the realm of bed frames. This contemporary looking, simple design has been built with a good night's in mine. Its frame has a solid construction and sprung beech slats that are slightly arched to give a little extra spring, plus this allows your mattress to breath easier, making it last longer.
The headboard is optional for anyone who wants to make more of a statement, and just be aware this frame is self-assembly but it's pretty simple and only requires a spanner, which is included.
Want a mattress to match your new king size bed frame? Check out our Eve mattress review.