Captain bed is specially designed for compact space. It is preliminarily a storage space. Original idea for design is storage spaces like bookcase or shelving or drawers beneath the mattress. It creates more space in bedroom. Captain beds are suitable for small studio apartments, student’s rooms, kid rooms, guest rooms or bedrooms. Captain beds are also come in sleigh bed design or in some particular style like trundle bed pullouts on the ground level with drawers or shelves above.

Sizes of captain bed-

Captain beds are available in all sizes. These beds are suitable for single size bed or full size bed. Length and width of single size bed is 39” and 75” respectively. Full size bed is suitable for two people. Ideal length of double size bed is 75” and width is 54”. Captain type beds are also available in king size and queen size bed. Storage space in king size bed and queen size bed is bigger because of its size. King size is the biggest size in the bed. King size bed is 76” wide and 80” long. At least five average drawers are made in a bed. You can order a bed to the manufacturer as per your requirement and number of shelves and its openings.

Other specification of captain bed-

Generally captain beds are made up of wood. These are easy for transportation. These are available in pre-assembled headboards and very easy for assembling. Manufacturer provides detailed instructions. Only Phillips screwdriver is requiring for assembly. Two people can do assembling in 30 minute. High quality maple, solid ash wood and solid birch wood are used in manufacturing of captain’s bed. Online captain bed stores are available. You can order bed as per requirement or you can choose from catalog available on web site of manufacturer.

Trundle bed-

Trundle bed is a type of captain bed. It is slightly smaller than main bed. It is supported by roller coaster on its leg and easily movable beneath the main bed. In a typical captain bed shelves and drawers are replaced by small trundle bed. It saves the space required for second bed in bedroom. The concept is developed from Murphy bed. Some lower beds are having adjustable height slots on legs of smaller bed so it can pop up to the same height as the main bed. Both beds are not having box spring. These beds are less common as compare to the bunk beds used in children’s room.