A bed with drawers underneath, also known as a storage bed, creates a more tidy room and provides more storage space and a stable mattress base. Its simple frame design makes it an easy piece of furniture to blend with other room items.
The area under beds without drawers often becomes a prime space to store items temporarily, such as shoe boxes and unwashed dishes. The drawers block storage bed owners from putting items underneath their beds without thinking about them and sorting them into drawers. The owners must become more organized and tidy because they no longer have a catch-all space for daily clutter.
Additionally, normal beds accumulate massive amounts of dust and dirt underneath the bases. Storage beds do not suffer from this problem.
A storage bed can act as a substitute for a dresser and other storage units. By eliminating dressers, storage bed owners have more space to add other decor or just more open bedroom space. Smaller rooms and apartments benefit the most from using a storage bed as the primary storage furniture.
Beds with drawers distribute weight more evenly onto the bed frame, which means it handles physical strain more easily than normal beds. Most storage beds also do not have springs, so bed users do not have to worry about breaking the springs.
The storage bed can also act as a place to store seasonal items, such as heavy linen.