RUF upholstered beds BETTEN
Sleep like in seventh heaven
Top quality begins at the bottom of our beds: the base. One unique feature, for example, is the ventilation system we have developed. With our comfort upholstered beds (e.g. In COMPOSIUM), it works according to the double-wall principle. The special plastic fittings suspend the spring wood frame a few centimetres above the bed base. The suspended surrounds allow the air to circulate from outside to inside the bed base. The effect: good protection against mould and mildew – but always a healthy bed climate.
Not only the construction is well thought-out, but also the manufacturing is done with perfect craftsmanship and a lot of attention to detail. Together with the mattress of your choice and the matching spring wood frame, you get a sleeping system that you can adapt to your individual sleeping habits, your body and your comfort requirements.
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What differentiates a classic upholstered bed from a box spring bed?
The structure makes the difference; spring wood frames, also known as slatted frames, can be found in classic upholstered beds. The individual mattress lies on top of this, and is framed by the bed surround. A topper may be placed on top. Many box spring beds lack this slatted frame, and instead use the box with inner springs (the box spring). This box is also known as the base mattress. In good box spring beds, such as those from RUF, they do not lie directly on the floor, but on a ventilated, springwood-like substructure. This improves the sleeping environment and also optimises comfort levels while lying down. The two bed types are also distinct on a visual level: the border that characterises the mattresses of upholstered beds is not present on a box spring bed. The mattress lies freely on top – and at BettenRUF, they’re secured against slippage. This creates the typical, two-part look of the box spring bed and a voluminous look. Betten