The history of themed bedrooms or chambers could be difficult to trace, but it could be surmised that it dates back to the first explorations. When travellers explored other countries, it was inevitable that fabrics and even fashions travelled back with them to their own countries, thereby influencing the decor of that country forever. Themed beds are a continuation of this long trend. This article will give more details about boat beds.
Fishing boat bed
Extreme examples of boat beds are the Prince Regent's (later King George IV) Royal Pavilion in Brighton which is an exotic mixture of Indian and Chinese design, inside and out. The fishing boat bed One of the boat beds available is the fishing boat bed which come standard with toy box in the bow and a partially-covered wheel house. On the stern, near the painted anchor, you can add the name of the little sailor who will be sleeping in the bed. It is 2750 mm long, 1000 mm wide and 1300 tall.
If fishing is too ho-hum, then a galleon bed might be what your little sailor requires. This bed is longer than the fishing boat at 2950 mm, and it is 1000 mm wide and 1300 mm tall. Another detail to consider is that the galleon boat comes with two masts. The boat includes a toy chest accessible through a bow hatch, a wheel, storage locker in the stern and six feet of anchor chain and an anchor. The name of the captain can be added to the stern.
Custom boat bed
If you have a BB or a Bed and Bath, then the above boat beds night not be for you. Indeed, if you are an adult and fancy sleeping in a boat, a child's bed might not be comfortable. Fortunately, you can hire a skilled carpenter to design and build a boat bed for you. Benefits The benefits is that not only will it be properly sized, but you can decide the materials you wish to use, such as weathered timbers or the manner in which the boat bed will be painted. If you decide that you wish to create a boat bed that looked as though it might have actually appeared on a British ship, you can have a custom boat bed made that resembles something Vice Admiral Nelson might have slept in while aboard the HMS Victory.