A great bed needs to be well made, it needs to be good value, it needs to be stylish - and above all it needs to be comfy. But fear not, we've trawled the net to find you the very best bed frames around. From iron canopies to sleek 1950s curves, we've narrowed the list to our ten favourites, and we guarantee that duvet days will be all the more appealing once you have one of these in your boudoir...
Based on a bed design for 19th century European adventurers, we love the timeless elegance of this minimalist frame. <a href="http://www.anthropologie.eu/en/uk/beds/italian-campaign-canopy-bed-double/invt/7591467560002/&bklist=icat,6,shop,forhome,shopbyhome,furniturehome,furniturebed"target="_hplink">Italian Campaign Canopy bed, £1298 from Anthropologie.</a>
Say bonjour to this hand carved French-style frame. Tres chic, non? <a href="http://loaf.com/products/coco-bed"target="_hplink">Coco bedframe, £795 from Loaf.</a>
If you're not familiar with <a href="http://www.made.com/">Made.com</a>, you really should be. The team sources designer furniture direct from the factories so that you can get your hands on high-end pieces at discounted prices. We love the bold curves of this 60-style - and we're 90% sure that this is what Don Draper would chose to sleep on. <a href="http://www.made.com/beds/double-beds/fonteyn-160cm-x-200cm-large-double-bed-oak-and-walnut"target="_hplink">Oak and walnut bed designed by Steuart Padwick, £649 from Made.com.</a>
Ikea might feel like a cliche when it comes to getting hold of budget furniture - but there's a reason why we keep coming back (and it's certainly not for the Swedish meatballs). <a href="http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/catalog/products/S39887588/"target="_hplink">Aspelund white slatted bed frame, £105 from Ikea.</a>
We're big fans of Ercol's no-nonsense design classics, and this two-tone bed frame is no exception. <a href="http://www.johnlewis.com/231293621/Product.aspx"target="_hplink">Ekero bedstead by Ercol, £899.</a>
In the sea of tasteful minimalism, the on-trend upholstered headboard on this frame really caught our eye. Designed by John Jenkins, this style has a 1950s feel, and the fabric has been woven by boutique Welsh woollen mill Melin Tregwynt. Buy this and we're pretty sure you'll have a design classic on your hands. <a href="http://www.heals.co.uk/beds/heals-mansfield-melin-tregwynt-bed-by-john-jenkins/invt/420724"target="_hplink">£1595 from Heal's,</a>
Available in a range of finishes, the low timber frame makes this a great choice for attic bedrooms (and people who don't like to travel too far when they get out of bed). <a href="http://www.getlaidbeds.co.uk/wooden-beds/low-beds/low-oriental-bed"target="_hplink">Low oriental bed, £183 from Get Laid Beds</a>. Beds are made to order and can be customised on request.
Minimalist ash bed with clean lines - proof that the best style is about simplicity (and pretty good value to boot). <a href="http://www.habitat.co.uk/tatsuma-double-bed/beds//fcp-product/25837"target="_hplink">Tatsuma bed, £300 from Habitat.</a>
Just like an authentic vintage bed - minus the creakiness. <a href="http://www.johnlewis.com/230904079/Product.aspx"target="_hplink"target="_hplink">Sophia bedstead by John Lewis, £950.</a>
The understated acacia wood coupled with the elegant low proportions made this bed frame really stand out for us. <a href="http://www.futoncompany.co.uk/bed/beds/low-japanese-wooden-bed.html"target="_hplink">Platform bed (includes mattress), £595 from the Futon Company.</a>