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My dad had rigged a ramp up to a derelict bedstead and boarded over the springs.
In guest rooms, fires and lamplight illuminate upholstered sleigh beds or traditional turned-wood New England bedsteads.
Our room’s vintage iron bedstead was set against walls painted a soft, saturated green.
One room boasts crimson walls and a large white wooden bedstead, with pretty floral bedding.
The sense of domesticity and its discontent is often present, with a brass bedstead making recurring appearances.
Guest bedrooms are furnished with mother-of-pearl wardrobes from Syria and gold bedsteads from Egypt.
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BEDSTEAD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bedstead for English Language Learners
: the frame of a bed : the part of a bed on which the mattress lies
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