bed is a noun that means a piece of furniture used for sleeping and resting. It usually consists of a supportive base frame with a mattress, while additional pieces such as pillows, sheets, and blankets may also be used. Beds are typically made of materials such as wood, metal, or mattresses filled with padding such as latex or foam.
1. I was so tired last night, I just wanted to climb into bed and go to sleep.
2. My daughter chose a princess bed for her room.
3. The elderly couple owned a comfortable bed with a modest headboard.
for singular usage, be sure to use 'bed' and not 'beds'. It is also proper to use 'bed' for any type of furniture used for sleeping, including futons, couches, and air mattresses. Additionally, always follow 'bed' with an article (i.e. 'a bed' or 'the bed') unless the context makes it clear which type of bed is being referred to or the sentence itself dictates the article (i.e. 'She lay down in bed').