Co-operative Beds Helps You Choose Beds and Mattresses
The average Briton spends almost a third of their life in bed, yet doesn’t tend to spend very long choosing a new bed or mattress. For many it’s simply a case of liking the look of a bed frame without even considering the quality or construction of the mattress. This brief guide by The Co-operative Beds will help guide you towards making the right decision about your next bed purchase.
Research by the London Sleep Centre has highlighted that an uncomfortable bed could cost you up to an hour’s sleep every single night, leading to you feeling tired and restless during the day. So, if you are thinking of buying a new bed what should you consider?
The choice of bed frame should be considered separately from the purchase of the mattress, unless it is an integral part of the bed, for example in special orthopedic beds with integrated electric mattresses.
You may wish to consider the purchase of a divan bed if you live in a home where space is at a premium. Many divans have integrated drawers and other storage options which are quite deep and can hold a significant amount of bedding. In addition, a divan bed provides a solid base for the mattress or alternatively it can have springs built into it, making the whole bed even more comfortable.
Alternatively, you may opt for a fashionable bed frame to match your distinct bedroom décor and purchase a separate mattress to fit the bed.
This is the single most important part of any bed. It is the mattress on which you will sleep and therefore you should spend plenty of time considering exactly what you need. Modern, brand new mattresses are expected to have a lifespan of eight to ten years, so invest wisely. It may be tempting to plump for the cheapest mattress, but as you will spend approximately a third of your time on it you may live to regret it, especially if you end up having restless nights and unsettled days.
There two most popular types of mattress, which come in sizes from small single to super king size are:
• Open spring mattress – most commonly available
• Pocket spring mattress – springs are housed in separate pockets and tend to be more expensive
There are other types of mattress available, but the best way to decide which is best for you is to try one! Once you have decided upon the type of construction, ensure that the mattress matches the divan base or bed frame that you wish to purchase.
The Co-operative Beds offer free rapid delivery for many of their beds and mattresses, and they will also notify you by text the day before the agreed delivery date letting you know during which three hour time slot your purchase will arrive. For great deals and big discounts on quality beds check out The Co-operative Beds.
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