Posts Tagged ‘kids beds’
Posted on February 6, 2012 - by admin
This year, many individuals have improved their quality of sleep by changing to a memory foam mattress…
Here are the 6 most popular (and highly recommend) mattresses to choose from and their main features as you home improvement seeking readers look for those all important ideas for decorating.
The pocket sprung memory foam mattress technology combines traditional spring design with an innovative finish. The individual pocket spring units are wrapped in superior quality layers of pure wool and latex with a layer of memory foam on top for a truly luxurious sleeping surface.
The major benefit of CoolMax is its ability to keep you cool while you sleep. It is a perfect choice for individuals who suffer from overheating, with its engineered fibres that enhance breathability and air permeability for a cooler, more comfortable sleep.
Like CoolMax, Outlast will also combat the problem of overheating however instead of simply cooling you down, it will manage your body temperature. It does this by storing the heat energy from your body, and then slowly releasing it back once you start to cool down. This process is known as a microclimate and will also help reduce restlessness while you sleep.
The Classic-Ultra is constructed with layer upon layer of extra performance memory foam. Its unique double ventilated foam base ensures double the amount of airflow to provide a soft cushioned sleeping surface that is both cool and supportive.
The Classic-Pedic features multiple layers of high density foam for the highest level of support. It is the perfect option for individuals who prefer a firmer bed, as well as for those who suffer from various back conditions. It is constructed with a ventilated high resilient foam base, offering the perfect combination of comfort and support.
The Price Buster offers all the benefits of memory foam at a budget price, proving that there is an affordable way to get a superior quality sleep.
Improve your sleep with a memory foam mattress over any other kind of mattress. MemoryFoamWarehouse.co.uk is the UK’s top manufacturer of memory foam mattresses they have an expert team on site in their showroom near Leeds, West Yorkshire – the team are available on the free phone number 0800 612 5179 (+44 from outside the UK and drop the 0 from 0800 thus +44 800…) and can help with any questions you may have as well as offer advice on the best sleeping solution for your specific needs and or decorating idea…
Posted on October 30, 2011 - by admin
Over time, the concept of a children’s bed has evolved from a simple twin mattress or loft, to a complete array of different shapes, sizes, patterns and constructions. Back in the day, kids didn’t have luxury or unique looking beds. A child’s bed consisted of a small mattress, which was in some cases tossed on a simple hand built wooden loft in order to conserve space. Later on, bunk beds climbed into the picture to, once again, conserve space and also to please the children.
Most kids were ecstatic at the idea that they could have bunk beds to share a room with a sibling or other family member and not have to share the same bed. And yet, while the mattress was not the most padded or comfortable as it could be, it was just the simple pleasure of having a bed of their own that put a sparkle in their eye. As time has elapsed, the need to conserve space is not such a dilemma anymore and companies have evolved their creations to bring appeal to the eye instead. While strolling down the aisle of any furniture store, nowadays, there are rows of children’s beds that all have a unique look to them.
Some of these beds have painted frames around them to make them look like a boat or a race-car, while others have huge canopies or framed enclosures to insinuate a castle, doll house, or pirate ship. The paint colour is perfected to make these beds appeal to the kids, as well as fit any room theme a parent is trying to achieve. In addition to these bed masterpieces, there are also shelves and drawers that are incorporated in the design to allow for storage. In some cases, the beds look more like a jungle gym that you would find a kid playing in, rather than an actual bed that they would sleep in.