How Do You Decorate a Family Bedroom?

There are many advantages to co-sleeping in a family bed. Parents and children often get more restful sleep, overnight breastfeeding is easier, children don’t suffer nighttime separation anxiety, and the risk of SIDS can be reduced by up to 50%. However, when there are multiple people using the same bedroom, it can quickly start to feel cluttered and crowded. Luckily, there are plenty of organized and fashionable solutions to suit every family.

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Why Consider an Adjustable Bed?

An adjustable bed may seem like a luxury, but it can also be an important part of living a healthy lifestyle. Adjustable bases can improve sleep, reduce everyday aches and pains, and generally enhance your quality of life.

What Are the Benefits of an Adjustable Bed?

There are many reasons to treat yourself to an adjustable bed.

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The Benefits and Drawbacks of a Memory Foam Mattress

Buying a new mattress is a major decision, the effects of which (good or bad) can last for many years. You want a comfortable mattress that will afford you a restful night's sleep for many years to come. Among the most popular types of mattresses are memory foam and innerspring mattresses, but how do the two compare, and which one is right for you?

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How to Buy a New Mattress

Thinking of visiting a mattress store before purchasing a new mattress? You're not alone. Most people prefer to buy in store rather than online. It's a smart move; a mattress retailer may make claims about mattress comfort or durability, but until you test out a mattress for yourself, you won't know if it is going to suit your specific needs. Here are a few things to know before you go.

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The History of the Mattress

You’ve slept on one almost every night of your life. It’s critical to a good night’s sleep and your overall health. But how did the mattress come to be and what do modern versions offer?
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Choosing Mattress Size

You’ve committed to buying a new mattress, but you’re overwhelmed by all the options available. Size is a relatively straightforward decision. Determine how the bed will be used and size will follow.
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