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A Guide To Buying Your Bed – by

0 Comments 19 October 2010

A Guide To Buying Your Bed

When we tend to spend almost 1/3rd of our life in beds, it’s pretty important to choose the best bed that you suits your comfort and taste. Beds are an indispensable part of your home as they may last a long time and you may not change them in a life-time. With so many different types’ beds around us to choose from, your research should be based on comfort, budget and the space available. Judging by the comfort of beds, you might consider the Inner Spring Coil Mattress bed, Memory Foam beds, Air Beds and Waterbeds. Coil mattress beds have been around for a long time. However, make sure that coil count in such beds is enough to support your back. Memory Foam beds have become quite popular owing to their temperature sensitivity property and also their property to conform to your body shape. Air beds are quite comfortable and are free from dust mites. You can inflate them to your comfort level. Waterbeds use water in place of foam, air or coils. They create a gentle movement and warming sensation. They also are very expensive to maintain. In terms of space, you can choose from The cabin bed, the sofa bed and the bunk bed. Cabin beds are an ideal solution to bedrooms that are short on space. These very often have storage compartments such as built-in drawers underneath the unit and curtains to cover an area where a child can play or store toys. They also have guardrails around the perimeter of the bed. Sofa beds are one of the most useful beds for living rooms and spare rooms as it offers great comfort and practicality. They are primary used for seating purposes during the day and can then be converted to a bed if guests are to stay. Bunk beds are another such space saver beds. Mostly used in dormitories and kid’s rooms, these beds have one bed on top of another and save space as well as can prove as great storage units. Adjustable beds are the best option if you are looking for a bed that provides you the perfect sleeping posture. They can be adjusted as per your posture and work out well to relieve your back related ailments. With raised sleeping posture, you can bid good bye to leg or body cramps. Keep in mind your budget while going for a bed as some of them may cost a huge sum. Make a wise decision by researching all types pretty wisely because beds are there for a long time to stay. You would not like to end up with a over priced, over sized and uncomfortable piece of furniture in your bedroom.

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