Whenever choosing a mattress, comfort and support is key. We spoke to Myriam Ruffo, Mind of Bedrooms and Restrooms at IKEA UK, who provided us the 101 on the best mattresses for the three key sleeping positions; again, front and aspect. 'Be sure to check the firmness and consider your sleeping style, to ensure you choose a firmness that gives you the correct rear support,' she says. 'Your mattress plays a huge part in your wellbeing and well-being considering you may spend around eight hours every evening sleeping on it.'
Employed in perfect tranquility with the low support tiers, once you negotiate your weight is redistributed minimizing pressure while you sleep. As well as the comfort factor, this mattress also features a removable and washable cover, which is ideal if you are a allergy sufferer.
Period properties are packed with funny nooks and crannies that can make fitting storage confusing. There are always ways around it though it's not different to see cabinets attached in alcoves, for example. However, if your chimney flue has been clogged off, consider making use of a defunct fireplace by fitting entry doors to the exterior and transforming it into a neat (and sizeable) cupboard.
While some people like their storage area to blend seamlessly in to the wall space and recesses of a bedroom, others want to produce a style statement using their furniture. Using its colored stripes and polka dot drawer interiors, this arty storage area idea possibly encouraged by a basic boater coat is the perfect place to store your clothes. Try painting some basic storage and put in a little eccentric touch to your bedroom decoration, too!
Guest sleeping rooms often wrap up becoming an overflow space for basic storage so keep things in order by choosing smart furniture that includes multiple needs. Per day bed provides seating, a pull-out foundation and masses of storage via the deep under-seat drawers. Also a great option in a city studio flat.