When choosing a mattress, comfort and support is key. We spoke to Myriam Ruffo, Brain of Bed rooms and Restrooms at IKEA UK, who provided us the 101 on the best mattresses for the three key sleeping positions; back, front and part. 'Be sure to test the firmness and take into consideration your sleeping style, to make sure you choose a firmness that offers you the correct back support,' she says. 'Your mattress plays a huge part in your health and well-being considering you spend around eight time every evening sleeping onto it.'
On the other hand, if you are redecorating or beginning to create a whole new bedroom design, built-in storage space is a great option. Fill an extended wall membrane with wardrobes, or make the most of alcoves and recesses in a period property to make a more streamlined, useful space.
This design is well suited for light sleepers who are often disturbed with a partner's movements because of its Miracoil springtime system. Ongoing open-spring technology offers a steady coil form and a far more acute respond to pressure; therefore solving the problem of the feared partner roll-together.
Period properties are filled with funny nooks and crannies that can make fitting storage complicated. There are always ways around it though it isn't different to see shelves attached in alcoves, for example. However, if your chimney flue has been obstructed off, consider making use of a defunct fire place by fitting doors to the surface and changing it into a neat (and sizeable) cupboard.
If your closet is overflowing, back it up with a mirrored gold-trimmed armoire, just finished . for adding extra hanging space and useful drawers. The attractive design helps it be feel pretty, rather than practical, and combines with country floral wallpaper and pale floors keep carefully the look light and airy. Complete that calm and organised dressing room style with the addition of a chair protected in white linen.