Maximise storage area in a country bedroom with co-ordinated painted furniture with a traditional rustic style. This stone-painted panelled attire takes care of suspending space, while a coordinating chest of drawers nicely fills the space where the roof slopes, and still leaves from for a light-reflecting mirror plus dressing table accessories.
Whenever choosing a mattress, comfort and support is key. We spoke to Myriam Ruffo, Brain of Bedrooms and Bathrooms at IKEA UK, who provided us the 101 on the best mattresses for the three key sleeping positions; back, front and side. 'Be sure to check the firmness and take into consideration your sleeping style, to ensure you choose a firmness that gives you the correct back again support,' she says. 'Your bed plays a huge part in your health and well-being when you consider you may spend around eight time every evening sleeping onto it.'
A good bed is even more important than the bed it sits on. Remember to choose the right one for you, seeking it out in-store when possible, and lying on it in a variety of different positions. Whether you go for an innerspring mattress, memory foam bed, or anything in between, it pays to invest in a well-made model. A high quality mattress should keep its condition for at least eight years. Check out our guide to the best mattresses.
This is Ikea's best-selling mattress with a mile! There's no denying its astounding value, suitable for those on a budget. Take note first-time buyers and renters! One of the Ideal Home team was so impressed after examining it that they went and got it. They identify it as the perfect balance between stable support and comfort.
Built-in wardrobes aren't always your best option in awkward-shaped period bed rooms. This cool country-style bedroom uses the full-height alcoves either area of the fireplace to house two traditional white wardrobes, which blend perfectly with the cool colour scheme. Because these don't reach the ceiling the room keeps an airy feel, but it also means there's room for wicker baskets to sit down neatly at the top for a little more organised style.